More than 100 people passed by, the athmosphere was sunny and relaxed, the food was excellent and gifts surpassed all expectations. The fundraiser really was an amazing event!
So far over 7.000 euro has been collected.
This provides 18 bamboo shelters for homeless families in Kokhana. Thank you so much!
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With new contributions still coming in—please, do not forget little brave Nepal! There is still a long way to go.
A BIG tHANK YOU
A shout-out to Nawraj Thapa & Tshering Doma Soetewey of Leuven Nepal for cooking and assistance in organizing!
Also to the Nepali friends that provided facilities or helped out on the day itself—without you all the event would not have been possible.
ढन्यबाद् ~ thank you.
Fundraiser - €7.812,73
Bamboo shelters - 19
Still needed - €20.000
The news has just come in : The Bamboo Shelter Project has reached its target of 200 bamboo shelters for homeless families in Khokana! With 18 shelters, the Dal Bath Fundraiser makes a significant contribution. An appeal has now come from two surrounding villages for 50 more shelters. Let's do it!…Read More
(1) the monsoon season is coming ;
(2) tents currently used as temporary shelter
cannot withstand the heavy rains nor the extreme heat ;
WHY BAMBOO SHELTERS?
(3) bamboo shelters are more spacious and more hygienic
(4) afterwards they can serve as stables or workshops
WHY BAMBOO SHELTERS?
(5) in return for the shelters, the village has committed itself
to rebuild homes as much as possible in line with cultural heritage
and seismic standards.
WHAT ARE THE NEEDS?
At least 200 bamboo shelters for the most affected families.
WHAT DOES IT COST?
400 euros per shelter which should
also provide a toilet and a water tank.
WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO?
Enfance Nepal is a volunteer organization that supports various projects
in Nepal since 2002. They coordinate operations on the ground directly.
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