It's human scale that counts. Inspiring people to donate, volunteer or visit the country, Help Nepal facilitates projects that help Nepal recover from the 2015 earthquakes.
Currently the focus is on providing bamboo shelters for homeless families in some villages in the Kathmandu valley.
We met Parbati in Kathmandu just before the 2015 earthquake. She is a little brave woman running a daycare center in a slum area of Kathmandu. She started it as a personal initiative after the death of her son. For the children and women of that poor neighbourhood it meant a lot. Now everything lays in ruins. But she won't give up.
The Bamboo Shelter Project aims to build 200 bamboo shelters for homeless families in Khokana, a village south of Kathmandu where three quarters of the homes have been destroyed by the 2015 earthquakes. The project is managed by Enfance Nepal, a French volunteer organization that since 2002 manages various projects in Nepal.
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It’s human scale that counts. Inspiring people to donate, volunteer or visit the country, we facilitate projects that help Nepal recover from the 2015 earthquakes. At the moment the focus is on the Kathmandu valley.
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