Allan, Prem and Samantha visited the Projects
Key sponsor of Sambhav Nepal – Allan J. Waldon with his daughter Samantha, visited the different projects in Arupokhari, Gorkha from 7th to 14th January 2010 along with Prem- the president and some representatives of Sambhav Nepal. Currently, two projects are undergoing in Dharapani and Ratmate village. The students, guardians and the locals of Arupokhari were very happy to welcome their regular donor in the village. The work of new toilet project under the aid of Australian Embassy and Nepal School Project Fund in Bhairabi Primary School is ongoing.
Australian Ambassador’s Visit to Sambhav Nepal’s Projects
The Australian Ambassador to Nepal, Hon. Susan Grace, along with the DAP Coordinator Sanjana Pradhan and Sambhav Nepal’s chairman Mr. Prem K Khatry visited the project completed at Bhairabi School and at Dharapani School in Arupokhari (Gorkha). The newly constructed Bhairabi toilets and Dharapani Community Library buildings were inaugurated by the Ambassador during this event organized by the locals.
Building Construction Project in Bhairabi School Completed
The additional two roomed building construction project of Bhairabi Primary School has been completed. This project was approved by the Social Welfare Council under the financial support of Nepal School Project Fund – Sydney, Australia, withSambhav Nepal’s coordination. This school has continuously been supported by Allan J. Waldon, Richard Jackson, Nepal School Project Fund and other Australian donors to transform the school into a model modern school in Nepal in the coming days.
Gorkha 2010 Project Launched
A team of Nepali students who recently graduated from U.S. colleges are helping to renovate Shanker School (Arupokhari – 8, Gorkha) and also bring the Dharapani Community Library (Arupokhari – 7, Gorkha) into operation. Their project is called The Energy for Education Project (also Gorkha2010 Project), funded by the Davis Foundation, a private American organization, through the Projects for Peace grant. Anuj Adhikary and Kaustubh Thapa are heading the project, and have launched collaborative tasks with Sambhav Nepal in promoting education in this Gorkha village.
The First Community Library in Gorkha Successfully Constructed
Sambhav Nepal has completed the construction of Community Library Project in Dharapani Secondary School, Arupokhari- 7, Gorkha. This project was possible with the financial aid of the Nepal School Project Fund (Sydney, Australia), Alan Waldon, Georgie, Cameron McCullagh, Richard Jackon. The library was formally inaugurated by Hon. Susan Grace – the Australian Ambassador to Nepal on 20 May, 2010. The Dharapani Library Project was approved by the Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) to provision tax deductibility for our Australian donors.
Construction for Toilets in Bhairabi Primary School Underway
Sambhav Nepal has started the construction Western-style toilet stalls in Bhairabi Primary School of Arupokhari, Gorkha. The project was sponsored by the Australian Embassy under the Direct Aid Program and the Nepal School Project Fund of Australia. The project was approved by the Social Welfare Council Nepal.
Bhairabi Primary School Toilet Project Completed Read More
Sambhav Nepal has completed the toilet construction project at Bhairabi Primary School, Arupokhari-6, Ratemate, Gorkha. The Western-style toilets have five stalls in total. The project was sponsored by Australian Embassy under the Direct Aid Program (DAP) and Nepal School Project Fund (overseen by Alan Waldon and Richard Jackson). The project was approved by the Social Welfare Council on January 3, 2010.