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Nepal Govt. Regd. No. 1224/064, SWC Affiliation No. 22612
In the video, you can see the first batch of volunteers building the house for Devi Maya KC, and what they and our founder have to say,
The video shows and tells you what we have done in Gorkha and about out school-rebuidling project after the earthquake.
The film briefly documents the beginning of Sambhav Nepal. Beautifully told by founder Prem K Khatry.
Students and teachers (40 people in total) of St Augustine’s College, Sydney took part in our SEA (Service, Education and Awareness) Program 2014 and helped us building a part of Bhairabi Primary School in Arupokhari, Gorkha.
A teacher speaks during the 2012 Teacher Training Program conducted by the Australian Rotary Volunteer Team and facilitated by Sambhav Nepal in Dharapani Secondary School, Arupokhari village, Gorkha.
On a steep cliff northeast of Kathmandu, one family is forced to live outside, mourning the dead and worrying that rains from the coming monsoons will create more deadly landslides.
Aprik, located in Gorkha district, is one of the worst-hit villages with all the houses fallen. When we reached there 4 weeks after April 25, we were the first visitors with aid.
The Bhairabi School Toilet Project being inaugurated by the Australian Ambassador to Nepal, Hon. Susan Grace, on the 20th May, 2010. The project was funded by the Australian Embassy in Kathmandu through the Direct Aid Program (DAP).
The Australian Ambassador to Nepal, Hon. Susan Grace, inaugurating the Dharapani Community Library on 20th May, 2010, in Arupokhari-7 at Dharapani Secondary School.