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Jeff, Ramita, Paru and Sankhu

2018-03-28T20:14:50+00:00 April 26th, 2017|Nepal|

Jeff I got to know Jeff and the Community Development Network (CDN) during the summer of 2016 after an introduction was made by a mutual friend. Jeff has been working in Nepal since 2014 and has accomplished a lot through his research around Education and implementing computer labs surrounding Kathmandu. Ramita After getting to work with [...]

Building a Home in Nepal – Very Tough Lessons Learned

2018-03-27T15:26:33+00:00 March 15th, 2017|Nepal|

In March of 2016 I planned to build a home for Nisha, Manish and their little girl that live at Hidden Paradise in Pokhara, Nepal. In August of 2016 the process of building that home had began and continued until we ran out of funds that Nisha could drum up, I contributed personally, and that friends [...]

An Update on Building a Home in Nepal

2018-03-27T15:26:33+00:00 October 9th, 2016|Nepal|

In March of 2016 I planned to build a home for Nisha, Manish and their little girl. In August of 2016 the process of building that home had began. Nisha messaged me on Facebook while I was working at my contract position in Seattle, WA (earning money for the home and my living expenses) to [...]

From the Girl with a Big Heart to Building a Home in Nepal

2018-03-27T15:26:33+00:00 August 30th, 2016|Nepal|

I first met Niisha in November of 2015 while traveling to Nepal with a group of volunteers. We arrived in Pokhara Nepal two weeks after our time in India building a Chicken Coop as a lay over before we headed into the village of Arnakot to complete the final stages of the computer lab the [...]

The Birth of the Recurrent Assessed Scholarship Program

2018-03-27T15:26:33+00:00 August 28th, 2016|Education, Nepal|

In May of 2016 I had visited my close friend Niisha's village in Nepal and gotten to know the people there. During my visit I felt a desire to help the children attending the local school and Niisha and I talked about helping more of the students and people as much as we could. One [...]