2020 Humanitarian Mission Educating Children, Saving Lives and Building Goodwill

 The Asha Project’s annual humanitarian mission 2020 took place from January 11 to Feburarey 18th, 2020.

THE ASHA PROJECT  is uniquely postured to provide this assistance because of collaborative partnership with various organizations in Nepal.

The Asha Project always works in cooperation with other Rotary & Rotaract clubs and   nongovernmental organizations.  

Humanitarian Mission often result in saving lives and promoting goodwill in Nepal. Additionally, these Mission help build partnerships wih local organizations and schools.

THE ASHA PROJECT ’s humanitarian aid efforts are not new. During our early visits  in 1990, we planted seed of hope with a small scholarship funds to start a scholarship and conducted several Rotary Foundation grants. 

Special Humanitarian Mission started after 2015 earthquake in Nepal.  THE ASHA PROJECT  took part in a large-scale humanitarian operation in 2015 in Nepal called Gift of Hope, after a major earthquake.

Working with students

 A recent humanitarian mission was in Illam, Jhapa and to provide school supplies, computer labs was very fulfilling because this remote area did not have computer labs and libraries. We distributed computers, conducted eye camp and set up school libraries at various schools.

An example of a large THE ASHA PROJECT  humanitarian project took place in 2018 to distribute $100,000 micro credit loans to two NGO’s on Nepal in cooperation with the Mahabouddha Rotary club. 

We continue to work in partnership with various Rotary clubs in Nepal to promote and develop humanitarian work in Nepal.

Published by trm7510

The Asha Project – works in collaboration with local and international partner organizations as well as individuals and governments, to provide HOPE and OPPORTUNITIES for the people of Nepal. We thrive at the intersection of Passion, purpose and Promise.

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