“What I want to be when I grow up” 

 “What I want to be when I grow up”  That was the title of the essay competition conducted by the Nawayug Leo Club held on the 2nd of June at the “St. Xavier’s Social Service Center” in Jawalakhel, Patan, Nepal. The mind is everything. What you think you become.  BUDDHA The children from grade U.K.G. tillContinue reading ” “What I want to be when I grow up” “

The 2018 Rotary Convention

The 2018 Rotary Convention connected leaders from around the world Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors, alumni, and leaders gathered at Rotary’s biggest event of the year, Rotary International Convention. The 2018 event in Toronto featured world-class speakers, innovative workshops, and opportunities to make new friends. The Asha Project signed MOU with the Patan-West, RID 3292 club toContinue reading “The 2018 Rotary Convention”

THE ASHA PROJECT: FULFILLING MY PASSION AND PURPOSE

“For it is in giving that we receive”. – Francis of Assisi Growing up in Nepal, each year for New Year I waited for a Red Cross package. The United States Red Cross sent packages for children to the Nepal Red Cross. In each special box, the ones that came during my favorite month, wereContinue reading “THE ASHA PROJECT: FULFILLING MY PASSION AND PURPOSE”

Micro Credit Grant Distribution 2018

  Founded on a novel idea that education and financial support, not charity, provides the surest way out of poverty for poor families we have established the “Legacy of Hope – Micro Credit Project” to provide destitute women with a micro-credit loans. As a result, these women have gained knowledge and a source of incomeContinue reading “Micro Credit Grant Distribution 2018”

ASHA Project News Bulletin 2018

It’s hard to believe, that the ASHA Project Humanitarian mission trip is over for 2018.   Over the past 2 month Five Rotaractors and 5 Rotarians visited Nepal and distributed school supplies, clothing, goat distribution, blanket distribution, $100,000 micro credit distribution, and visited many parts of Nepal.   More than 500 Students received school supplies.Continue reading “ASHA Project News Bulletin 2018”

Building Friendship and Fellowship in Nepal

  Winding along the bumpy and dusty roads from Kusma to Durlum court in Parabat, Nepal with our ASHA PROJECT volunteers and supporters from the Rotaract and Rotary Club of Parbat and Youth group, we learned lot about our friends in Nepal.  But as we walked to the top of the Durlum court, we gotContinue reading “Building Friendship and Fellowship in Nepal”

WHAT IS ON YOUR BUCKET LIST?

As part of the 2018-19 District International Humanitarian project, we are planning to build two schools for the earthquake victims in Nepal. All your contributions will be matched 3.5x’s by Rotary International and receive Paul Harris credit. Opportunities are available to go to Nepal to help rebuild homes and schools in mid February 2019. PleaseContinue reading “WHAT IS ON YOUR BUCKET LIST?”

Legacy of Hope: OUR MICRO CREDIT PROJECT

  Founded on a novel idea that education and financial support, not charity, provides the surest way out of poverty for poor families we have established the “Legacy of Hope – Micro Credit Project” to provide destitute women with a micro-credit loans. As a result, these women have gained knowledge and a source of incomeContinue reading “Legacy of Hope: OUR MICRO CREDIT PROJECT”

Asha Project Presentation at the Rotary meeting.

Last week our 2018 Humanitarian mission participants presented at the Rotary Club of Branchburg’s meeting.  They presented about their views on various projects development, community development, and working in partnerships with various NGO’s to keep youth involved in Nepal’s economic development process. They spoke about how this trip has helped to to create partnership withContinue reading “Asha Project Presentation at the Rotary meeting.”

Acting Locally and connecting Globally — The Asha Project

As the world become a small global village, we have been able to connect with people from around the world. During our 2018 Humanitarian mission to Nepal, we delivered Branchburg’a Stony Brook students’ messages to students in Nepal. THANK YOU Stony Brook School’s Student Leadership Teams for your thoughtful messages of “HOPE” to your peers […]Continue reading “Acting Locally and connecting Globally — The Asha Project”