A Collaborative Project of Rotary Districts 7510 and 3292 Nepal and other Partnering Organizations. New Jersey Rotary District 7510 and Friends of Nepal-NJ have banded together to help people of Nepal. To rebuild homes, schools, libraries and provide school supplies as well as micro loans. Working in partnership with a number of organizations in Nepal andContinue reading “The Asha Project a collaborative approach.”
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Three sisters of Sindhupalchowk
We are happy to provide “Hope and Opportunities” for these THREE SISTERS of Sindhupalchok. Three orphan sisters were discovered through a newspaper article, who were living in a temporary shelter. Their father died when they were very young and mother left them because she did have a son. When we heard about this story, Continue reading “Three sisters of Sindhupalchowk”
Celebrating Rotarat’s 50th year.
A half-century has passed since those first Rotaract clubs began inspiring young leaders to take action to improve their communities. The world has changed, as has the way Rotaract members connect with one another. But the underlying values of the program, and what attracts people to it, remain remarkably the same. To celebrate Rotaract’s 50thContinue reading “Celebrating Rotarat’s 50th year.”
THE ASHA PROJECT
Annual Report of the Asha Project
Janasewa Sanskrita Higher Secondary School, Huwas, Parbat
Meet students from the Janasewa School in Huwas, Parbat. The school has been supported by many expats. We are trying to establish a new Rotary club here and assist them with a Rotary Global Grant to improve the program quality through technology and professional development for the teachers. There are more than 600 low castContinue reading “Janasewa Sanskrita Higher Secondary School, Huwas, Parbat”
My 2017 Youth Exchange Experience in Nepal by Jenna Douglas
In my time getting to learn more about the fantastic place I traveled to, someone referred to your country as a place of beauty and peace. It was a description that I quickly agreed with, yet after spending 11 days in Nepal I don’t believe even these words can do your country a justice.Continue reading “My 2017 Youth Exchange Experience in Nepal by Jenna Douglas”
Stony Brook School’s Student Leadership Team Sends Message of HOPE to their peers in Nepal
Members of Stony Brook School’s 4th and 5th grade Leadership Councils participated in an outreach project spanning across the globe. Supporting the Branchburg Rotary’s ASHA Project, an initiative that “provide(s) HOPE in all aspects of life by supporting initiatives that are run by the people of Nepal for the people of Nepal”, the leadershipContinue reading “Stony Brook School’s Student Leadership Team Sends Message of HOPE to their peers in Nepal”
Love without borders: Branchburg to Nepal.
Times have not changed in Nepal, many families can not offered to purchase school supplies. This is not new for Dr. Tulsi Maharjan, who grew up in Nepal before coming to the United States in the 1970s. He remembers the excitement of a new pencil for school. Maharjan is now the President of the BranchburgContinue reading “Love without borders: Branchburg to Nepal.”
GIFT OF HOPE FROM THE STONY BROOK LEADERSHIP GROUP TO BE SEND TO NEPAL.
BRANCHBURG — Times have not changed in Nepal, children are still in need of school supplies. This is not new for Dr. Tulsi Maharjan, who grew up in Nepal before coming to the United States in the 1970s. He remembers the excitement of a new pencil for school. Maharjan is now the President of theContinue reading “GIFT OF HOPE FROM THE STONY BROOK LEADERSHIP GROUP TO BE SEND TO NEPAL.”
Success Story: Shree Bal Kumari Secondary School -Sunakothi.
Jyoti Maharjan and Niraj Maharjan are two of the four siblings who came from a modest family background. They share their experiences about how the Rotary – Friends of Nepal-NJ scholarship they received in school changed their life. The eyes of Jyoti Maharjan shine when she says how happy she feels to teach dancing toContinue reading “Success Story: Shree Bal Kumari Secondary School -Sunakothi.”
SHREE BHIMSEN ADARSHA SECONDARY SCHOOL, DEVICHOUR, Lalitpur visit
Nepal – How Much do I Miss it Already? Abby Fabiano
I can honestly say that travelling to Nepal, and the experiences that I had while there with the fellow Rotaract Clubs was something that I will never forget. I feel that it was a life changing experience for many different reasons. For one, I met so many people while I was there, whom I haveContinue reading “Nepal – How Much do I Miss it Already? Abby Fabiano”