PASSION INTO ACTION: Humanitarian Mission to Nepal

So far, my trip to Nepal has been filled with long bus rides through the Himalayas and many Rotarian service projects and programs. One of these programs stands out the most to me however. Today, myself and the RVCC Rotaract Club along with the Rotaract Club of Ratnanagar visited a local Orphanage in Chitwan. WeContinue reading “PASSION INTO ACTION: Humanitarian Mission to Nepal”

International Youth Exchange – Building Peace and Understanding one young at a time.

  5 RVCC Rotaract students are having a great time discovering new culture and having opportunity to be a true global citizen as part of the International Youth Exchange program with the Rotaract clubs in Nepal. These Goodwill Ambassadors were sponsored by the Rotary Club of Branchburg and The Asha Project, USA-Nepal. Thank youContinue reading “International Youth Exchange – Building Peace and Understanding one young at a time.”

$100,000 Micro Credit Grant Project in Nepal.

  You probably wonder how can $500 loan change lives in Nepal? Our past programs have proven that one small loan can change a family.  Several loans can strengthen a community and Thousands of small loans can transform an entire Village. With the Rotary International’s $95,000 matching grant, Rotary club of Branchburg and Rotary club ofContinue reading “$100,000 Micro Credit Grant Project in Nepal.”


A group of five RVCC Rotaract club members volunteers will be travelling to Nepal on a Rotaract humanitarian mission. The volunteers, who are travelling at their own expense, will be working to help many Rotary projects being conducted after the 2015 earthquake in Nepal. The group plans to build toilets, help at the youth center.Continue reading “2018 HUMANITARIAN MISSION TO NEPAL”

LEADERSHIP PROGRAM for Rotaract members in Nepal

Would you like to participate in our LEADERSHIP PROGRAM with a Certified Leadership Speaker, Coach & Trainer at The John Maxwell Team?  The Asha Project will be conducting LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS in Kathmandu and Chitwan with Ms. Barbara Christie, a member of the Asha Project during her trip to Nepal.  Interested people contact us at


ASHA is the Nepali word for “HOPE.” When we think about what motivates us to serve,we are drawn to this word, which is the name of my current mission, The Asha Project. To us, hope and opportunity are really at the core of the Rotary’s mission. Providing hope and opportunities to people in Nepal whoContinue reading “PROVIDING HOPE AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE CHILDREN IN NEPAL.”

You live in a beautiful country that offers not only peace and beauty but compassion, hospitality and love.

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My Youth Exchange Experience in Nepal  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…