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 oftenContinue reading “2020 Humanitarian Mission Educating Children, Saving Lives and Building Goodwill”

Namaste! Mero naam Samantha ho. Malaai Nepal dherai manparchha.

By Samantha Waldron , I am a proud member of the Rutgers New Brunswick NJ Rotaract Club in USA, partnered with Raritan Valley Community College NJ Rotaract Club in USA and the Asha Project. http://www.theashaproject.org Namaste – I love Nepal very much. I am so emotional from this week. I have had the valuable privilegeContinue reading “Namaste! Mero naam Samantha ho. Malaai Nepal dherai manparchha.”

ROTARACT 2020 Friendship Exchange

In January 2020, Branchburg Rotary Club had the opportunity to send their 5th outbound friendship exchange – Inter Club Youth Exchange Program (ICYEP) to Nepal. Friendship Exchange is an international exchange program for Rotaract members and friends that allow participants to take turns hosting one another in their homes and clubs. Exchanges offer unique chancesContinue reading “ROTARACT 2020 Friendship Exchange”

The Asha Project: TOGETHER. WE HAVE POWER To Make a Difference

OUR WORKHELPING poor people in Nepal to rebuild their LIVES and renew their HOPE. The Asha Project is a joint project of the Friends of Nepal-NJ (FONNJ) and the Rotary club of Branchburg to help poor people in Nepal by focusing on education, micro credit and homes and community building. ASHA PROJECT works in collaborationContinue reading “The Asha Project: TOGETHER. WE HAVE POWER To Make a Difference”

Rotary Friendship Trees planted at the Arghakhachi’s BP Koirala Park.

Rotary Friendship Trees planted at the Arghakhachi’s BP Koirala Park Rotarians have planted trees in the name of fellowship, friendship and community service since the early 20th century. These trees, planted worldwide, have grown into enduring monuments of Rotary’s ideals. “Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long timeContinue reading “Rotary Friendship Trees planted at the Arghakhachi’s BP Koirala Park.”

Awards presented at the Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner and Service of Gratitude Celebration.

Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration and Service of Gratitude    The Branchburg Rotary Club in collaboration with the Somerset County Cultural Diversity Coalition recently held its 18th Annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner and Humanitarian Awards dinner to recognize members of the community for their dedication and contributions to serving others as well as a Service of gratitude toContinue reading “Awards presented at the Interfaith Thanksgiving Dinner and Service of Gratitude Celebration.”

Welcome Humanitarian Mission visitors from 4 Rotary Districts of the United States to Arghakhanchi.

Reported by: Rtn Gopal Prasad Panthi, Charter President Rotary Club of Arghakhanchi, RID 3292 Nepal Bhutan. Club id 87446 Introduction: Arghakhanchi is one of the districts of Province No. 5 in Nepal. The district headquarter is Sandhikharka. The district covers an area of 1,193 km² (461 sq mi) and has a population (2011) of 197,632.Continue reading “Welcome Humanitarian Mission visitors from 4 Rotary Districts of the United States to Arghakhanchi.”

Collaboration at work

Rotary Club of Maharajung, RID 3292 in cooperation with the Rotary club of Arghakhachi, RID 3292 along with eighteen Humanitarian mission team members from Florida, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, Rotary International Districts 7475, 7255, 6930 and 7410 helped to organize a mega health camp at the Arghakhachi district as part of the AshaContinue reading “Collaboration at work”