Till 1st October of 2016, about 90% reconstruction task of 13 new reconstructed houses was completed in project site Dharampani village of Tanahu district. Remaining 10% including mainly wood work such as fixing doors, windows, Barandas will be carried out after Dashain and Tihar Festival.
Chairlady and team -Yeti Foundation Nepal visited to Hakku IDP camp # 3 Kalikasthan Rasuwa for coordination meeting with IDP camp coorination committee .
Being one of the hardest hit districts, further relief materials were sent to various other villages of Sindhupalchok. Relief materials were sent to Thulo Sirubari supporting more than 52 people and 30 houses. Foods (Rice, Lentils, and Salt), Tripal, Soaps and dettols etc were distributed as an immediate relief. At the same time some basic food supplies were also taken to Topka Gaun of Sindhupalchok. These are the images of relief support.
29 Feb -1st March, Yeti Foundation Nepal Team visited to Bhotang VDC Sindhupalchowk to hand over teaching learning materials as well students support to 3 schools of Bhotang Science lab equipments and 2 Computer set provided to Sree Bhotang Devi secondary school - students and science teacher is happy to have science lab so now they can have practical as per curriculum. students of Sree Chhimti primary school and Sree Sath Kanaya primary school are proud to have new pair of shoe and socks to walk comfortably from home to school with warm woolen cap. Yeti Foundation Nepal hope that shoe rack will be helpful to manage the mess up of shoes in the class.ECD childrens will feel great to have blanket when they do rest after day meal in ECD centre. Total 641 students of 3 schools benifited from teaching learning materails /students support and we hope this support will help to continue the quality education.
On 8 - 10th Feb 2016, Village Restoration Project is progressing well. Eight house has completed ground floor construction. 3 house is on process of dismentaling. Community is busy with preparation of wood plank for door and window.
On 28th Jan 2016, Yeti Foundation Nepal team had on site school visit in Sree Bhotang Devi Secondary school, Sree Bhotang Priamry school, Sath Kanya primary school of Bhotang VDC Sindhupalchowk. Interaction meeting with teachers/school management committee thus explored actual need of students and school. Finalized support to school Eg: science lab equipment, computer, warm trouser/jacket, shoe and sock, woolen cap, Blnaket and shoe rack. Coordination with schools for distribution.
Yeti Foundation Nepal Team (Chairlady and mambers) visited to Mt Numbur Holy Vision primary school Techhim village, Gumdel VDC of Ramechhap district for the observation of school damaged by earthquake as well particiapted in the interaction meeting /discussion with school management committee and community stakeholders on reconstruction of school . It was great to see women empowerment in village through 50% female stakeholders who actively participated in the meeting . Yeti Foundation Nepal and school managemnt committee /community agreed in finacial support by YFN in reconstruction of school with 35% community contribution.School construction committee formed and moved steps for further process.
Yeti Foundation Nepal supported Khurkilo Nepal a local NGO for One day General Health Camp (by Doctors, Nurses, Paramedical) at earthquake affected area of Tasarpu vdc ward # 9 of Dhading District. General health camp provided service to 3 vdc- Tasarpu, Tharke of Dhading district and Tistung vdc of Makawanpur district. Total 1195 (680 male, 515 female) community people benifited from health services. 505 cases with eye problem identified among them 23 case referred to Tilganga Eye Hospital for Cataract operation planned on 2072 /05/ 14. Cataract operation will be support by hospital and Khurkilo Nepal.
As the devastating earthquake hit Nepal on 25.04.2015, we urgently focused on the immediate needs to support the Earthquake victim and the affected areas. In the Everest Region; All YMH doors were open and we arranged free accommodations and food for those seeking relief. Almost 130 houses were destroyed and 2 lives were lost in the upper Thame due to the earthquake. It was a crucial time to act; hence, we immediately came into action and supplied immediate relief to the earthquake victims in the Thame Region.
As of 6 Aug 2015, Dharampani Village Restoration progress - Dismentaling of damage houses started . 5 house dismentled and working on foundation. Community people are processing wood planking from community forest.
Jeff and team observed the progress of Dharampani Village Restoration Project and meeting held with community. Great progress to see that 3 house hold foundation DPC completed and other three house hold foundation is going on. Jeff had meeting with Amma Samuha and very happy to know the work and support of Amma Samuha in village restoration project. However inspite of current situation ( shortage of fuel /blocakde ) community people are so much motivated to complete the construction on time but due to transportation crisis market price of construction materials suddenly gone up as well not available in the market.
On 21st July 2015, Cement, Iron rod, CGI sheet and technical support were provided to Dharampani Village as post earthquake reconstruction support. These support helped in restoration of 21 completely damaged houses and renovation of 35 houses, a total of 56 houses and 300 members.
On 28th June 2015 School kit (school bag, copy 6, pencil 2, eraser 2, sharpner 2, Color pencil - Crayon 1, story books 2) and Disposable Mask 400 pcs were distributed to 120 students(1-5 grade) of Sree Ramchandra primary school, Baguwa Rito pani, Sree Bal kalyan primary school Masel 8, Sree Thalibari lower secondry Padrung, Sree Chamunda primary school, Gorkha.
Our team spent 4 days in Laprak, Gorkha to support the recent earthquake victims. Being very close to the earthquake epicenter Laprak is one of worst hit area...almost 95% of household destroyed, no proper place to live nor food. The situation is real bad. Moreover, due to several reasons the supplies had not reached to the villages. However, with our coordination, we are able to convince the village committee to provide and help us distribute the relief. We chartered 4 heli to transport the relief and build an efficient team to coordinate and distribute. Together we supported almost 450 families. Our immediate relief included Tarps, rice, lentils, and various our basic food supplies. Thank you every one for your kind donations and to our team for their selfless efforts.