NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2022

NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2022

Back in Person!Now that Omicron is on the wane, the programs have reopened to in-person instruction. The children of the Asha school are vey excited to see their classmates and their teachers again. As dedicated as our staff are, online teaching when the children have limited resources can be challenging. Most of our students do not have laptops. They have […]

NEWSLETTER JANUARY 2022

NEWSLETTER JANUARY 2022

Testimony from the December trip:“This was one of the most amazing experiences of my life!” Casey Hokanson, a medical student from Minneapolis.“The people of Nepal are so incredibly resilient, joyful, generous, loving, gentle, hard-working, and kind! They are rich in areas we are poor in, and we have so much to learn from them!The trip was full of service opportunities […]

NEWSLETTER DECEMBER 2021

NEWSLETTER DECEMBER 2021

Volunteer Month!The month of December saw a lot of volunteers help at the school. We had both local and foreign volunteers. On Sunday December 5 a group of about 20 local volunteers came and taught the children, cleaned the gutters of the building, played sports, organized the library, helped write this newsletter, served in the administrative office, etc. Now that […]

NEWSLETTER NOVEMBER 2021

NEWSLETTER NOVEMBER 2021

Thank You, Anu and Shruti! We want to express our heartfelt thanks to Anu Dangol, our country director for the past six years. Anu resigned from his position recently to pursue other avenues in his career. We wish him and his family all the best. We are grateful for his service in leading the programs.Anu took over soon after the […]

Covid-19 Relief Distribution

Covid-19 Relief Distribution

The whole world is facing challenges & battling with the pandemic, COVID- 19. Nepal is also not spared from this Virus. Although, till now there are not many deaths but number of affected people are increasing day by day. Since, Nepal is a developing country with low medical resources Government has seeing no choice to extend lockdown to keep protected […]

HOPE Volunteer Corps (2019 – December)

HOPE Volunteer Corps (2019 – December)

The HVC team arrived on December 17 to help HOPE worldwide Nepal for two weeks. The plan called for the team to serve six days each in Asha Vidhyashram school and Chaimalle Village. The volunteers took various sessions teaching rhymes, spoken English, crafts and interactive indoor games. During the program the volunteers also painted and cleaned both the school and […]

HOPE VOLUNTEER CORPS (2019)

HOPE VOLUNTEER CORPS (2019)

HVC volunteered with HOPE worldwide Nepal on August 28 for two weeks. The  program was scheduled in Asha Vidhyashram school and Chaimalle Village for six days each days each respectively. The volunteers took various sessions teaching Rhymes, Spoken English, Craft, Interactive indoor games in both the school and their hotel. During the program the volunteers also painted and beautified both […]

Free Water Filter Distribution Program (HVC 2019)

Free Water Filter Distribution Program (HVC 2019)

During out visit to Chhaimale Village, We noticed people drinking water straight from river & tap near their home. The water was neither boiled nor purified in any way leaving them venerable to water born diseases. During the conversation, the locals informed that they are often sick with water related diseases but still due to financial constraint they have no […]

FREE DENTAL CAMP (HVC 2019 )

FREE DENTAL CAMP (HVC 2019 )

We had a Dental care Camp at HOPE school and  the Chaimale Village . Most of the visitors at the camp were children, women and senior citizens. The camp aimed to provide dental treatment services to all the villagers. More than 400 Individuals seeking dental care were provided with services like dental check up, oral hygiene instructions, and provided them […]

Free Health Camp HVC 2019 (August)

Free Health Camp HVC 2019 (August)

The camp was divided into individual sections for general registration, general checkup and medicine distribution according to which the patients were directed. Volunteers were well mobilized for guiding the patients and managing the line. We successfully provided free health services to 368 people where 40% were female. We recorded a huge inflow of patients in the general medicine category most […]