Category Archives: Development in Asia

Feedback on Teacher Training

Providing training is like the man in the parable of the sower. Read how we are doing it.

Of people and things, 2015.

The Nepal Project has always been about the people of Nepal.  That said, people need THINGS, and TNP delivered! This trip, our connection to the THINGS of Nepal included electricity for two schools in the Dang Valley.  Marty and I raised money for the purchase and installation of a pair of solar arrays on the […]
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Captain, we need more power!

The delivery of the computers at Madan Bhandhari School (MB School) was a great event for the students and staff at the school, as was apparently well received by the community.  Alas, we forgot to account for one thing:  Power.  The local grid doesn’t have the resources to extend power to the school during daylight hours, and […]
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Directors’ Meeting and Year End Financials

Transparency is inseparable from integrity.  As such, at our board meeting last week, we decided to post our year-end financials and board meeting minutes publicly. People contribute time and prayer, in addition to money.  We have chosen to label all of you as “investors.”  We don’t take the Wall Street approach to defining this, as […]
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2013 in Review

By the time you read this, 2013 will nearly be over.  You should want to know if your donations and prayers made a difference. Although I am getting the credit for what you see below, it is your contributions that made this happen. Look at the kids, looking at computer screens for what is, most […]
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