Teacher Training Update

Teachers are excited about learning new ways to prepare students for the life ahead of them. Are you a part of this?

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Teacher Training Update

Good news on the training update!  It is scheduled to start on 15 September.  There will be 26 teachers involved:  10 pre-primary and 16 primary school teachers. Expect photos, as it rolls out! This is how the world gets changed…one project in one community, at a time.

Teacher Training in Dang

The Nepal Project has a need for teacher training for the staff of Madan Bhandari School (MBS).  After receiving solar power and computers from our efforts, they have concluded that the teachers needs training as to how to best integrate these ideas into their curriculum. The MBS board has decided that they want to holistically […]
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Post Earthquake Update

I have received many questions from Americans and some updates from Nepalese that I want to share. As many of you have heard on the media, there were a series of Earthquakes that centered in Nepal.  The USGS measured them to be 7.8 in magnitude…that makes these quakes about 16 times more powerful than the […]
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Recognition of all those who gave

Thanks to all who made a difference in 2014. This blog entry is for you!

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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Journey to Dang

The journey to the Dang Valley starts with a step, public bus, motorbike, taxi, airplane, rigshaw, night bus and a private van; it takes 9 hours and a lot of patience to arrive from Kathmandu. The benefits of knowing the local language makes travel 10 times easier but definitely not more comfortable. Our caravan of […]
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Manscaping: Nepal Edition

There is a place in Nepal called nirvana, it’s located in the barber’s chair. If you are lucky enough to go to Nepal, I suggest heading to the barber for a little manscaping.  It’s a true local experience. A haircut in Nepal is not like one in the United States. Your hair is expertly combed […]
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T-Minus two days

Life will be too busy for me to write any updates between now and when we all land in Kathmandu. One this trip, Marty will be going to review construction and make recommendations for change.  Also, as a board member, his insight for future work is valuable. Megan Riley will also be going.  She will […]
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