Wayne(Founder of NEIO) and a group of volunteers are in Nepal since 3/26/16 bringing with them a number of supplies for the students. We plan to visit some of the schools we have helped build and bring them essential supplies including pencils, pens, art material, and laptops.We will also visit other schools to share best practices with each other.
Volunteers meet the students in Nakote!
See below for details:
Basin and Taps for the bathrooms
Portable Sound Box
All these supplies are to help provide the students with more learning tools so they can have a meaningful education. Thanks you for your continued support and please check here for updates on our trip!
We have some great news to share. Singhadevi Temporary Learning Centre (TLC) has begun operating this month. Big round of applause to Shreekrishna Shrestha, his villagers and Chiring Lama, our NEIO Field Manager who made this possible.
37 students are attending this school with more expected after the monsoon season. There are five teachers currently working there. The size of the Singhadevi TLC is 40 ft by 20 ft. There are three rooms that are 15 ft. by 12.5 ft.
The project was executed efficiently. Thanks to the locals pictured below who worked hard to make this project a reality.
Thank you all for your continuing support.
Sharing pictures that were taken in Nurbuling and Shyugenche village on 5/10/15. Chiring Lama (our local champion) and Sameer Bajracharya (engineer) went to Nurbuling and assessed the Nurbuling school and got back some pictures for us. The description of the pictures are in the order they appear. 1. Shyugenche village, close to Nurbuling School. The house by the left building was where Nurbuling principal passed away. 2 and 3. Shyugenche village (closer view). 4. Chiring’s mom’s house that was all destroyed except for the sole toilet standing. 5. This is the tent where Chiring’s mom now is staying with 15 or so other people till things stabilize again.
Shyugenche village, close to Nurbuling School. The house by the left building was where Nurbuling principal passed away.
Shyugenche village (closer view).
Shyugenche village (closer view).
Our own local team, Chiring’s mom house that was all destroyed except for the sole toilet standing.
This is the tent where our own local team, Chiring, mom now is staying with 15 or so other people till things stabilize again.
The following pictures show the Sermathang area which is on the other side of Helambu. The Yangrima School,almost like a sister school to the NEIO schools in Nurbuling and Nakote, has been completely destroyed. We are continuing to get news from the NEIO schools as well as neighboring areas to see how we can best help. Please continue to donate to www.neio.org.
The map below shows the schools NEIO has a working relationship with, and their closeness to the epicenter of the earthquake that hit Nepal on April 25th. Although on the outer rind, Nurbuling was very close to the aftermath area and suffered great damage. We continue to collect funds to show our support for the survivors and help make a difference. Please stay engaged with us throughout this journey and donate at www.neio.org.
NEIO and the founder of NEIO, our very own Wayne Cheung is featured in UCSF news.
UCSF Employee Awaits Word on Status of Nepal Schools He Helped Build
The following pictures show the current living conditions after houses are completely destroyed in Sermathang Sindupalchok. Nakote and Nurbuling are only 5.4 mile and 1.8 miles from Sermathang. Please keep Nepal in your prayers and continue to show your support by giving to the NEIO so we can provide assistance to them during this difficult time. Make a donation at NEIO Paypal. 100% of the proceeds are going to help those in need. Thanks all for your help as we come together as global citizens to help our community.
Thanks to Dame Lama for sharing Amrit Mahatjan’s post with the pics.
As you know Nepal was hit with a tragic earthquake recently. We are still trying to reach our contacts over there to make sure everyone is safe. As we hear back, we will keep you updated. In the meanwhile, please send your prayers and best wishes that way.
Note: The pictures below are a Nakote School visit in 2014.
One can go on a beautiful day trek from Nurbuling to Nakote, the site of NEIO’s original project. During the visit last year, the NEIO team enjoyed the students’ performances during their morning assembly, and also delivered some photos taken by from previous visit! The team also held several meetings with the school teachers and administration and got an update of their school construction plans for the new year.