Sustainable developments at Birgunj!

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Our hand-made greenhouse! It is very important to us, that our home is sustainable and self sufficient in providing food for the children. We already have chickens and buffalos providing eggs and milk in Birgunj, but are now looking to provide more fresh vegetables for the children. In addition to our vegetable patch, our local […]

Special needs education in Nepal

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Superstitions and supernatural beliefs are very common in Nepali and Hindu cultures. This superstition is very present in rural areas where education rates are low and majority of people are illiterate. Of Nepal’s population 2% are disabled and 30% of this figure are children. [1] These children often fall victim to the superstitious mindset of […]

Nepal Earthquake #1YearOn

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This time last year Nepal was struck by a series of devastating quakes and tremors that took a catastrophic toll on lives, livelihoods and infrastructure, sending the country into fear and heartache and it’s developing economy into chaos, for many months to come. In the wake of the disaster, Our Sansar acted as a first-responder […]

A poem from an Our Sansar volunteer

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We hope you all had a lovely Christmas and your New Years is just as great! One of our volunteers, Belinda, has been creatively inspired by the work she and other volunteers in Nepal are doing in Nepal. We wanted to show you the poem as we really believe it represents Our Sansar’s values and […]

Winter Woolies

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2015 has been a challenging year for the whole of Nepal. The devastating earthquakes, the new constitution, aggressive protests and the blockade at the border of Nepal has left the country in a vulnerable position. The entire nation has a lack of supplies being delivered, and with winters getting colder (the lowest temperature at higher altitudes being […]

6 Months on from NepalQuake

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We are now past the 6 months mark from the second earthquake to devastate Nepal earlier this year and our Dhading transit home has been running for nearly 6months! We have seen the children and the area in Dhading come a long way since the heat from the summer months. Our project started by building […]

Nepal Constitution: Violence & shortages affect our work

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Fuel shortages and political violence following a two-week blockade on the Indian border are making providing aid and charitable support to local communities increasingly difficult for our team in Nepal. In the southern Terai region, necessities such as medicine are not making their way into Nepal and there is widespread worry about possible food shortages […]