Nepal Field update from Kamal Neupane

December 29, 2009 at 5:26 pm Leave a comment

Kamal is the newest member of the CHOICE-Trivani Nepal team. He is an engineer, just out of school, and is spearheading school construction in Dhusheni, Turlung, and Harmi. Kamal is from a village called Tikapur-g, Kailali in the far western region of Nepal. He studied in Chitwan and received his B.E. from the Institute of Engineering in Pulchowk, Lalitpur.

Here’s Kamal’s latest report- back from a month in the field- about the villager’s response to projects in Lamjung District.


hi megan

I am sorry for the delay in sending mail to u.
i am back from 10 day site visit to lamjung (turlung) and gorkha (harmi).
it was awesome indeed. We finished the casting of the school and i will send some pictures attached with this mail.
I am sure u will feel glad finding incredible support of the community by joing theirs hand in passing the concrete and in other parts of the work.
Besides they( specially women)  remained quite busy whole day making their hands dirty by crushing stones and making aggregate.
i would like to appreciate mostly their attitude in finding right job for the proper contribution for making the school as strong as possible.and as soon as possible.
just after that i went to gorkha and found the school in a progress,
and attended the meeting, in the mean time i told them ur NAMASTE  that u have send me via facebook.
This meeting was for raising fund for the primary school(if u remember, that was the school so near to harmi with temporary huts made up of bamboo).
now this school has worsen so much and is in miserable condition.
anyways the school that we have funded is growing well( see the pic)
The villagers are participating in fetching stones from the stone  query.
They seemed quite able to find other more partners.

infact encouraging reports from the field
atlast i will send some improved reports in word format,sorry for this time bcoz of lack of time.
take care



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