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HELP FOR NEPAL is a relatively new “Not for Profit” organisations formed by a group of volunteers. Our main area of interest will be in Nepal. Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world. A quarter of its’ population live on less than $1.25 a day. A decade-long civil war and the devastating earthquake in 2015 have made it very hard for communities to lift themselves out of poverty. Almost half of the country was badly affected by the devastating earthquake in 2015. Despite the huge donations after the earthquake, a substantial number of medical facilities and schools are still not fit for purpose. As a consequence, Health and Education sectors are still drastically affected and will take years to recover fully. It may sound impossible for a newly formed charitable organisation to aim to accomplish at this stage, but we believe, with the generosity and understanding of our donors, we are confident that we can make a positive impact in peoples’ lives in Nepal.

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With your support; Our mission is: 1. Advancement in Heath: we aim to reach those people in Nepal, who desperately need basic medical screening and medical care. 2. Poverty Relief: we aim to reach those people who are still far away from basic needs like; food, clothing and shelter. 3. Advancement of education: we aim to reach those children who are still studying under temporary shelter. There is no easy fix for all of these, time and substantial effort will be needed from everyone. This is a long term commitment and we are looking for more volunteers. We welcome anyone and everyone to join us if you believe in the ability to make a difference. I hope our collaboration in raising funds and helping the people in need will continue.

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