Our Projects

Over the past two years we have work together with 51 Rotary Clubs from around the world to provide earthquake relief assistance. We supplied tarps and corrugated iron sheets immediately after the earthquake and we continue to follow-up with long-term reconstruction of schoolrooms, toilets,and alternative livelihoods options. Please see detailed information in our reports at http://rotarymidtown.org.np/


 

img2First Steps Himalaya — Giving Children a Childhood in the Rural Himalayaimg3
This collaboration with RC Oldmeldrum, Scotland(GG1529719) provides ongoing support for improved teaching and educational standards to several schools of Irku, Kadambas and Sangachok in Sindhupalchok District, Nepal. The project is implemented through our partners at.

 

 

 


img4 Preventing Hearing Loss Among Nepalese Childrenimg5
This year with the help of the Rotary Club of Potomac-Bethesda (GG1637950) we will be helping to preventing hearing loss among Nepalese children by providing auditory screening and surgical equipment, by screening children for correctible ear problems, by providing ear surgery for children and by promoting increased awarenessand prevention.

Women’s Expanded Coffee and Vegetable Production, and
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This project, in collaboration with the Rotary Club of Singapore, will develop opportunities for improved livelihood and food security of communities in Nuwakot District. These earthquake affected communities will learn: organic vegetable production; seed preservation; and enterprise development. Women’s groups will learn now to grow winter crops particularly of organic vegetables and will develop the entrepreneurial and technical skills to successfully grow, harvest, process and market coffee.

 


 

Recently Completed: Health, Hunger and Humanity (3-H) Grant (#59787)health
For more than a decade, we worked together with the Rotary Club of Mount-Everest and in collaboration with RC Darmstadt-Bergstraße RID-1860 Germany. In all, 52 girls from 10 remote districts of Western Nepal are now Auxiliary Nurse Midwives (ANMs) and have established clinics in their communities.

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This biogas project (MG 79679)
This biogas project (MG 79679) in collaboration with the RC Borken (Germany) will help to provide domestic bio gas and fertilizer for 90 households in Parsauni village, Nawalparasi.

 

The Simpani Water Project — an Economic Sustainability Projectimg9
The Simpani Water Project — an Economic Sustainability Project (GG1754006) in collaboration with Masan-East Rotary Club (S.Korea) . It will bring water to more than 30 families in the village of Simapani (Dhading). These villagers lost their water supply when natural springs dried up due to the earthquake. This project will help to redirect water to their village so that they do not need to relocate.