Namaste. Greetings one and all. It’s that time of year again. It will be somewhat easier this year to write this brochure. Last year, around the same time, it was difficult to try and put into words how I felt about the situation in Nepal after the earthquakes of April and May 2015. Although there […]
On Saturday April 25th 2015 (Baisakh 12th 2072) at 11.56am, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck with the centre in Barpak of Gorkha district, north-west of Kathmandu. The next day, at a similar time, another huge quake struck the nation. 17 days after the first quake on May 12th, another 7.8 quake struck in Sunkhani of […]
Nagarhope had a busy year in 2014. We completed our Pre-School building in April and opened the doors to 30 children in May. This has been a massive step for us, as opposed to just sponsoring children in other schools; we are now responsible for the education and safety of these students. It is a […]
2012 brought few major changes to Nagarhope’s work. Some of our sponsored children have moved on to Secondary Schools, some have stepped up to college level. Our education centres are evolving all the time with a new intake of students each year to keep the tutors busy. We partook in no new school buildings this […]
2010 and 2011 have seen Nagarhope extend its reach to yet more schools and students in need of help. Over 250 students are now benefitting directly from assistance such as fees, uniforms, bags and textbooks, many of them by generous sponsors back in Ireland and beyond. Our SponsorKidz programme now has students in 20 government […]
The year 2010 has seen Nagarhope build on both its sponsorship programme and assistance to local schools in the Nagarkot area. Nagarhope Nepal has been officially registered as an NGO in Nepal just over one year which has given us full legitimacy to help those we see as most in need of assistance.
2009 was a busy and successful year for Nagarhope in both Ireland and Nepal. Nagarhope Nepal is now registered with the Social Welfare Council, vital to continuing our work on the ground. This year saw a lot of community based programmes come to fruition, both in Nagarkot and Kathmandu.
2008 was a frustrating yet productive year for Nagarhope. Nagarhope Ireland is now fully registered as a charity, while Nagarhope Nepal is in the process of being registered in Nepal. On the ground on both sides, be it fundraising or funding, Nagarhope is finally achieving some of its set goals and objectives.