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Microproject Nepal

Microprojects Nepal is a non governmental organization, NGO, which is aimed at helping people in Nepal to help themselves. In order to do so various projects are established. As you can see later they vary in size and place. They come on our way while we live our lives, while we travel or simply be there. It is a great joy to see others profit from our help. Of course we can only do this with the help of our many sponsors in different countries in the world. Nepal is a country which deserves our attention, rich as it is in culture, nature and religion. Here is a civilization older than the western one, but the conditions under which most of their people have to live are bad. We feel privileged to be able to help them.

Sundarijal Children Project

SCP

Sundarijal Children Project Nepal is established in May 2005. The program sponsors children from underprivileged families in order to attend school near their homes...

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Pokali School

Pokali School

In this project a new school was established in the village Pokali, in the district of Okhaldhunga, south of the Mount Everest region. Namgel Sherpa is the coordinator...

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Skill Training

SCP

Many women in the mountain villages cannot read or write and are financially completely dependent. Together with government education programs we give them courses...

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Pokali Health Post

Pokali-Health

In 2008 it was decided to build a health post in Pokali as the villagers had to walk for 3 days before reaching a hospital. Also too many babies died around birth...


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