Nepal is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, but it is still a developing nation. Development has been slowed by internal unrest for the past ten years. Our population continues to grow but formal education has reached only 50% of the people. Cultivated agricultural land in this mountainous country is not expanding. People in the rural areas work small farms. Traditionally, the land has been divided among a family’s children aｎd at this time, many farms are exceedingly small.
The people of Nepal need education. They will especially benefit from education in 21st century technology. The traditional culture of small, remote farms means that in the countryside, the people do not have access to wage labor or business opportunities. These farm families do not have sufficient money to purchase the basic equipment of education – paper and pencils, notebooks, study materials, and acceptable clothing. At this time, typical families in the rural areas of Nepal have 4-8 children. If a family can afford to educate one or two children, the same family can rarely afford to educate all its children. In fact, there is too little incentive for parents or children to pursue education. Schools in the countryside are small and simple and too poorly furnished and equipped to be interesting, especially when many potential students would have to walk 2-3 hours to attend their local school.
Medical facilities are even rarer in the Nepalese countryside than educational facilities. Most citizens in rural areas have to walk 2-5 days to the district administrative center, the Bazar, for medical treatment. Development is expected to be slow because the economy is poor and the government is still forming. Many have said that in the past, too often, international aid funds have not been delivered to designated projects. Some have accused corruption within the government. Others have accused corruption within certain non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
This is our time for change. In 2008, the insurgency in Nepal ended. We have peace in our countryside. The political parties in Nepal have joined to write a new national constitution, a careful process that is expected to take two years.
Our organization’s primary focus is tourism, trekking and mountaineering. Much of our work is in rural communities so we see the needs for social services and economic development. Trekking and mountaineering take us to all parts of Nepal, from the eastern frontier to the western frontier, from Tibet in the north to India in the south. Trekking and mountaineering are seasonal activities, generally spring and autumn. We have time in the off-seasons, nearly six months of the year, to engage in social service work. The employees who guide trekkers and mountaineers are the same employees who perform social service work.
Our non-profit organization, the NPO Nepal Volunteer Social Service (NPO Nepal VSS), has realized its mission and recognized its opportunities to encourage and assist rural communities to make educational improvement & develop in the Himalayas of Nepal people. Some citizens in rural communities have basic needs - families with little land or poor crops, orphaned children, handicapped and disabled people. Finances are difficult. Our work won’t be easy, but we must work to support citizens in their efforts to develop healthy, sustainable communities. We believe that education will provide the foundation for positive development. Our purpose is to build programs to encourage and provide education in the remote, high Himalayan areas. Our teams will live and work as frugally as possible to maximize the value of donated funds.
NPO Nepal VSS will report all elements of our work to the government annually. And the Nepal Government has rules & regulations to get pay of Non Government Organization office room rent Taxes as annually.
Our major Objectives:
Since 2008 the Eleserien 1% Club, NPO Nepal ma Jani & Ms. Kusumoto & Ms. Nakano Japan members have been for supporting to 55 Poor families children education financing in Lakpa Nurbu Sherpa’s village of Ekuwa (Yakuwa) Pathivara VDC – 1. The village of Ekuwa is located at 2300m. elevation in the district of Sankhuwasabha in the eastern region of the Nepalese Himalaya, near Mt Makalu (8463m).
And NPO Nepal Volunteer Social Service has already obtained funding and overseen the construction of a new stone , Cement and wood School at Yakuwa (Ekuwa) village. The school was complete and dedicated in January 12 - 2010 with the Japanese donors Eleserien Company 1% Club & NPO group members in attendance.
Nepali mountain children educational support: Currently Supporting in Stationaries materials for the strengthening the learning activities of teachers and students , infrastructures and furniture etc.
# New School building fund wanted: NPR 800,000. ( US$9700.)
Scholarship wanted: For the better future of mountain children from the poor family background it has been providing scholarship to the children with disability and without disability at private and Government Schools.
This is support fund transfer bank account address: for NPO NVSS
Account Number： 01902776430018
Account holder： NPO Nepal Volunteer Social Service
Bank name：Himalayan Bank Limited
Bank address：Tridevi Marg Thamel Kathmandu NEPAL
The NPO Nepal Volunteer Social Service organization members & village people would like to express heartfelt thanks to the following individuals and organizations for their generous supported to Nepal people.
The Following are the names of individuals and organizations supporters who has great contributed and currently helping for Nepali people regarding School building construction and educational Scholarship helpless/disabled children and Health Post clinic.
NPO Nepal Volunteering activities record since 2005 Year
|S.N.||Supporter donors name||Helping Place, person and Schools||Helped &Contributed record & Current activities||Since||Received help
|01||NPONepalma Jani Mr. Hideki Tamagawa Japan||Yakuwa & other villages Schools Shankhuwasabha District EastNepal||Distributed educational materials for many Schools children many places for Nepal districts.||2005 Years||Over|
|02||Elsereine Co Ltd 1% Club from Osaka Japan & NPO Mr. Ishibashi and Mr. Iwami||Yakuwa (Ekuwa) village School Shankhuwasabha district East Nepal||New School building construction fund & providing educational Scholarship for 38 families children each family Rs. 1200 ($16) per month||Scholarship since 2008 to 2013 for 5 years||2300000 Yen
|03||Mrs Ota Sachiko & Mr. Ota Michio team Kyoto Japan||Ms Dajung Buti SherpaFeet
|Provided Handicapped feet treatment and fixing 2 times prosthetic||2007
|04||Mr.Terince Dolan(Terry) Organ USA||Feet Handicapped Ms Dajung Buti Sherpa||Provided educational scholarship for 2 years||2007 & 2008||US$ 500.
|05||Ms. Kusumoto Mutsuko & Ms.Nakano from Kobe Japan||Mude , Sisne, Simma & Thakarma Village Schools help program Scholarship Rs.1000. ($13) per month||Sisne Village & Simma village School Toilet construction, water supplying Pipe & tank and Mude village 1 children Sisne village 4 children & Thakarmu village school 4 children||2009 & 2010
|06||Mrs. Paige Harvey & Mr. Bruce Harvey Atlanta USA||Yakuwa and Sisne village trail wider.
|village walking trail wider making fund and distributed studying material in Schools||2009
|07||Mr. Yong Teck & Mrs. Gerry team from Malaysia Singapore||Simma Healthpost Clinic medicine supply
|Distributed educational material in Yakuwa School children in 2009 visit. & Medicine supply help started since 2011||2009 & since 2011||USD1050.|
|08||Mr. John Connell from Scotland and Ms. Shihoko from Japan||Yakuwa & Sisne village Schools Shankhuwasabha District EastNepal||Distributed studying materials in Sisne and Ekuwa Schools children.||2010
|09||Elesereine Co Ltd 1% Club Osaka Japan||Thakarma School roof changed||Provided fund for Old School's new roof change||2010 Year||Completed|
|10||Mr. Jim De Groot team from Netherland Holland||Kapdane School Hururu village Shankhuwasabha||Provided fund for new School building construction||2010 & 2011||Completed|
|11||Mr. Terince Dolan (Terry) and Mr. ED & Mrs.Julie Shattuk Organ USA||Hedangna & Thakarma village School Shankhuwasabha District EastNepal||Provided educational scholarship to poor family's children Jiban Rai 6 years old Thakarma helpless blind boy Ambar Rai 20 Years age||2011 Helped Each person Rs.500 ( $8)||US$ 200. over|
|12||Mr. Takaoka Hikota Japan||Hururu village Shankhuwasabha District EastNepal||Provided educational scholarship to poor family children Wangche Sherpa for 1 year||2011 Per month Rs. 500||5000 JP Yen|
|13||Ms.Itoda Emiko & Mr. Itoda Kenjiro Japan||Sisne village Shankhuwasabha District EastNepal||Provided educational scholarship to poor family children Santosh Gurung 11 years old for 6 months||2011 Per month Rs. 500.||3000 JP Yen|
|14||Elesereine Co Ltd 1% Club Osaka Japan||Mude village School 3 rooms building||New School building construction fund provided||2011/12||Completed|
|15||Mr. Tachio Nijukken Nara & Ms. Kiyo Hoshin Japan friends of Mrs. Kusumoto M||Thakarma village School Shankhuwasabha District EastNepal||Provided educational scholarship to poor family children Jiban Rai 6 years old & Sunsari Rai 6 year old for 1 year||2012||
|16||Mr. Tan Yong Singapore||Simma Heath Post Shankhuwa sabha||Medicine purchase and ANAMI Dr. salary||started 2012 June||Rs. 110,462|
|17||Nagakyo Junior H.School.Kyoto Japan||Thakarma Darmadowar Primary School||2 children Schoarship||started June 2012||Rs.31,000.|
|18||By NPO Nepal Volunteer Social S.fund||Simma Secondary School||Fudoma Sherpa Scholarship||Started April 2012||Per month Rs.1000.|
|19||By NPO Nepal Volunteer Social S. fund||Sisne Primary School & Simma Secondary School||Sapan Gurung
& Samjan Gurung age :12, Class: 3 & 4
|Since June 2012||Rs. 2000. For 4 months given|
|20||Mr.Hiroaki Terada, Tokyo Japan
|Donation received Rs.50150.
for Nepal remote areas families children Educational support.
| The donation money provided for Scholarship to Samjan Gurung,age:13, Studying in grade-5 Primary School.
And Fudoma Sherpa, age: 12, grade:4 Primary School .
|Scholarship provided to
2 poor familes Children
in Simma School Sankhuwasabha district Nepal for August 2013 to July 2014 year.
|Providing Scholarship amount:
Rs.1000.($12) per month each children
| Fund Received US$1000. Rs. 95,256
for Simma Health Post
in Sankhuwasabha again for 2013
& 2014 Year
| The fund provided in August 2013 in Simma Health Post
Sankhuwasabha district east Nepal.
|The fund is using for Medicien purchase
to many remote villages people
|The fund will be use since August 2013 to July 2014 year.|
|22|| Mr. Takaoka Hikota
|October 2013||For Scholarship support in mountain village children educational|| The help fund provided in Simma village
School girl Fudoma Sherpa
|October 2013 to September 2014|
|November 2013 provided Rs.9150||
| The help fund provided in Sisne village school girl
|November 2013 to October 2014 scholarship|
# Medicine supply project for Simma Health Post from Singapore:
Nepal rural area has very lack of enough medicine supply through Nepal Government. May 2011, from Singapore Mr. Yong Teck & supporters contributed the amount of US$1050 for the medicine supply project through the “Run For Medicine” event. This is to assist the rural community of many VDC of Shankhuwasabha district of east Nepal. The medicine will be distribute through “Simma Health Post”. Currently we have distributed 50% of amount to the village committee members. The doctor will use this to obtain the necessary medicine. The remaining funds will be used to procure items only available in Kathmandu and or distributed when required.
The village people and doctors are very appreciating to the following members for their generous contribution. We will report to donor members how the funds are being used to benefit the local communities. We really would like to say Thank you very much to all following donor members.
|2011 Year Fund
Donor members - Amount (SGD)
Kia Wee (Wee-er) ------ $50
Chor Fai ---------------$160
Tan Boon Huat --------- $100
Lew Kwok Shian -------- $100
Chok Si Yit ------------$100
Mr.Yong Teck & Mrs Gerry-$277.51
2012/13 Year Fund
Simma Medical Funds received for the
April 2017 - March 2018 ...!!
Mr. Tang Yong Teck family visited in Nepal December 2016 and received the following donation collection amount by different members of Mr. Teck group .
Mr. Zack Mok: $50.
Mr. Lim Kia Wee: $100.
Mr. Leong Chor Fai: $200.
Mr. Lew Kuo Shian : $200.
Mr. Winson Ong: $50.
Mr. Edward Lung : $50.
Mr.Teck , Ms. Gerry family, Ansel & Lizzie : $800.
Total fund: SGD 1450 = NPR 108025.
"Thank you so much to Singapore all donor members for the continiue supporting to Simma Health Post medicien supply. All village people are very appreciating for your great contribution since many years."