Remote Village Infrastructure2021-09-16T09:14:10+10:00

Remote Village Infrastructure

remote village infrastructure with nafa

NAFA supports infrastructure development in selected remote villages.

Allocations have included:

  • water infrastructure
  • micro-hydro electricity that brings electricity to homes, local schools and newly created small businesses
  • improved cooking stoves that use less wood and reduce smoke in homes
  • bio-gas
  • solar panels
  • agricultural cooperative infrastructure including training, the introduction of higher value crops and animals, a hi-tech nursery, a permanent marketplace for several villages and other income-earning initiatives for particularly disadvantaged members of the cooperative
  • oil/grinding mills
2404, 2014

Water infrastructure Kodari

April 24th, 2014|

The Griffin family at the school water tap, Kodari Location: Kodari – Sindhupalchok district Date:  2013 Partner: Shree Singa Devi Primary School Beneficiaries:  105 students in Grades 1 to 5 and 15 [...]

2403, 2014

Micro Hydro Project – Dimel and Juge

March 24th, 2014|

A warm welcome by the community Location: Dimil, Solu Khumbu Date: 2013 Partner: Pike Khola Micro Hydro project, Dimil Beneficiaries:  450 people in 67 houses in the villages of Dimil and Juge. [...]

2203, 2014

Water Infrastructure Chhermading

March 22nd, 2014|

Location: Chhermading Okhaldunga Date: 2013 Partner: The Himali Lali Gurans Youth Club,  Chhermading Beneficiaries: 200 people from 35 households and students from the local school. Objective:  Construct water/surge tanks and relay pipe for better [...]

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