Remote Village Infrastructure 2016-10-30T15:42:26+00:00

Remote Village Infrastructure

remote village infrastructure with nafaIn addition to the education and health priorities, NAFA also supports other remote infrastructure in selected villages referred to in the education page. To date, these have included:

  • water infrastructure
  • micro-hydro electricity that bring 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
  • oil/grinding mills

NAFA also distributes jumpers and beanies knitted by women in Brisbane and brought over by NAFA supporters visiting Nepal. These jumpers and beanies are distributed to school children in remote villages and to other institutions such as homes for children and adults with a disability.

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 [...]

102, 2012

Lumsa Micro Hydro Project

February 1st, 2012|

Lumsa micro hydro worksite Location:  Lower Solu Khumbu district, 2 days walk from Salleri village Date: January 2012 Partner: Lumsa village and Lumsa Micro Hydro Steering Committee Beneficiaries:  109 households/ appx 500 residents [...]

2501, 2012

Lumsa Micro Hydro Project complete

January 25th, 2012|

The penstock brings water to the powerhouse CONGRATULATIONS to the Lumsa community for their determination and hard work in completing their micro hydro project in 7 months.  The community were very determined [...]

1811, 2011

Construct 3 school toilets Patale Okhaldunga

November 18th, 2011|

Location: Okhaldunga district, 3 days walk from Salleri village in the Lower Solu Khumbu Date:  July 2010 Partner: Shree Patale Lower Secondary School, Patale Beneficiaries: 200 students and teaching staff Objective: Construct 3 school toilets (girls, [...]

3010, 2011

Construction of 2 Pre-school rooms Narjing

October 30th, 2011|

Two classrooms almost complete Location:  Lower Solu Khumbu, (Everest region) Date:  August 2011 Partner: Shree Sekar Sing Lower Secondary School, Narjing Objective:  Construction 2 Pre-school rooms Beneficiaries: 30 -40 pre- school children from [...]

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