Reports

President’s Report 2012

2016-10-29T12:56:48+10:00April 12th, 2013|

Nepal Australia Friendship Association Qld (NAFA) This report was submitted at the AGM held on 9 April 2013 The Big Picture, NAFA’s focus and guarantee to donors In 2012, NAFA allocated $117,752 to 31 ongoing programs and one-off projects in Nepal, spanning the range of NAFA priorities, with 15 allocated to education projects, 7 [...]

EVALUATION REPORT

2016-10-29T13:02:20+10:00May 22nd, 2012|

NAFA Child Education Sponsorship Program Vinayak Shiksha Niketan Secondary School, Thimi, Nepal NAFA members, VSN teachers and parents of sponsored children Researchers: Rachel Gehrke, Kate Miller, Nghi Vuong Interpreter: Ramita Shrestha Supervisors: Dr Petra Kohts, Dr Deborah Setterlund Written by: Dr Deborah Setterlund Special thanks to Surendra Prajapati, Helen Zada and Rod [...]

President’s Report 2011

2016-10-29T13:08:56+10:00April 9th, 2012|

Nepal Australia Friendship Association Qld (NAFA) This report was submitted at the AGM held on 3 April 2012 The Big Picture, NAFA’s focus and guarantee to donors New toilet block at Shayama school In 2011, NAFA allocated $127,900 to 31 ongoing programs and one-off projects in Nepal, spanning the range of NAFA [...]

President’s Report for 2009-2010

2016-10-29T13:23:21+10:00May 4th, 2010|

NAFA QLD President's Report 2009-2010 Submitted at the AGM held on the 4th May 2010 by NAFA president Rod Setterlund 2009 was another very big year for NAFA, celebrating 20 years of development aid achievements since being established in 1989. It was big both in terms of the total amount of funds allocated to [...]

The 2008 Presidents Report

2016-10-29T13:19:01+10:00April 8th, 2009|

NAFA QLD President's Report 2008 This report was submitted by the President, Mr Rod Setterlund at the AGM on Tuesday 03 April 2009 2008 was another very big year for NAFA. NAFA’s projects in Nepal Over $107,000 was allocated to projects in Nepal. Over $44,000 was allocated to two significant infrastructure projects, a new [...]

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