Remote Village Infrastructure2016-10-30T15:42:26+10:00

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.

2307, 2015

Earthquake damage Patle School Okhaldhunga

July 23rd, 2015|

Homes were destroyed On April 25 a 7.8 magnitude earthquake shook central Nepal destroying entire communities, killing more than 8,800 people, displacing more than 500,000 people and leaving millions in need of [...]

2504, 2014

Biogas – Kophu

April 25th, 2014|

A deep hole dug for the cement fermentation and gas tanks, Kophu Solu Khumbu Location:  Solu Khumbu Date:   2012 ongoing Partner: Shanti Youth Family, Kanku 6 Kophu Beneficiaries: 30 households comprising 168 [...]

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

Kadambas classrooms

March 24th, 2014|

Location: Kadambas, Sindhupalchok district Date:  2013 Partner: Shree Golma Devi Secondary School Beneficiaries:  325 students from Kadambas village area. Objective: To construct 2 classrooms for class 9/10 optional studies and new library Details:  The [...]

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