27.05.2015 Leptung village, Second visit

The first time Norbu and me were supposed to go to this village was on 12 May 2015 but we were stopped in the middle of our way and very close to the epicentre by the second massive earthquake. Fortunately, the food could still be brought at destination several days later by the head teacher […]

Some news from Nepal one month after the tragic earthquake

Kathmandu and around – Airport: Nepal can be reached by the airs: Tribhuvan Airport, international and national, has not been damaged. Army and private helicopters are still daily very busy by providing supplies and help in the different remote affected areas too. – Hotels and restaurants: the majority of the touristic hotels are open and […]

The villagers are getting stronger

20 May 2015: under a strong morning heat, we start from Kathmandu to go back to this small hilly village, which is situated in one of the most affected district, Sindulpalchok-3. Our small truck is loaded with food supplies again, steel shelters and material (hammers, nails, shovels, iron wire, etc.) for the families of this […]

The porters’ village

19th May 2015: One week after the second big earthquake that has strongly affected Nepal again, we have started early this morning to go to Rusawa district situated in the Langtang national park area at about 5 hours of driving from Kathamndu. Further to this recent earthquake it was necessary to let the earth slightly […]

Trapped again…

Trapped again… 12 May 2015: With the aim to bring an additional load of food of more than 2 tons to the remote village of Leptung in the Dolakha district combined with an observation trip to the Janajyoti secondary school, we leave Kathmandu in the early morning. An 8 to 9-hour trip of 185 km […]

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