Nepal Earthquake, Nepal Education
After a little over a three years since the earthquake struck and caused major damages to the oldest school in the country, Durbar High School, the oldest high school in the country, has been demolished. It’s being reconstructed with help from the Chinese government. . . . → Read More: Durbar High School Comes Down; What Will Go Up?
How out of touch and/or unfeeling and/or morally bankrupt would you have to be to make declaration such as that which PM Sher Bahadur Deuba made at the Columbia University World Leaders Forum on September 21, 2017? . . . → Read More: Nepali PM Deuba: “Nepalese people are so brave…they are coping as if nothing happened. […]Trauma? There is no trauma”
A feeble, and insensitive, attempt at assuaging the mental and psychological pain and suffering of the 2015 earthquake victims in rural Nepal? . . . → Read More: “Forget The Pain of The Earthquake, Come Together for Reconstruction!”
COMMITTED Annual Reports, Nepal Earthquake, Projects
COMMITTED’s 2015-16 Annual Report. . . . → Read More: COMMITTED’s Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2015-16
My Personal Stories, Nepal Earthquake
Books are amazingly powerful.
They can make people’s lives.
They did mine!
. . . → Read More: Bourne Again!
Of the earthquakes, losses, marriage traditions and uncertainties of life. . . . → Read More: On Shaky Ground
Reconstruction of Saat Kanya Primary School, another school in Thangpalkot, is almost complete thanks to a generous non-profit donor. . . . → Read More: Saat Kanya Primary School Reconstruction Almost Complete
Our biggest disaster is our leadership.
Timeline of what happened, why they happened and what should have happened but didn’t happen following the biggest natural calamity in living memory to hit the country to confirm just that.
. . . → Read More: The Year of Living Perilously
A man, who at one point had decided to almost end it all, instead, has chosen to raise funds to rebuild houses destroyed by the earthquake in Thangpalkot, COMMITTED’s project site. . . . → Read More: Man on a Mission…to Help Thangpalkot