Collecting tree trunks for the new classrooms

In Sailung the school is closed due to holidays and Coronavirus. It is not yet clear when schools will be allowed to reopen. According to the planning, the current school will be moved and expanded with 2 classrooms. This is done with minimal

Nature works against you, landslide

Received a message from Krishna this morning that a part of the wall which was recently made as a partition from the school ground has been washed away. The rainy season started very early this year. On average there is in the

First 13 cooking stoves distributed

After the working visit to Sailung, it was clear that most of the school's children lived in an unhealthy home situation. Cooking is done on an open wood fire in the living room. The school board is committed to

Wall on edge of school grounds

When leveling the school grounds, a plateau has been created which protrudes 1 to 2 meters above the lower ground. To prevent all the soil from washing away during the rainy season, there is a wall

Donation school desk frames

The director Bina Basnet of the Orchid Garden Kathmandu orphanage has again donated a number of used school desk frames. We are very pleased with this and can furnish the 5th room that we will be building in April. Transfer School Desks

Saw them yourselves: 80 trees donation

Last week Krishna was approached by the local forest manager asking him if he would like to have 80 large trees for the new school. Beams and support posts can be cut from these.

Physio support

Krishna has organized that his friend Bibek Khadka has come to give a free physio treatment. About 70 people from Sailung and the surrounding area have reported and received tips for exercises to relieve complaints after treatment

Visit building contractor from Kathmandu

The construction company from Kathmandu, where a request for a quote for the construction of the new school building was discussed, came to Sailung to view the situation on location. 3 gentlemen are on 2 motorbikes from Kathmandu

Working visit Jan Post Sailung

After close consultation it was decided to pay a working visit to Sailung to support the progress of the school project. October 24, 2019 I, Jan, brother-in-law of Ton van den Brink, went on a trip to Nepal.