Our Main Activities in 2018
Final Examinations for the Children: How did they do?
The 22 children with physical disabilities and the 23 children with visual impairment residing at HEAD Vision Home had their final examinations for the year. Starting on December 12th, the week-long examination period was a time to see the results of a year of hard work. We wish all our students, from kindergarten through grade 10, best wishes for a positive result! Right after the examinations, the children will leave for winter vacation. From January through February, the children be back home and enjoying time with their family. We will miss them during their absence and hope they have a happy vacation. See you all in March 2019!
Mission East Visits HEAD Nepal
Mission East Program Manager for Nepal/Myanmar Alex Ramos Pena and Deputy Country Director of Mission East Nepal Santosh Sharma visited HEAD Nepal from December 1st through 4th. During the visit, we participated in several meetings with our local stakeholders and line agencies discussing current projects and possible future collaborations. Focusing on HEAD Nepal, the meeting included discussions on the finalization of a five year organizational strategic development, DR-002/AEC-007, nutrition improvement project status and action plan update and other strategic partnership possibilities between HEAD Nepal and Mission East. We would like to thank the entire Mission East team, especially Alex and Santosh, for their outstanding technical support and contributions to HEAD Nepal in capacity building, project development and implementation; for supporting the most vulnerable and marginalized communities of the remote mountain villages of Humla. We look forward to your continuous technical support and to growing our strategic partnership.
Vegetable Seed Distribution and 240 Greenhouses Created for Off-Season Kitchen Gardens
Under the HEAD Nepal Nutrition Improvement Program and in partnership with Mission East, four types of off-season and six types of seasonal vegetable seeds were distributed to 300 beneficiary households in the program. In the six wards of Chankheli rural municipality, seed was distributed to 171 households during the last week of November. For 129 households of Simikot rural municipality, seed was distributed during the first week of December. In November, 240 households out of 300 established greenhouses utilizing plastic sheets for off-season vegetable cultivation for home consumption. The program supports children with disabilities homes, other marginalized children and their family members to help insure food security and to improve nutrition through agricultural intervention and capacity building training.
International Day of Persons with Disabilities Celebration
On December 3rd, HEAD Nepal celebrated the 27th International Day of Persons with Disabilities with Mission East Nepal, Sahara Samuha Simkot RM and Chankheli RM. The day was celebrated with two main activities. The first activity was an interactive program on disability issues in Humla district. The second one was an inter-ward Deuda competition in Simikot with Chankheli rural municipalities on the theme of disability rights, benefits and services. The interactive program was led by Sahara Samuha in partnership with Simikot RM and HEAD Nepal. The program started with a rally in Simikot Bajar and ended with an interactive program where local stakeholders participated. The Deuda competition was jointly organized by HEAD Nepal, Simikot and Chankheli RMs under the Nutrition Improvement Program. The event was held in three places; in Piplang, Thehe and Syanda. In Thehe, the competition was organized in Ramdev Secondary School. Four groups of Simikot 1 and 2 participated in the competition where Raling B, Rampal A and Baijibada respectively won first, second and third place. The Syanda event was organized at the Saipal Himal Secondary School where four groups participated including Ghurghure 1 Kholsi, Saipal Group 2 and Ghurghure Group 2 Yangu who respectively won first, second and third place. The Chankheli RM event was organized in Piplang were six groups from all the wards participated. Chankheli 3 Mimi, Chenkheli 2 Darma and Chankheli 4 Shrimastha respectively won first, second and third place. All the groups presented the rights and services provisioned for people with disabilities through Deuda songs which we believe to be the strongest method of communication to the public (rights holders) and the local representatives (duty bearers).
Children and Staff Learn about Children’s Rights, Forms of Abuse, Discrimination and Violence Against Children
In order to sensitize the children and staff of HEAD Vision and Enable Home about sexual harassment, child abuse, diverse forms of discrimination and violence against children, on November 24th HEAD Nepal conducted trainings on children’s rights, child abuse and sexual harassment. Chhitup Lama and Specialized Teacher Ram Air facilitated the sessions. We would like to create a world where no child faces any form of abuse, discrimination or violence. The trainings helped children to learn their rights and how to say “My body, my rights”.
Celebration of Deepawaly with a Deushi Bhailo Program: A fun, educational and giving activity
On the 17th of November, the children of HEAD Vision and Enable Home organized a picnic on their own initiation and expense. They conducted a Deusi Bhailo program in the Simikot market on the occasion of the auspicious Deepawaly festival, the second week of November, and raised a sum of Npr. 36,000. They spent about Npr. 19,000 for the picnic program and donated Npr. 17,000 to HEAD Nepal for construction of a permanent residential school building. For the picnic, the children choose their own food items and prepared them as they desired. They also invited the staff and teachers of HEAD Nepal for lunch and snacks. During the day, they enjoyed music, dance and delicious food that they had prepared. Thank you to our children who not only think about the present for themselves, but also about future generations. We are proud of you all!
Nutrition Improvement Program Staff Training
On the 13th and 14th of November, HEAD Nepal conducted a project review and staff training for the Nutrition Improvement Program for marginalized children in Humla. The first part of the training included a review of completed and ongoing activities from July to October 2018. Participants discussed experiences, problems, issues, risks and new findings. Staff were introduced to a new action plan to identify project gaps and potential solutions. Field staff were taught new tips and techniques to improve documentation. Attendees also learned how to monitor a beneficiary’s household, especially focusing on identifying gaps in nutrition practice; distribute seeds and prepare kitchen garden plots for off-season vegetable cultivation; set up a standard greenhouse for vegetable production especially for the winter season and provide information about the rights of children with disabilities.
Athletic Clothing for the Children of HEAD Vision and Enable Home
New athletic outfits were distributed on November 10th to the 45 children of HEAD Vision and Enable Home. Generously donated by Sagar Acharya and Sandeep Bhandari, the donation was made in the memory of their late fathers Saligram Acharya and Puskar Sing Bhandari. The children were very happy to receive the wonderful clothing. Each outfit included a tee-shirt, light jacket and trousers all ideal for athletic activities. Many thanks to Sagar and Sandeep for their generous donation. Thank you to Mim Lama and Kamal Bohora for their supportive coordination of this donation.
A New Television for the Children of HEAD Vision and Enable Home
On November 10th, HEAD Nepal installed a 50” Toshiba LED Smart TV for the children of the HEAD Vision and Enable Home. The television was donated by Alyson and Michael Bingham of the United States. The TV was purchased in June, but not delivered and installed until October due to air cargo challenges. Now installed in the study hall, the children are enjoying entertaining and educational programs. Thanks to Alyson and Mike for your wonderful donation!
Observation of World Food Day: Advocating for the Rights to Food for Himalayan Children with Disabilities
The Nutrition Improvement Program, in partnership with Mission East and in coordination with the local governments of Simikot and Chankheli rural municipalities, celebrated World Food Day on October 12th by organizing a speech contest among secondary school students on the theme of “Interrelation Between Food, Nutrition and Disability”. The contests were conducted at Simikot, Chankheli. In Simikot Rm Kusal Budha: Mansarowar Higher Secondary School; Bigyan Bhandari: Raling Secondary School Bargaun; Nirajan Rokaya: Balmandir Secondary School and Danta Budha: Saipal Secondary School respectively won first, second, third and fourth place. Chankheli Raju Chaulagain: Mahadev Secondary School; Mandev Upadhyaya: Nawajyoti Primary School; Ramlaxmi Tamang: Danfe Primary School and Jagat Budha: Himalaya Secondary School respectively won first, second, third and fourth place in the competition. In all, twelve students from eight different schools participated in the contest.
Visiting the Visio Blind School in Rotterdam
As part of the Now-Us! Award program, on October 12th Chhitup Lama and Nirmal Bista visited the Visio Blind School in Rotterdam, the largest school for the blind in the Netherlands. Our friends Herman and Peter from the Nepal Gives Foundation(NGF) helped coordinate the visit and accompanied Chhitup and Nirmal. We had a great meeting with Principal (Ulcho) Van Den Ende. It was amazing to see this wonderful facility developed for visually impaired children. We learned a lot to help the work of HEAD Nepal.
Collaborating with the Partners in the Netherlands
On October 10th, Chhitup Lama and Nirmal Bista met with representatives of the Wild Geese Foundation (WGF) and the Foundation Nepal Gives (FNG) in Utrecht Central Train Station in the Netherlands. Supporters Sylvia, Marit and Herman congratulated HEAD Nepal for being on the top ten list of the Now-Us! Awards and expressed their pleasure in supporting the works of HEAD Nepal. WGF and FNG, together with the Unica Foundation, provided funding support for the 2017 installation of the school’s new solar energy system. Thank you FNG for supporting children with disabilities in Simikot since 2012! The meeting was focused on HEAD Nepal’s current needs and how WGF and FNG can help in the future. Chhitup Lama presented possible collaborations such as construction of a permanent residential school building for children with disabilities; the continuation of HEAD Mobile School and health and medical support for children with disabilities at the residential educational center. Both foundations are excited to support HEAD Nepal and we look forward to growing our partnership.
HEAD Mobile School Named One of the Ten Best: Now-Us! Award & Partos Innovation Festival
From October 6th through 11th, HEAD Nepal Founder & Executive Director Chhitup Lama and Project Officer Nirmal Bista participated in the Now-Us! Awards presented by The Spindle. The Spindle is a Dutch innovation platform for international development founded by Partos, a Dutch NGO umbrella organization. Teaming up with the innovative grant facility Voice (run by Oxfam and Hivos), The Spindle launched the first annual NOW-Us! (Nothing About Us Without Us) Awards in the Netherlands. The NOW-Us! Awards honor inspiring inclusive initiatives from Africa and Asia that trigger empowerment of otherwise excluded groups. In August 2018, the HEAD Mobile School was selected as one of the “Top 10 Best” initiatives out of 320 organizations. The HEAD Nepal Team was invited to the Netherlands to present the idea of a mobile school on the 2nd week of October. The Now-Us! Week in the Netherlands was full of new experiences for us. Although we were not the winner of the award, the team members had a chance to meet the other nine ‘top ten’ members that work in different sectors of society and the world. We also had a chance to attend several networking activities. In 2018, the HEAD Mobile School was deployed in the two rural municipalities of Adanchuli and Tanjakot in Humla district and identified 228 children with disabilities who would benefit from intensive trainings and support for their social and educational inclusion.
Visit of Kathrin from U.K
We are very pleased to have Guest Kathryn From England. She visited HEAD Nepal on 15th of September and stay one week with HEAD Nepal team and children at HEAD Vision and Enable Home. During her visit she focuses on finding the way of finding resources and fund for making a new HEAD Nepal headquarter. And she also engaged with children taking English class. She left Simkot on 23rd of September.
One day workshop about sensory processing disorder and ocupational therapy for teachers of school in Simkot
On 13th of September HEAD Nepal onrganize and Successfully conducted one day workshop on the topic Sensory processing Disorder and Occupational Therapy. The workshop was technically assisted by Kalpana Basnet (Special Education and Rehabilitation Center (SERC) for disabled Children ), Bram and Loes from The Netherlands. The workshop was mainly focus on what could be the behavior of children who have sensory processing disorder and shortly there was another presentation introducing new disability Act 2074. 25 participant attended the Workshop and most of them are teachers from around the school of Simkot.
Celebration of Teej 2075
Like every year Children specially the girl of HEAD Vision Home (HEH) and HEAD Enable Home (HEH) celebrate the Teej on 12th of September with lots of Dancing and joy. This year the teej dance joined by Four more guest of HEAD Nepal: Herman, Bram, and Loes from The Netherlands and Kalpana Basnet from Special Education and Rehabilitation Center (SERC) for disabled Children. Here are some pictures of all of them dancing.
Visit of Herman, Bram and Loes from Netherland and Kalpana Basnet from SERC Kathmandu
We are very happy to Have guest Mr. Hermen De Jong from Foundation Nepal Gives Netherland and Kalpana Basnet from Special Education and Rehabilitation Center (SERC) School for disabled Children Kathmandu and Loes (Occupational Therapist)and Bram (Family Doctor)also from The Netherland. They wee arrived in Simkot on 9th of September and Herman and Kalpana went back on 14th of September. On their Stay in Simkot Mr. Herman mostly focuses on discussion about the new building and specialy on requirement and design. On the other part Mrs. Kalpana, Loes and Bram volunteer work with screening the children to find out about is there any sensory processing disorder, improvement on their disability like son on. After leaving of Herman and Kalpana Loes and Bram will still focus on screening the children for next two week.
Complition of Humla Cross Border Travel and Trade Fair
Humla is the gateway to Mount Kailash and a key stop on the ancient salt trade route that connects communities in the Tibetan Plateau to those in the mountains and lowlands of India and Nepal. Over the centuries, the unique chang–rong (north–south) connect between Humla, Nepal, and Pulan County in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China has nurtured common cultural, environmental, and socioeconomic values.
Reviving these connections could help develop cross-border trade and tourism, while conserving the local environment and rich cultural heritage.
With this in mind, KSLCDI program with its partners from Nepal and China are celebrating cross-border travel and trade fair at Halji Village, in Humla District of Far West Nepal.
Main Attraction of Humla Cross Border Travel and Trade Fair 2018
- Culture and Heritage
- Trade and Economy
- Culinary Variety
- Ecological Diversity
Even was hosted By Namkha Rural Municipality, Technically supported by ICIMOD and locally supported by HEAD Nepal For more info please clic on this link
Monitoring and Project Activities Review of Children and Hunger Project DR002 AEC007
On 24, 25 and 26 of August field monitoring and project review meeting of Children and hunger Project #DR002AEC007 was conducted led by Mr. Rshisi Adhikari Program Officer of Mission East Nepal followed by Mr Chhitup Lama ED/PM, Yagnya Bdr Shahi, Lokraj Shahi CF and KHagendra Dhami JTA. Field monitoring was carried out in Thehe Village and the monitoring was focused on kitchen garden management, food behaviour Etc. After completing the field monitoring project review meeting of Children and hunger DR002/AEC007 was conducted in HEAD Nepal Office.
Celebration of Guru Purnima
Each Year Guru Purnima Ocder in the full moon of June-July. In Nepal mainly the student honored their teacher in this day. So student residing in HEAD Vision and Enablo Home of HEAD Nepal honored the all teachers and staff of HEAD Nepal as their respective tacher
Annual Staff Review Meeting 2018
District Project Advisory committee Meeting for the project DR002
Himalayan Education And Development (HEAD Nepal in partnership with Mission East organized the District Project Advisory Committee Meeting (DPAC) of the project, Reducing hunger and improving nutrition amongst children with disabilities and other marginalized children in the remote mountain villages of Nepal. The Meeting was held on Sunday 15th July 2018 in Mansarowar Hotel Simikot Humla in chairpersonship of the Chief of District Coordination Committee Humla, Mr. Dan Bahadur Rawat. Entire meeting was facilitated by Chhitup Lama, Executive Director of HEAD Nepal. The Chief District Officer, Mr. Madhab Prasad Dhungana was the chief guest and chairperson of Simikot and Chankheli RM, Chief of respective ward, stakeholders were present in the meeting. Tulashi Budhathoki, Community Facilitator of the project welcomed all the guests and participants with welcome speech highlighting the major objective of the meeting and expectation and value/important of the suggestion from the forum.
There were major two presentations, the first, organizational introductory and current project and status by Chhitup Lama and presentation on the status of “Nutrition Improvement Program for Marginalized Children in Humla” DR002AEC007 project by Nirmal Bista. Upon presenting the current situation and status of the project and organization, the participants provided their creative/appreciative comments and feedback. The chief of Simikot and Chankheli RM, respectively Mr. Padam lama and Dhanlal Chaulagai expressed their positive remarks to the project as it directly targets to the most needy and vulnerable children in Humli community. They both presented their commitment to cooperate and support for the project. Mr. Chaulagai stressed that the project is contributing to break the vicious cycle of poverty, malnutrition and disability. Dr. Chandra Kumar Risal, the senior Agriculture Officer at District Agriculture Development Office appreciating the work and the project mentioned that HEAD Nepal has turned the impossible into possible that this project is implemented in Chankheli RM being in the distance from the Headquarter and benefiting children with disabilities the most marginalized segment of society. He however, made some suggestion to the project that even comparing to the DADA Humla, the project has higher budget calculating the number of beneficiaries and total budget. Thus the output of the project has to be also better. Likewise, he further suggested to rephrase the term “houseplot” with Kitchen Garden” wich is most used and technically easier. Similarly Dr. Risal expressed his commitment to be supportive for the project specially in identifying appropriate vegetable seeds for the project location.
Putting forward his advise and views towards the project, Mr. Khagendra Karki, the Deputy-Chief of District Coordinating Committee (DCC), this project is not only helpful/contributing to improve the nutrition of children with disabilities but it also helps to prevent disability in some extend.
The Chief Guest of the meeting, the Chief District Officer, Mr. Madab Prasad Dhungana, speaking in the late part of the meeting provided his valuable comments, suggestion, advice and feedback both for the organization and the related project. He focused on the sustainability of HEAD Nepal in institutional development part. Stressing the important of coordination/collaboration, he suggested to conduct every program and activity together with local government district level as District Administration Office is the main agency to monitor and evaluate the work of local NGOs. He at the end wishes a big success of the project.
In the mean time, the farewell/exit of Mr. Nandalal B. K. JTA of the project was officially acknowledged as handed over an official Letter of Appreciation by the chief guest.
At the end of the meeting, the Chairperson of the meeting, the Chief of DCC Humla, Mr. Dan Bahadur Rawat valueing the great achievement of HEAD Nepal in this short period of 7 years in Humla district thanked the organization and its representatives for its work and positive changes and wished all the best for the future.
Thank you all local representatives, government authorities/officer and participants for your wonderful and remarkable words for HEAD Nepal and we hope the same in the future to bring a change in the society!!!
Children passed in SEE Examination
We are very happy to announce that our two student who attended SEE Examination 2074 got GPA 2.60 and 3.10. We would like to congratulate both of them also like to wish them for a successful future ahead.
हाम्रो यस पालीको एस. ई. ई. परिक्षामा सफल भएका दुईजना विद्यार्थीहरुले जि. पि. ए.२.६० र ३.१० ल्याएको समाचार सुनाउन पाउँदा एकदमै खुसी भएका छौँ । हामी हामी यी दुवैजनालाई धेरै धेरै बधाई दिन चाहान्छौ र साथसाथै आगामी दिनमा सफलताको पनि कामना गर्दछौ ।
Washing Machine arrived in HEAD Nepal
Finally washing machine was arrived yesterday on 4th of June 2018 on HEAD Nepal which is financially coordinated/donated by Alex Ramos and her husband Bart from Belgium and their friends and relatives also contributed for this machine. We on behalf of all children would express our sincere gratitude to Alex Ramos and all the generous people who made a contribution to it! The machine will be used to wash to clothes of children of both HEAD Vision & Enable Home. This will be more useful when winter season is start. Thank you so much!!
Stationary Support from Adara Team
We render our sincere gratitude and appreciation to ADARA Development and their representatives Anjuk Lama and Kunjok Lama for visiting the children and the home and distributing warm jackets and stationaries items for the children. We have been receiving your warm love, kind support since the beginning of the organization! Thanks for the great support and we expect the same in the future!!!
HEAD Nepal obtained its own land in Simkot
हिमाली शिक्षा र विकास (HEAD-Nepal) ले हुम्लाको सिमिकोटमा संस्थाको आफ्नै नाममा जग्गा खरिद गरेको खबर यहाँ सबैलाई सुनाउँन पाउँदा हामी हर्षित भएका छौं । संस्थाले विगतमा हुम्लाको अपाँगता भएका बालबालिकाको हितको लागि र शिक्षा प्रदानको लागि आफ्नै भवन नहुँदा भाडाको घरमा आवसिय सुविधा दिएको भएता पनि आगामी दिनमा आफ्नै भवन निर्माणमा हामी अगाडी लम्केका छौं । यो जग्गाको खरिद पछि अझ यस कार्यालयलाई बढी जिम्मेवार र अपनत्वको महशुस हामी सबैलाई भएको छ । संस्थाको हितका लागि, लागि पर्ने सम्पूर्ण सबै सरोकारवाला निकाय प्रति कार्यलयको तर्फबाट हार्दिकता प्रकट गर्न चाहन्छौं । आगामी दिनमा पनि यस्तै सहयोग र सद्भाव रही रहने आसा पनि गरेका छौं । जग्गा खरिदमा सहयोग गर्ने सबैलाई विशेष धन्यवाद र भवन निर्माणमा पनि यस्तै सहयोगको अपेक्षा गर्दछौँ!
We are pleased to inform all our supporters that HEAD Nepal has successfully obtained a piece of land in Simikot to construct a permanent office building and residential educational center for the children with disabilities we currently serve in private rented building. We thank to all who supported, donated for land purchasing! Now we feel even more responsible as we planned to construct the building within next few years. We cannot accomplish this goal without your wonderful support. We look forward for whatever support and contribution to this beautiful life-changing project in the Himalayas!
Laptops in Computer Lab
Now HEAD Nepal switch from Desktop Computer to Laptop computer for ICT base special computer training for children with visual and physical impaired children residing in HEAD Vision and Enable Home. On the past days HEAD Nepal used to conduct training through Assembled Desktop computer which in not too bad in overall performance but due to the unstable power system and most of the time low voltage problem Desktop are now very hard to use. From last 5 month we are using stand alone solar back up system so we are not using hydropower electricity and for that Laptop computer is advantage for us which has the low power consumption. In the other, we have to move according to the latest technology so that we can provide the latest knowledge of technology compete to the world.
From now on 8 laptops (Windows 10 OS, 4 GB Ram, 1 TB Hard Drive) will be used for special computer training in regular basis. This will not create power break in Solar back up system and we can run smooth class as according to our routine. For all this we must say Thank you Very much to Kathryn Gregory (President of Melton Aurora Rotary Club London UK.) for initiation and Coordination to Melton Aurora Rotary Club London UK for supporting these 8 laptop for educational development of the children with disabilities residing at Head Vision Home and Head Enable Home Simikot
Celebration of 7th annual anniversary of HEAD Nepal
HEAD Nepal celebrated its 7th grand anniversary and 2075th Nepali New year with various activities with the picnic as its main activities on 14th of April (1st of Baishak 2075). On 13th of April 2018 (30th of Chaitra 2074) a friendly match was played between the staff. On 14th of April picnic was organized. All staff and children leave for picnic spot which 2 hour walk from the HEAD Office. A jeep was rented for those who has difficulties in walking. On the picnic other activities such as quiz contest, other sports like hot potato, balance race, raffle etc. along with these activities music and dance is all time fun.
Children were very happy to be In the picnic out side of hostel with all friend after a long time
हेड नेपालले आफ्नो सातै वार्षिक उत्सब र नेपालीहरुको नयाँ वर्ष २०७५ विभिन्न कृयाकलापहरु सहित बनभोज गई मनाएको छ । कृयाकलापहरु अन्तरगत मुख्य गरी कर्मचारीहरु बीच भलिबल प्रतियोगिता जुन चेत्र ३प गते मानशरोवर उ. मा. वि. को भलिबल मैदानमा सञ्चालन गरिएको थियो। त्यसको भोलि पल्ट नेपाली नयाँ वर्षको दिन बैशाख १ गते बनभोजको आयोजना गरिएको थियो । बनभोजको लागि १ गते बिहान हेड नेपाल बाट २ घण्टा टाढा भएको एउटा गाउँमा प्रस्थान गरेको थियो । हिड्न नसक्ने र हिड्न समस्या भएका हरुको लागि भने बुलेरो भ्यान को व्यवस्था गरिएको थियो । उक्त बनभोजमा विभिन्न कृयाकलापहरु पनि सम्पन्न गरिएको थियो । त्यसमध्ये तातो आलु, ब्यालेन्स रेस, रहेको थियो । लामो समय पछि छात्रबास भन्दा बाहिर सबै एकै सात बाहिर घुम्न पाउदा सबै बच्चाहरु खुशी देखिएका थिए ।
Team of ADARA Development Nepal Visit in HEAD Nepal
Team of ADARA Development Nepal Audette, Heidi including Pralhad Dhakal And Angjuk Lama Visited HEAD Nepal on 27th of March 2018. ADARA Development Nepal (earlier known as ISIS Foundation) is a great partner organization of HEAD Nepal from the day of starting the organization.
We are very happy to welcome the team in HEAD Nepal
Informal Visit of CDO Mr. Netra Prashad Sharma
on 16th of March Chief district officer of Humla Mr. Netra Prasad Sharma Visited HEAD Nepal and observed its two main project which is known as HEAD Vision Home and HEAD Enable Home. During his visit he went through dormitory, study hall, computer lab, library and dining hall. Founder executive director Mr. Chhitup Lama enlightened him about all the system and facilities which is provided to the children. During his visit he talked to some of the children from both home. At the End Mr. Sharma says "HEAD Nepal is doing a good work." So these one sentence in more then enough for HEAD Nepal to keep up the good word. आज मिति 2074 चैत्र २ गते अनौपचारिक रुपमा हुम्लाका प्रमुख जिल्ला अधिकारी श्री नेत्र प्रसाद शर्म् ज्यूले हेडनेपालको भ्रमण गर्नु भएको छ । संस्थाको भ्रमणको क्रममा वहाँले संस्थको प्रमुख परियोजना जसलाई गृह पनि भन्ने गरिन्छः हेड सक्षम गृह र हेड दृष्टि गृहको भ्रमण गर्नु भएको छ । यस क्रमम् वहाँ हेड दृ्ष्टि र सक्षम गृहको सयन कक्ष भान्सा घर, अध्ययन कक्ष, कम्प्युटर प्रयोगशालाको अवलोकन गर्नु भएको थियो। यस संस्थाका कार्यकारी नित्देशक श्री छिटुप लामा ज्यूले वहाँलाई यस संस्थाको मूख्य परियोजन्को बारेमा प्रकास पार्नु भएको थियो। भ्रमणको अन्त्यमा श्री शर्म्ले हेड नेपालने राम्रो काम गरिरहेको कुरा बताउनु भयो । यो वाक्यांश यसतै कार्य गरिरहनको लागि यस संस्थामा कार्यरत कर्मचारीहरुको लागि हौसलाको रुपमा लिईएको छ ।
Anual Parents Meeting 2074
With the annual parents meeting, renewing contract with parents and by admitting some new children new session for the year 2074/075 (2018) has been started from Today (Date 14th March 2018) Here are some photos of the events.
Review of 17 days field Classes to Rampal and Raling Group of the Project "DR002/AEC007"
nutrition and kitchen gardening management and utilization classes review by innovative way by singing deuda, where the beneficiaries of Thehe Village from two group Rampal And raling include their knowledge from the classes in deuda song.
Agricultural Inputs Distribution of the Project "Children & Hunger DR002/AEC007
On 26th and 27th of Feb as input distribution some agricultural tools and verities of seeds were distributed to the beneficiaries of the project “Reducing Hunger and Improving nutrition amongst children with disability and other marginalized children of remote mountain villages of Nepal” DR002 AEC007. In the first lot of input distribution program input was distributed to beneficiaries of Simkot Rural Municipality only which is Simkot 1, 2 and 8. Along with the input distribution program one day kitchen gardening management and plan class also conducted with all the groups of Simkot RM. On 26th Feb input was distributed to the beneficiaries of Simkot 1 and Simkot 8. Before distributing the inputs orientation class was provided about how to manage kitchen gardening, how to use the crops which is going to provide as a inputs. On the same class few week earlier finished nutrition and house plot classes was also reviewed by Chhitup Lama along with the beneficiaries. After completing the class input was distributed. On 27th of Feb inputs was distributed to the beneficiaries of Simkot 2 only as it has total 62 beneficiaries in one ward. With this group as well same process was repeated. First nutrition and house plot classes were reviewed by asking several question to beneficiaries by Mr. Lama. And as second part of the program input was distributed. This project is jointly conducting by HEAD Nepal and Mission East with the support of Danish Radio (DR) and AEC Foundation. Following items were distributed as inputs
- Plastic Drum 1
- Water Cane 1
- Plastic Sheet for green house 1
- 8 types of Seed 1