Helping hands to rebuild School in Kavre
It’s almost been a year, Nepal struck by a devastating earthquake with magnitude of 7.8 on 25 April 2015. Fighting against the damages, injuries and difficulties caused by the post earthquake devastation, Nepal still trying to rise up again. Our helping hands..
Ground blessing ceremony at Ramechhap
Ground blessing ceremony for a new stupa by Losang Namgyal Rinpoche in Goganpani, Ramechhap District. Fighting against the post earthquake devastation, difficulties caused by the political issues and blockades the villagers are in attempts to rise up again….
Successful Cochlear Implant of Sushil
The ongoing treatment for the Sushil is on progress. The Cochlear Implant was a success and now Sushil can hear for the first time.Five years old Sushil with his family are very happy and expressing hearty thanks …..
Ongoing medical treatment for Sushil
We wish little Sushil Tamang all the best for his operation today.Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family.
Sushil is five years old and lives in Nepal. He is profoundly deaf and cannot speak since contracting menangytis when he was six months old.
School in Okhaldunga
Building school in Okhaldunga is our very first educational project. Okhaldunga is least developed region of Nepal. NRF has started its project by building school in Dada gau village in Okhaldunga.Dada gau is the very remote village of Okhaldunga…
Plantation on Basamadi VDC Hetauda
On 25th August, 2012 the tree planting program was successfully conducted around the Sertung Monastery at Basamadi VDC, Ward no. 5 Makwanpur district. About thirteen hundred different species of plants were planted with actively participation of local villagers.
Health is the greatest gift
Health is the chief project of NR Foundation. Our major interest is in the health area and to find sustainable solutions to the problem of ongoing health care in Nepal. Its activities in this field include aiming to provide a range of medical outreach services in the most remote areas of Nepal.
The continuation of a culture depends on retaining and sustaining its cultural heritage. Many cultures across the world are in decline and many more have been completely lost. The Tamang people in Nepal make up the largest Buddhist minority with over 5 million people.
Plantation on Kakani
Every year NR Foundation has been running plantation program successfully. On 2013, it had conducted the tree planting program in Kakani village. With the participation of NRF’s volunteers and local villagers, 1200 different species of plants were planted on the sloppy hill of Kakani.