Posts Tagged: biogas

February; launch event, rubbish & recycling

Thought it might be a good time to show some more evidence of me actually working here in Nepal; #1 February 3rd saw our major launch event; with an audience of around 110 representatives including senior officials from the Government

February; launch event, rubbish & recycling

Thought it might be a good time to show some more evidence of me actually working here in Nepal; #1 February 3rd saw our major launch event; with an audience of around 110 representatives including senior officials from the Government

Field visit to Biratnagar & Itahari

The end of November / start of December saw my first major field visit for work. Together with two colleagues from AEPC I travelled east to the towns of Biratnagar in the district of Morang, on the border with India,

Field visit to Biratnagar & Itahari

The end of November / start of December saw my first major field visit for work. Together with two colleagues from AEPC I travelled east to the towns of Biratnagar in the district of Morang, on the border with India,

And settling into work…

Well first let’s start with the big news; #1 On November 24th representatives from the Government of Nepal and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD / World Bank) signed the final grant agreement for the Scaling Up Renewable Energy Program in

And settling into work…

Well first let’s start with the big news; #1 On November 24th representatives from the Government of Nepal and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD / World Bank) signed the final grant agreement for the Scaling Up Renewable Energy Program in

Time to get started…

With my visa well on the way (fingers crossed) and my intense six week language course coming to a close this week it was high time to get started on some real work! #1 Monday 22nd I ventured to the AEPC (Alternative Energy Promotion

Time to get started…

With my visa well on the way (fingers crossed) and my intense six week language course coming to a close this week it was high time to get started on some real work! #1 Monday 22nd I ventured to the AEPC (Alternative Energy Promotion

VSO Nepal Partner Workshop

September 3rd-4th VSO Nepal arranged a 2 day workshop between 11 (relatively) newly arrived VSO volunteers and their respective partners. Though previously a standard part of the in-country induction program the workshop had not been able to be realised for

VSO Nepal Partner Workshop

September 3rd-4th VSO Nepal arranged a 2 day workshop between 11 (relatively) newly arrived VSO volunteers and their respective partners. Though previously a standard part of the in-country induction program the workshop had not been able to be realised for

Dhading Besi – First trip outside the Kathmandu valley (part 2)

The visit to Dhading Besi continues. #1 Saturday late morning and we move on from the Biogas viewing to walk through the woods surrounding Dhading Besi and down to the Thopal Khola river; #2 The water was raging down from

Dhading Besi – First trip outside the Kathmandu valley (part 2)

The visit to Dhading Besi continues. #1 Saturday late morning and we move on from the Biogas viewing to walk through the woods surrounding Dhading Besi and down to the Thopal Khola river; #2 The water was raging down from

Dhading Besi – First trip outside the Kathmandu valley (part 1)

After 3 weeks in Kathmandu, I decided it was high time to take the adventure out, beyond the Kathmandu valley and start to explore the wider wonders of Nepal. After another week of intense language learning, Friday afternoon August 22nd I therefore set off together

Dhading Besi – First trip outside the Kathmandu valley (part 1)

After 3 weeks in Kathmandu, I decided it was high time to take the adventure out, beyond the Kathmandu valley and start to explore the wider wonders of Nepal. After another week of intense language learning, Friday afternoon August 22nd I therefore set off together