Posts Tagged: Chautara

A glimpse of November

At around this time last year, I was writing about settling into my new home and my new job. Well I guess that’s what I’m writing about again here although quite a different job and quite a different home, at least Monday

A glimpse of November

At around this time last year, I was writing about settling into my new home and my new job. Well I guess that’s what I’m writing about again here although quite a different job and quite a different home, at least Monday

People, resilience, life carrying on…

It’s been an extremely busy month since my last post but unfortunately I do not have time to explain in detail so with just a few words I’ll have to let the pictures do the talking to keep you up to date.

People, resilience, life carrying on…

It’s been an extremely busy month since my last post but unfortunately I do not have time to explain in detail so with just a few words I’ll have to let the pictures do the talking to keep you up to date.

Chautara update, a few months on

On September 1st, equipped with a new temporary visa, I was finally ready to set off back to Chautara. It was really interesting to see with fresh eyes to progress made since I had left last time but also since

Chautara update, a few months on

On September 1st, equipped with a new temporary visa, I was finally ready to set off back to Chautara. It was really interesting to see with fresh eyes to progress made since I had left last time but also since

Wrapping up, for a short break…

#1 July 4th saw another much needed weekend of R&R in Kathmandu before my final 2 weeks in Chautara (for now). Monsoon rains are in full swing causing increasing difficulties for everyone still sleeping outside their homes and those trying to

Wrapping up, for a short break…

#1 July 4th saw another much needed weekend of R&R in Kathmandu before my final 2 weeks in Chautara (for now). Monsoon rains are in full swing causing increasing difficulties for everyone still sleeping outside their homes and those trying to

A week in the life of…

Following on from a fabulous day in Thulosirubari, I launched into a diverse and action packed week. I decided it’s worth at least trying to capture an essence of it to better give an insight into my life here in

A week in the life of…

Following on from a fabulous day in Thulosirubari, I launched into a diverse and action packed week. I decided it’s worth at least trying to capture an essence of it to better give an insight into my life here in

The vital signs of recovery

#1 Though with every turn there are still many signs of devastation; #2 The Early Recovery cluster team are doing sterling work in demolishing damaged buildings and offering cash for work for debris removal. As a result, order is starting

The vital signs of recovery

#1 Though with every turn there are still many signs of devastation; #2 The Early Recovery cluster team are doing sterling work in demolishing damaged buildings and offering cash for work for debris removal. As a result, order is starting

Tarp distribution in rural Sindhupalchok

On Saturday May 30th I got the chance to travel with one of my Save the Children colleagues to monitor the ongoing distribution of tarps (robust plastic covers intended to strengthen people’s immediate emergency shelters). The distribution was in a

Tarp distribution in rural Sindhupalchok

On Saturday May 30th I got the chance to travel with one of my Save the Children colleagues to monitor the ongoing distribution of tarps (robust plastic covers intended to strengthen people’s immediate emergency shelters). The distribution was in a