Posts Tagged: rebuildnepal

An update ‘about me’

After an amazing, rewarding, challenging and wholly unexpected 2 years with VSO Nepal, I completed my placement in September 2016. I was pleased to be able to handover a legacy of the NDRCS to capable Nepali staff in a strong

An update ‘about me’

After an amazing, rewarding, challenging and wholly unexpected 2 years with VSO Nepal, I completed my placement in September 2016. I was pleased to be able to handover a legacy of the NDRCS to capable Nepali staff in a strong

NDRCS Project Update

As usual these days, it has been a while since my last post and even longer since I updated on my work here in Nepal and what it is that’s keeping me too busy to write more blog posts… As

NDRCS Project Update

As usual these days, it has been a while since my last post and even longer since I updated on my work here in Nepal and what it is that’s keeping me too busy to write more blog posts… As

367 days on

Yesterday marked one year on from the devastating earthquake which struck Nepal on April 25th 2015, changing the courses of many lives for ever, including my own. At least, yesterday was the anniversary date in the Georgian calendar, as the

367 days on

Yesterday marked one year on from the devastating earthquake which struck Nepal on April 25th 2015, changing the courses of many lives for ever, including my own. At least, yesterday was the anniversary date in the Georgian calendar, as the

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

Back to Kathmandu for round 2

On August 18th, after a wonderful few weeks back in the UK relaxing with family and friends, I landed back in Kathmandu to commence my second year as a VSO volunteer. As I met to formally finish my placement with

Back to Kathmandu for round 2

On August 18th, after a wonderful few weeks back in the UK relaxing with family and friends, I landed back in Kathmandu to commence my second year as a VSO volunteer. As I met to formally finish my placement with

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