Help Rural Nepal is a registered charity in England number 1143094

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Help Rural Nepal was set up in 2009 with the aim to improve healthcare and educational opportunities in a remote rural community in the Dhading District of Nepal.

Help Rural Nepal works closely with Shital Chandra Dharel and his Nepali registered Non Governmental Organisation, Pathe Nepal. Pathe Nepal provides the charity with local and cultural knowledge and supervises the charity's projects.

The chairman, Pam Raffety, goes to Nepal every year to implement and supervise projects and the other 2 trustees also visit regularly.

The earthquake in April 2015 changed our programmes and priorities. It also strengthened our commitment to this community and hope that we can continue to help with their recovery from this devastating event. We are extremely grateful to Pathe Nepal for their dedication at this time when they were working in very difficult circumstances.

Help Rural Nepal Trust Deed states that the object of the charity are: -

To promote for the benefit of people living in Nepal, in particular but not exclusively, the Kharare area of Nepal by:

* the advancement of education and training

* the relief of sickness and the preservation of health; and

* the relief of financial hardship, either generally or individually, through the provision of grants, goods and services.

Our priorities are to continue with the very successful Dental Camps; assist the provision of improved toilet and hand washing facilities at schools; continue to arrange Teacher Training opportunities locally to schools and to introduce IT training to teachers.