Cold start to January monitoring visit in Nepal, 6 am in the morning, at 2,000 meters


We take it very seriously when people give us money for our work in Nepal, so we visit all the projects to see where the money was spent and discover the impact on the lives of the people you have supported.

This can mean wandering around the steep hills looking at the toilets we have built – doesn’t sound inspiring, but meeting the villagers and receiving their gratitude make it all worthwhile – and don’t forget the mountain views.

At the start of September 2017 we commenced two new projects. Fifty families will each receive a toilet facility and Macchaine village will receive water for the first time.