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Images of Nepal UK Registered Charity No. 1102897 was established in 2003 for the sponsorship of under privileged children in Kirtipur, Kathmandu. Nepal.
Hello and welcome to Images of Nepal
A charity providing sponsored education and training for some of the disadvantaged children from the Kirtipur Municipality of Nepal.
Images of Nepal ensures every penny you donate is used for the education and welfare of a Nepalese child, who you get to know personally.
Images of Nepal provides information in letters, school reports, photographs, DVD 's and e-mails about 'your' child.
Images of Nepal does not use a single penny of your donation towards the administration costs of the charity, or for the wages of our employees in Nepal.
The charity currently (Oct 2016) has 86 sponsored children in education under the age of 16, plus another 41 over the age of 16 in further education.
In the 2015 earthquake the homes of 42 sponsored children were lost. Images of Nepal raised £23,206.00 from donations and a further £6,000.00 from gift aid to start and re-build these homes. To October 2016 23 houses have been re-built to first floor and funding is available for a further 7 houses.
Since the earthquake on 25th April 2015 these families have not received one single rupee from the Nepalese government.
"I have spread my dreams at your feet, tread softly because you tread on my dreams"
W B Yeats
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Nepal is a landlocked country located in Southern Asia between China and India.
it is approximately 550 miles by 120 miles with a land height that rises from 70m above sea level to 8850m above sea level (Mount Everest)
Nepal's rising population of about 26 million has a literacy rate of 45.5%, and has a high infant mortality rate.
Kirtipur comprises of 26 various villages and hamlets on the southern edge of the Kathmandu valley with a population of about 54,000 and rising.
There are very few free (Government) schools in the area.
In this semi rural area the people are of the Newar culture and most practice Buddhism.
Most homes in Kirtipur have access to electricity but water usually needs to be carried in from a communal tap.
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Images of Nepal UK Registered Charity Number 1102897
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