Good morning and here we are with my first post on the distant Nepal.
My trip was intended to document the activities of the NGO Via Oberta in Nepal in Kaskikot and more precisely in the village of Louruk, half an hour’s drive from the most famous town of Pokhara, near the Himalayas.
In addition to the hostel where 15 people live, including 10 children, orphans or abandoned, the NGO carries out activities useful to the whole community such as the establishment of a night school, the vocational training center for women and the social dining centre for children.
The projects for the next 2018 will be the channels of water and the creation of a multifunctional center that brings together the school and the training center for women.
It was nice to know this reality and above all to know all the people who allow the NGO to continue its work to improve the lives of many people.
We received a traditional welcome, we met local political authorities and collected signatures to raise funds for these new projects.
I leave you my video where I tell you my experience and if you want to help these new projects 2018 we can contact me or send you donations to ES82 0216 6902 1983 0019 8782.
I hope you like it.
Buongiorno ed eccoci con il mio primo post sul lontano Nepal.
Il mio viaggio aveva lo scopo di documentare le attività della ONG ibizenca Via Oberta a Nepal nella contea di Kaskikot e più precisamente nel villaggio di Louruk, a una mezz’ora di macchina dalla più famosa cittadina di Pokhara, ai piedi dell’ Himalaya.
Natalia Aestene Castaldini