BREAKING NEWS – Covid 19 and The Gurkha Welfare Trust
COVID 19 in Nepal Due to the swift and effective actions of its government, limiting movement and enforcing quarantines, the…
From discomfort to dignity: menstruation in Nepal
Menstruation in Nepal Since 2018, the Government of Nepal has recognised the importance of Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) and is…
Our year in numbers
A look back at our work in Nepal last year Every year we publish an Annual Review, in addition to…
World Toilet Day 2019: Leaving No One Behind
The theme of World Toilet Day this year is leaving no one behind. Read the story of how a small change to 12 year-old Indra’s school toilets has made a huge impact on her life.
The school that does it all
Over the past couple of weeks, children in the UK have been going back to school. In Nepal, many children don’t have that luxury.
Since 1989, we’ve been working to change that. Over the years we’ve provided access to an education to over 800,000 children. And now we’ve built the school that does it all.
War stories from a Gurkha hero
Chandra Bahadur Sunuwar was only 18 when he signed up to fight in the Second World War. The war had already been raging for over two years.
The earthquake in Nepal – three years on
Today (25 April 2018) marks three years since the devastating earthquake in Nepal, which killed nearly 9,000 people and injured around 22,000.
The Impact of Clean Water
We visited Upallo Arkhala village, a relatively small community of around 1,000 people located three hours (via land rover) from…
Nepal School reopens in memory of Mark and Tim Sutton
We’re delighted to announce that the newly rebuilt Shree Tapu Bhanjyang Higher Secondary School has now reopened after it was…
A dinner in memory of Ed and Siddhanta
In the stunning setting of the Honourable Artillery Company, friends and family of Lieutenant Edward Drummond-Baxter and Lance Corporal Siddhanta…
Helping hand for a loyal friend
Gyan Bahadur Sunuwar supported our Gurkha veterans throughout a decade of civil war. When he lost his home to earthquakes, we stepped in to help him back to his feet