MOUNTAIN HEART NEPAL – ‘MAGIC READ’ Jan 2019
CHANCE for NEPAL is delighted to support the ‘Magic Read’...
SHREE SECONDARY SCHOOL – CHITWAN
CHANCE for NEPAL’s ‘Tiffin’ Programme at the Shree Secondary School...
MOUNTAIN HEART NEPAL – Medical Camp November 2018
Mountain Heart Nepal with CHANCE for NEPAL successfully conducted a...
Skills Training – Women’s Cooperative Society
CHANCE for NEPAL has funded two, four-day Skills Trainings, organised...
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Mountain Heart Nepal (MHN)

We are delighted to support Mountain Heart Nepal (MHN) in their education programme as well as supporting their medical camps by funding medicines. During the medical camp on the 19th July at Naulo Jyoti English School in Madhyapur Thimi, Bhaktapur, the children were excited to receive 300 books donated by CHANCE. Over 100 children received a medical check.   On

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HOLI MAIN

Holi Festival at Papa’s Children’s Home

Holi Festival at Papa’s Children’s Home, where all the children have such fun with everyone joining in. They then share special food and celebrate with music and dancing. Holi is a Hindu Spring festival celebrated in Nepal and India and is also known as the ‘Festival of Colours’. Paint everywhere! Bipana loves her cat face Holi signifies the victory of

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Mitra Aadharbhut Vidhalaya School - Meal

Mitra Aadharbhut Vidhalaya School

I was delighted to visit this school in Chabahil , Kathmandu where CHANCE funds a ‘Tiffin Meal’ Programme at this government school. This is a joint project with our partner on the ground SHENPEN who regularly monitors this project, which started in May 2017. The project is proving really successful and the feedback from staff, parents and children is very

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BVS team member and Bipana - Chance for Nepal

Bipana at Papa’s Children’s Home in Kathmandu

Bipana has been at Papa’s since the beginning of the year. She has come along in leaps and bounds and is a happy and delightful child who pulls on the heart strings of all who meet her with her engaging and warm personality, all this and only six years of age! She has adjusted so well to life at Papa’s.

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Our second School - Chance for Nepal

Our Second School in Vidhyapur

CHANCE is delighted to have funded a second school, this time in Vidhyapur, Surkhet in the region of Dang.The first school was in Dhanbot near Surkhet. The school built by GMIM, this being their 38th school was completed in August. There are 221 students registered at this school, which runs nursery to Class 5. The new building houses four classrooms,

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Tiffin Programme - Chance for Nepal

Tiffin Meals for children at Mitra Aadharbhut Vidhayala School, Kathamndu

An exciting new project funded by CHANCE with our partner Shenpen at the Mitra Aadharbhut Vidhayala School in Chabahil, Kathmandu. A ‘Tiffin’ (light nutritious meal) meal is being provided daily to the poorest children at this government school from July 2017. For many children this will be their first mouthful of food that day, and there may be little to

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MEDICAL CAMP_MOUNTAIN HEART NEPAL - Chance for Nepal

Medical Health Camp

NEW PROJECT – Free Health Camp was successfully organized by MOUNTAIN HEART NEPAL in Shree Lakhan Gau Palika, Bungkot, Gorkha on 22-23 July, 2016 funded by CHANCE for Nepal. The 6 members of MHN including 4 doctors and 2 nurses provided free health check-up and consultations. Medicines were distributed free of cost.  The team gave routine health check-up along with

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Rabies Vaccination 2 - Chance for Nepal

Mass Rabies Vaccinations – 1000 Street Dogs

CHANCE for NEPAL has funded for the seventh consecutive year the annual rabies vaccination programme organised by Street Dog Care (SDC) in Kathmandu.  The vaccinations took place over two consecutive weekends at the end of May. Three teams of veterinary personnel, volunteers and members of the community took to the streets in three areas of Kathmandu. Around 1000 dogs were

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Chance for Nepal - Training and Education Nepal Charity

Teacher Training

We are delighted to report that the third residential teacher training organised by GMIN (Grassroot Movement In Nepal) has now been completed at the end of April 2017. This was in Bidyapur, Surkhet, Nepal. The 26 teachers (from class 1 to 5) came from 17 different schools to attend the five-day workshop which focussed mostly on English Grammar Vocabulary. The

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Chance for Nepal - New School in Nepal Charity

New School at Dhanbot funded by CHANCE

CHANCE for NEPAL is delighted to have funded a new school in the remote village of Dhanbot, near Surkhet, in the Dang region of Nepal. The school had its opening ceremony at the beginning of April 2017. All the materials for the school had to be carried up to the new site, which was a day’s walk from the nearest

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Chance for Nepal - Eye Clinic Charity Nepal

CHANCE funds eye tests for over 700 children

CHANCE for NEPAL funds vital eye tests. Between February and March 2017, over 700 children will have undergone an eye test. These eye tests have taken place in either one or two-day clinics over this period, in the region of DANG which lies 550km outside Kathmandu. Some of these eye clinics were conducted in remote villages, two and a half

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Bibana - Chance for Nepal Charity

A Wonderful New Start For Bipana

In February 2017, Bipana aged 6, who was badly burned in an accident in her home, started a new and happy life at Papa’s Children’s Home. Bipana has had to endure much tragedy in her short life: Her mother died when she was 4 years old and her father later remarried. Her new stepmother brought her own two children to the

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Chance for Nepal - Sale of Glue Banned in Nepal

Sale Of Glue Banned

The sight of a group of street children sniffing glue on the streets is commonplace – and heartbreaking – in Nepal. CHANCE for NEPAL supported WEGAIN’s successful campaign at government level to get the sale of adhesive glue banned to under 18-year-olds.

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CHANCE’s New Radio Programme Helps Prevent Burns

A brand new radio programme funded by CHANCE for NEPAL advises listeners how to avoid burns and accidents in the home, many caused by open fires in the home. CHANCE for NEPAL has funded a new radio programme advising listeners how to avoid all too commonplace accidents in the home. These accidents are often caused by open fires and cooking pots containing boiling

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PRINCE-HARRY-at-The-Kanti-Childrens-Hospital-Burns-Unit

CHANCE for Nepal Summer Newsletter 2016

In May 2016, Prince Harry visited the Burns Unit of The Kanti Children’s Hospital and met 7-year-old Biplov – he accidentally knocked over a pan of hot cooking oil onto himself. CHANCE will work to ensure Biplov receive the right treatment – but please help, every donation does help – no matter how small or large – thank you!

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News from social media

7 days ago

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Happy Children, Happy School- CHANCE for NEPAL has been supporting Triple Gem School for over 12years, which is under the fantastic leadership of Lama Kondan, the headmaster. Right now we have 6 children there, receiving educational sponsorship. We support a daily cup of warm milk for the lower school. You can see all the children are wearing a hat to keep warm during classes as it is now winter time and very cold. No heating in classrooms, as in the West.
This school holds a special place in my heart.
I love the title.....paper tearing , pasting , grapes and ostriches, what is there not to enjoy!#Friday_fun_by_LKG(A+B)😍😍😍 #Paper_tearing_and_pasting_activity_in_ostrich_and_grapes #Today's_activity #Update 🇳🇵💕😍
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1 week ago

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CHANCE for NEPAL has been supporting a food programme for 24 children at Papa's Children's Home for the past 6 years as well as a monthly fun activity programme.
CHANCE has a special relationship with Papa's, the children are without exception polite, interesting, well mannered, work very hard at school, and delightful. Lalit, the founder with his wife Dhanuska and their own three children make this a warm, loving and special place, one big family in fact, for these children.vfn, papa's child care home provide healthy food for our children. Supported by CHANCE For Nepal...
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1 week ago

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A very special thank you to Paul Lamberty, our website designer and great supporter of CHANCE who has updated our website and given it a fresh and current look.
Paul has been a terrific support to CHANCE and gives his time and expertise to bring about the best of what CHANCE for NEPAL is about with his innovative ideas. He is always on hand and approachable and quick to react, if I need a post or photograph adding. I just love the new look ‘News Page’ which he has brought to life !

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Thank you Barbara, it's a delight to support Chance for Nepal x

2 weeks ago

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This is so lovely. Every month, CHANCE for NEPAL funds an activity for all the children in Papa's Home to enjoy. This may be a visit to the swimming pool, always popular but as it is winter and the pool is outdoors, too cold right now. It may be a a trip to the cinema, the zoo, a picnic in the park, or like today, a chocolate feast,(chosen by the children!!!) don't forget extra toothbrushing is needed this evening! and a speech competition. The children all had a meeting and chose a monthly activity for 2019. They then sent their choices to me for the thumbs up!
Credit to Lalit and Dhanusha for making Papa's Home a special place for the children to thrive. This is so lovely to watch and brings tears to my eyes. Their English is so good and I just wish I was there to give them all a hug. Do watch the video.

Papa's Child Care Home
On special Chocolate day "VFN CHILD CLUB" Organized the Monthly activities of february "speech competition". Bikash- first position purnima- second position manish- third position upendra - forth position Thank you "CHANCE for Nepal" for funding this activities 😍😍🙏
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2 weeks ago

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CHANCE for NEPAL is delighted to continue our support to this brilliant organisation. Having been on one of their medical teams last November, I saw first hand the wonderful work they do. For this latest medical camp CHANCE funded the medicines and the educational books given to all the childrenRammaya, age 56, is a single woman living in Nuwakot district-06. She earns her living by selling Spinach and fruits, but recently she had difficulty continuing her work because of fever and severe pain over the tummy. She could not afford or travel to attend a health check-up for her condition in town and was waiting for a miracle. She participated in a mobile clinic organized in her village on 18 January 2019 after hearing about it from a radio. She was relieved to know that she was being treated for urinary tract infection free of cost. However, if she hadn't been for a health check-up, her condition would have got worse and she could have suffered from kidney damage. The service provided by the Mountain Heart Nepal has left a memorable imprint on her mind, providing benefit to her. Free medical camps such as these are extremely helpful for people like her who earn a meager income and cannot afford expensive healthcare services offered by hospitals or clinics. Over 100 adults and 150 school children received free health screening and consultation by four doctors in this outreach clinic held at Kakani Rural Municipality-06, Maajhgaun Chaturale, Nuwakot on 18 January 2019. The clinical was supported by CHANCE for Nepal and Direct Relief. The children of the Shree Bramhayani Basic School were provided with health-related secondary textbooks in hand to promote health and disease awareness. Each family also received a vaseline, and body wash received from Direct Relief. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

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There were 15 children on the burns unit at the Kanti Children’s Hospital when Anamika, Shenpen’s coordinator, our partner on the ground in Nepal, made her twice monthly visit to the unit to give out Goody Bags to the children which are funded by CHANCE.
Amir is almost a year old and comes from Lamjung which is 190kms from Kathmandu. He lives with his parents and older brother.His mother had boiled water and placed it on the table to cool so she could give Amir a bath. By accident, Amir dipped his hand into the hot water and suffered 3rd degree burns to his hand. He will need surgery, a debridement.
Here he is in happy mode in the playroom in one of the toy cars CHANCE funded two years ago.Dipek is 6 years. He lives with his parents and brother and sister in Kavre, three and a half hours drive from Kathmandu.He and his friends lit an open fire to keep warm, and Dipek got too close and his trousers caught fire and burnt his leg. He suffered 24% - 2nd degree burns. He will most likely need surgery.Both children are recovering well.
It is winter in Kathmandu and very cold, open fires are lit in the homes to keep warm as well as cooking on.Image attachment

There were 15 children on the burns unit at the Kanti Children’s Hospital when Anamika, Shenpen’s coordinator, our partner on the ground in Nepal, made her twice monthly visit to the unit to give out 'Goody Bags' to the children which are funded by CHANCE.
Amir is almost a year old and comes from Lamjung which is 190kms from Kathmandu. He lives with his parents and older brother.

His mother had boiled water and placed it on the table to cool so she could give Amir a bath. By accident, Amir dipped his hand into the hot water and suffered 3rd degree burns to his hand. He will need surgery, a debridement.
Here he is in happy mode in the playroom in one of the toy cars CHANCE funded two years ago.

Dipek is 6 years. He lives with his parents and brother and sister in Kavre, three and a half hours drive from Kathmandu.

He and his friends lit an open fire to keep warm, and Dipek got too close and his trousers caught fire and burnt his leg. He suffered 24% - 2nd degree burns. He will most likely need surgery.

Both children are recovering well.
It is winter in Kathmandu and very cold, open fires are lit in the homes to keep warm as well as cooking on.
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2 weeks ago

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CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of the February Draw of the CHANCE 100 CLUB
1st: Bruce Holtom. - £120
2nd: Judy Luck - £80
3rd: Sharon Yuen-Currie - £50
Thank you for your on going support. Enjoy!
We are running at 95 members at the present time. Please email us at: info@chancefornepal.org if you would like to support us in this way and come on board. THANK YOU!

The CHANCE 100 Club raises much needed funds for our projects. We raise £6,000 per annum with 50% going out in monthly cash prizes and 50% going to our projects in Nepal.
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Why do you give out cash prices to people who doesn't need the cash? 100% should be given out to Nepal instead. I am now thinking twice about continuing the support.

3 weeks ago

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CHANCE for NEPAL is delighted to support ‘Magic Read’ with Mountain Heart Nepal. Having seen first hand, being on one of their medical camps last November, I know how important these books are for the children. Text books are such a luxury in Nepal, especially in remote areas. Teachers,
parents and children see them as a great treasure.Earlier in 2018, Mountain Heart initiated a project with support from CHANCE for Nepal to distribute health-related textbooks in the hands of young children. This was aimed to foster the acquisition of health-related knowledge and improve early reading success in children. The early years are critical for children as it is the time when linguistic and cognitive systems are developing and becoming interdependent. At this important juncture, book reading has special power to have an enduring impact on the child’s development, particularly, on the language and the concepts. However, most parents in rural Nepal do not spontaneously make the most of the opportunities that books present, mostly because of their higher cost. As a consequence, children routinely do not have access to high-quality secondary textbooks. Therefore, we specifically targeted this critical time to create a lasting impact on a child’s health by increasing access to secondary textbooks related to health and personal hygiene. Further, the distribution of books is accompanied by mobile outreach clinics, which helps to address any acute health issues among children and provide guidance for reading as well as the importance of personal hygiene. Keeping with that, we continued our mobile preventive health program in Kakani Rural Municipality-06, Maajhgaun Chaturale, Nuwakot on 18 January, 2019. The health-related secondary textbooks were distributed in the same venue to 150 school children of Shree Bramhayani Basic School. We would like to thank Barbara Datson for raising funds for the books through the quiz night.
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so happy time

1 month ago

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Circus brings smiles to the burn’s unit at the Kanti Children’s Hospital.There were 15 children on the ward when Anamika made her fortnightly visit to the burns unit to hand out the ‘Goody Bags’ funded by CHANCE.
When she arrived, all the children having fun with two volunteers from the Circus of Kathmandu who were entertaining the children. Circus Kathmandu is Nepal’s first and most talent-rich contemporary circus company and one of the nation’s most unique social enterprises. They visit the burns unit and other wards in the hospital each week. They certainly brought smiles to the children last Friday.Maya aged 2 and comes from Surkhet which lies around  360kms from Kathmandu. She lives with her parents and two brothers.
Maya was outside with her parents,  warming herself on an open fire. Her parents went into the house to fetch something and Maya fell into the fire. Tragically 30% of her tiny body suffered 3rd degree burns.  She has been on the unit for 7 weeks so far and is getting much better. You can see here, she is delighted to receive a large teddy bear. The doctors are deciding if she needs further surgery.Amit is aged 10 and he lives with his family, a brother and two sisters in Kavre which is about an hour and a half outside Kathmandu.
Amit was lighting a fire with his friends to keep warm and accidentally burnt his leg.  His elder sister is staying on the ward with him.  He suffered 22% 1st degree burns.
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Circus brings smiles to the burn’s unit at the Kanti Children’s Hospital.

There were 15 children on the ward when Anamika made her fortnightly visit to the burns unit to hand out the ‘Goody Bags’ funded by CHANCE.
When she arrived, all the children having fun with two volunteers from the Circus of Kathmandu who were entertaining the children. Circus Kathmandu is Nepal’s first and most talent-rich contemporary circus company and one of the nation’s most unique social enterprises. They visit the burns unit and other wards in the hospital each week. They certainly brought smiles to the children last Friday.

Maya aged 2 and comes from Surkhet which lies around 360kms from Kathmandu. She lives with her parents and two brothers.
Maya was outside with her parents, warming herself on an open fire. Her parents went into the house to fetch something and Maya fell into the fire. Tragically 30% of her tiny body suffered 3rd degree burns. She has been on the unit for 7 weeks so far and is getting much better. You can see here, she is delighted to receive a large teddy bear. The doctors are deciding if she needs further surgery.

Amit is aged 10 and he lives with his family, a brother and two sisters in Kavre which is about an hour and a half outside Kathmandu.
Amit was lighting a fire with his friends to keep warm and accidentally burnt his leg. His elder sister is staying on the ward with him. He suffered 22% 1st degree burns.
Thank you Anamika for sharing, I know the children love your visit as you come bearing gifts for them.
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1 month ago

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FANTASTIC RESULT from our Quiz Night
We had 32 players and raised a brilliant £375! It gets better!…….We were raising funds for Mountain Heart Nepal's medical mission which is tomorrow! CHANCE for NEPAL is funding the medicines for this health camp and we wanted to continue our support with the educational text books which are given out at the end of the camp.

These carefully chosen books are given out according to the class of the child, to improve school attendance and promote health and disease awareness. The children love them, as do their parents and teachers. The books are llike a dose of happy medicine. The cost of the books per medical camp is around £500, so, we were £125 short of our target!

David and Jenny a couple who have been to almost every quiz night since they started over 6 years ago said they would donate the extra funds needed….FANTASTIC and THANK YOU SO MUCH!
I will be posting about the mission in the coming days.

Thank you so much to all who supported by coming along, buying raffle tickets and bringing raffle prizes. It was a great evening. The Keep in Guildford where the quiz nights are held is cosy and inviting. Jane and Brian the landlords make it a really fun evening for everyone. They give a delicious complimentary chili and rice supper.

Many thanks also go to Lee, Landlord of the Britannia in Guildford who gave the star raffle prize of a £50 voucher for lunch or dinner, a great dining experience.

Please get in touch if you would like to enter a team. Our next quiz will be in the beginning of March. Date to be announced. Teams are for 4 or 6 and it is £7.50 to play. Contact: info@chancefornepal.org

I have such great support from so many people, it is humbling. THANK YOU xx
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Well done! Sorry we couldn’t get to this one xx

Thank you Barbara for supporting our first medical mission in 2019 including the magic read project. Thanks again for standing with us.

1 month ago

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We love supporting GMIN in this programme.  Education is a child’s passport to a brighter future, what better way then through books.  Funding the salary of a librarian means the library is open during the school  day which had made a significant difference to the amount of children using this excellent facility. We are always looking for funding to top up books in several libraries we support. Please contact us if you would like to help.

We love supporting GMIN in this programme. Education is a child’s passport to a brighter future, what better way then through books. Funding the salary of a librarian means the library is open during the school day which had made a significant difference to the amount of children using this excellent facility. We are always looking for funding to top up books in several libraries we support. Please contact us if you would like to help.Once again we would like to thank Chance for Nepal [Uk] for donating NRs. 20,000 to buy more books and floor mats. Chance for Nepal has in the past also supported us to buy books and furniture and also covers salary of a librarian in this school. This was the 8th school where we built 4 new classrooms in 2010 and have an ongoing sponsor program for 20 underprivilged children. This library because of the librarian to keep the library open and large variety of pictured books, even students from the private boarding school visit the library after their school hours. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

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CHANCE for NEPAL is delighted to fund the skills training for over 12 years now with Shenpen. By empowering women to have their own small business with a loan from WCS, enables them to make sufficient funds from selling their crops to educate one or more of their children.Skills training at Lagankhel! Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen, with the support from Chance for Nepal (UK), have been supporting skills development training through the Women’s Cooperative Society. WCS provides in depth skills training to its members. The micro finance program empowers women and lifts the living standards of underprivileged women. They achieve this by providing low cost loans to their members with minimum interest. Some glimpses of the Advanced Seasonal Vegetable farming in Lagankhel, Kathmandu. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

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WONDERFUL NEWS for a great start to 2019!

Peter and Rosie Gent having looked at our website and liked what they saw have donated funds which will build a new school building consisting of four classrooms for Shree Siddheswori Secondary High School in Sanney, Vidhyapur, Surkhet. This is a government school with 10 classes but the forms 1-5 for the younger children were deemed unsafe for use.

GMIN, a trusted and brilliant organisation who we have worked with for many years when we funded two other schools in 2017 and 2018 will build the school building. This being their 42nd school to date. This is a real boost to the school which is in a remote area, happy teachers, happy children.

I met up with Peter and Rosie last week to discuss the finer details and we are hoping for completion before the monsoon starts in June. The cost of the school is £7,500 which includes Gift Aid.

CHANCE for NEPAL will fund a 4-day Teacher Training which will include teachers from this school, and other teachers from other village schools in the ward. Those attending are given accommodation and food for the duration of the course. Each Teacher Training costs £800. This will be CHANCE for NEPAL's 4th Teacher Training. Very exciting!

Watch this space for updates.
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Simply fantastic💥

1 month ago

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CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of the CHANCE 100 Club January draw.
1st Prize: Elaine Graham - £120
2nd Prize: Adrienne Golightly - £80
3rd Prize: Barbara Rubenstein - £50
Enjoy!
We are running at 98 members and we need 100!
For just £5 per calendar month you are entered in our monthly draw with cash prizes of £120 - £80 and £50 If you would like to come on board, please send an email to info@chancefornepal.org and I will get back to you. Barbara
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2 months ago

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Wishing everyone near and far a wonderful 2019, full of good health, peace, harmony, joy, and loving kindness.I would like to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone who has supported CHANCE for NEPAL during 2018. We have achieved much during the year and without your generous and loyal support, given in so many different ways none of this would be possible.  On behalf of all the children who have been helped by CHANCE in some way and myself, THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart.  Barbara xImage attachment

Wishing everyone near and far a wonderful 2019, full of good health, peace, harmony, joy, and loving kindness.

I would like to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone who has supported CHANCE for NEPAL during 2018. We have achieved much during the year and without your generous and loyal support, given in so many different ways none of this would be possible. On behalf of all the children who have been helped by CHANCE in some way and myself, THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart. Barbara x
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2 months ago

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We are delighted to support Mountain Heart Nepal both with the educational books and by funding medicines for the health camps.
Thanks go to Ivy Tan for funding these educational, informative and colourful text books for the last three health camps. The children love them. We are looking for funding in 2019 to continue to provide these super books. Please contact us through info@chancefornepal if you would like to help.Saroj, a 9 -year-old boy never had seen textbooks with colorful pictures explaining about good health and hygiene. Through the funds provided by Chance for Nepal, we distributed properly selected appropriate textbooks to the school children of Tamlingbhanjyang Secondary School during our outreach clinic held at Sunkoshi rural municipality, ward no 3; Tamling Vanjyang, Sindhuli on 21 December 2018. By giving books in hand, we feel this carries high impact as they are read every single day at home. The consequence of which is improved school attendance and improve health and disease awareness changed attitudes and practices in rural Nepal.
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2 months ago

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Great Anamika, lovely to see the children have an extra special 'Goody Bag', as it is Christmas. Spending Christmas in hospital is difficult for any child. This project is now in its 8th year. That's over 3000 'Goody Bags' given since our project started. That's over 3000 knitted dolls made with love for tiny hands! Thanks to all my knitters. HAPPY CHRISTMAS XXIn the spirit of Christmas, Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen wants to entertain and give love to the patients at Kanti Children's Hospital-Burns Unit! Children were joyous in receiving the toys that were given to them in Goody Bag.🎄 Our heartfelt thanks to the very compassionate and caring supporters of Chance for Nepal (UK) whose gift of a unique Goody Bag', which we offer to the hospital’s young patients twice each month, brings much-needed relief, comfort, and happiness to the children. 🎈🌞🎀🛍 ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

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I would like to wish everyone a wonderful Christmas and a healthy and joyous 2019.

Thank you so much for your support which is given in so many ways throughout 2018. We have had a good year culminating with my annual visit in November. Seeing first hand our projects and the difference CHANCE makes on a day to day basis is such a humbling and rewarding experience and never ceases to touch my heart.

A special mention for Pooja at Papa's Home, who undergoes an ear operation on Christmas Day! Sending you lots of love and a big hug.

Barbara x
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Lovely photos of a very special place. X