Presentation on theme: "Bhairabi Toilet Project Dharapani Community Library Formal Inauguration 20 May, 2010."— Presentation transcript:
Bhairabi Toilet Project Dharapani Community Library Formal Inauguration 20 May, 2010
The Australian Ambassador to Nepal, Honorable Susan Grace, along with the Direct Aid Program coordinator Sanjana Pradhan and Sambhav Nepal's Chairman Mr. Prem K Khatry visited the Bhairabi Toilet Project and the Dharapani Community Library on May 20th, 2010. Both the projects were formally inaugurated on this day. The toilet project was supported by the Australian Embassy in Kathmandu. The library project was funded by the Nepal School Project (Sydney, Australia), Allan Waldon, Richard Jackson, and Georgie and Cameron Mccullagh. The project was approved by the Rotary Club of Mt. Everest and the Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) for tax deductibility. The projects were monitored by the Nepal government's Social Welfare Council (SWC)
The Ambassador’s motorcade approaching the Arupokhari village through the jeep track. The village is remotely located and the roads are bumpy.
The route to Arupokhari is not a very comfortable one, but is certainly adventurous. The 4WD SUVs though make the journey a piece of cake.
The locals at Satdobate welcoming the Ambassador to their little village.
One of many welcome banners en route Arupokhari.