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News Bulletin- September 2016

Published by d_melun, 2016-09-27 23:26:30

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NEPAL JESUIT SOCIAL INSTITUTE g]kfn Hf];'OTf ;fdflHfs ;+:Yff”Reaching the Unreached“ SPTEMBER 2016 As the monsoon season is ending, once again the reconstruction process has started in the earthquke affected area.The monsoon is about to end and the people who got the first tranche of housinggrant will start building their houses very soon.As the reconstruction of the houses will start very soon, the Parliament membershave asked the government to set up a \"material bank\" to avoid various problemlike black marketing, price hike and shortage of essential construction materialsin the market. To ensure availability of construction materials for all people, thegovernment must store such materials in huge quantities.On 19th August 2016 NJSI staffwent to Mahankal VDC Ward No.1to verify and confirm the identitiesof the 73 beneficiaries who willreceive grant from NJSI for buildingshelters.

HIGHLIGHTS Shree Panchkanya School in Mankha VDC, Sindupalchowk was handed over by NJSI to the school management committee. The cheque of NPR 36,50,000 was handed over to Mr. Ramchandra Bishwakarma, the manager of Nepal Bank Limited, Melamchi, in the presence of five representatives of Mahankal -1 VDC as the first tranche for the shelter construction for 73 families in Gylthum village. On 12th September 2016 NJSI got an authorization letter from Mr. Bhagwan Aryal, the Local Development Officer of Dhading, to support the construction of the road from Somdang to Tipling. Fr. Arul SJ received an appreciation memento by the Committee of Sunkoshi College for NSJI's support of providing CGI sheets for the reconstruction of their damaged building.

NJSI INTERVENTIONS AND ACTIVITIESSindhupalchokNJSI staff attended the meeting on16th August 2016 organized by LDOand NRA Coordinators as NJSI is oneof the partners in building shelters inGyalthum. On 17thAugust 2016 NJSI staff visited Golma Devi School in Manka VDC to observe and assess the progress of the construction work.Sunkoshi College in Pagretar VDCreceived 7 bundles of GCI sheets forconstruction of the building. On 18th August 2016 NJSI staff measured the land allotted for a semi-permanent building at Ban Sangu School situated below the Jure landslide. The school had lost nearly 40 children in the landslide that hit the village two years ago. The school was further damaged by last year’s earthquake as well. The NJSI supported semi-permanent structure will be completed very soon.

Kavrepalanchok On6thSeptember 2016 NJSI staff went to Panchkhal Municipality for the measurement of the land as the multipurpose hall for the women is planned. On 26th August 2016 NJSI staff visited Shree Bhagavati School to see the possible site for constructing a hostel for the special children and had meeting with school management committee.Ramechhap The process of construction of a women safe space hall is going on in Rakathum village. The women gathered to discuss about their contribution (Shramdan) and decided to level the ground for the construction.DhadingOn 5th September 2016 a team of four people (Fr.JosephPulical SJ, Mr. Tikaram Regmi, Mr. Purna Dhital: Engineerand Mr. Lawrence Lama) went on a five days survey tripto Tipling. They were on foot from Somdang to Tipling.The purpose was to assess and make an estimate for theproposed 27 km road from Somdang to Tipling which goesthrough hard rocks at an altitude of about 4000 meters.

DolkhaThe construction work of ShreeHaleshwar Higher SecondarySchool is going on in Suri VDC.Though the work is slowed downdue to landslides on the way, itwill be completed very soon.NuwakotThe hostels for special children in Nuwakot were destroyed during the earthquake and thechildren unable to attend the school. Many of them are in their houses and are deprived ofeducation. NJSI planned to build the hostels for these children so that they can return to theirschool. The construction works in these hostels have reached up to window level. When theconstruction of these hostels will complete 62 children will have their hostel and continuetheir education. Shree Bageshwari Higher Secondary School: Bageshwari VDC Shree Bhairavi Higher Secondary School: Bidur Metropolitan Shree Chandeshwari Higher Secondary School: Tupche VDC Website: Facebook:

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