We are excited to announce that VITA Foundation will be partnering with Conscious Impact and Mothers Sisters Nepal to construct an orphanage in Nepal this year! This orphanage will be home to more than 18 children whose parents died during the 2015 earthquake. We are proud to be able to support such a beautiful project.

The orphanage construction will begin in February and continue until May of this year. The orphanage will have 10 rooms, including a library and dining hall for the children. The orphanage will be constructed with sustainable building materials called Compressed Stabilized Earth Blocks (CSEBs) made locally out of earth at the Conscious Impact Training Center in Takure, Nepal.

The goal is for all of the children to be living in a new and safe building before the monsoon rains come in June.

We are currently looking for donations to help with the costs of building materials and labor. We are also looking for people interested in going to Nepal this spring (March/April) to help with the production of the bricks and the construction of the orphanage. It will be an amazing opportunity to travel abroad and also help. The trip will be for two weeks and will also include a few days of hiking in the Himalayan Mountains and visit the temples of Kathmandu.

To read more about Conscious Impact and the work they do, go to If you are interested in donating or in traveling with us to Nepal, email to or (or whichever contact you would like to include

Thank you for your help and support


Valentina Nessi, President and Founder of VITA Association and Vita for Nepal project and

Orion Haas, President and Founder of Concious Impact.

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@valentinanessi of @vitaassociation

@orionhaas of @conciousimpact


If you would like to give a support with a small contribution, you can make a donation to VITA Association:

Official account bank UBS SA, Lugano, Switzerland

EURO account: IBAN: CH200024724713726240B – BIC: UBSWCHZH80A

CHF account: IBAN: CH4000247247137262M1N – BIC: UBSWCHZH80A

Any contribution will be a great help to the development of this project.

I thank you very much in advance for your generosity.


Valentina Nessi during her last trip to Nepal, she has visited the Takure School in Sindupalchok Valley.

Last photo by Jonathan, Conscious Impact volunteer.


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