Vita for Nepal Orphanage Project in work in progress

Photo by Jonathan H. Lee

Vita Association has contributed financially to the reconstruction of an orphanage in collaboration with Mother Sisters Nepal, a local association that daily deals with orphaned children with love, affection and self-administration of the orphanage.

Thanks to Vita Association, we decided to help 18 children who were orphaned during the earthquake on April 2015. Even two years after the disaster these poor kids lived in very bad living conditions.

The construction of the orphanage began in late February 2017 in a small village in the Sindupalchok valley, the most destroyed region after the earthquake. If you want, you can see the video of the beginning of the reconstruction HERE.

Until now, the people working on the reconstruction of the orphanage have done a great job by already completing the ground floor, in which there will be five rooms for the kids, the kitchen and dining room.

I’m very happy with the work that was done until now, and most importantly, I’m very happy to have had the chance to participate in the reconstruction of the orphanage and in the supervision of the works. I believe that seeing and participating in first-person allows you to better understand the importance of the project and the joy of all the people who work with you because they put a lot of effort and passion in order to see the orphanage done as soon as possible.

Regarding the time period of the works, the ground floor is expected to be finished by the end of June, before the monsoon season, so that the kids will have a safe and solid place to stay. The second part of the work, which consists in building the second floor of the orphanage will begin in September 2017 and is expected to end by the end of November 2017.

If you want to participate in a volunteer trip in Nepal next fall you can write an email to me or leave a message below or on inbox me on Facebook. You can find more information on the volunteer trip here.

Thanks everyone who is making this project possible!

Photo by Jonathan H. Lee

Photo by Francesco Giachi

Photo by Orion Haas

Photo by Francesco Giachi

Photo by Francesco Giachi

Photo by Francesco Giachi

Photo by Orion Haas
Photo by Jonathan H. Lee

Photo by Francesco Giachi

Photo by Jonathan H. Lee
Photo by Jonathan H. Lee
Photo by Jonathan H. Lee
Photo by Jonathan H. Lee
Photo by Jonathan H. Lee
Photo by Jonathan H. Lee

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Photo by Orion Haas, Jonathan H. Lee, Francesco Giachi and Valentina Nessi

 

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