|2||Rajesh B. Shrestha||$10|
|9||Prabin Chandra subedi||$25|
|19||Pragya Uprety and Suraj Thapa||$50|
|29||Youn Kyoung Kim||$50|
Made in Nepal Challenge is a Facebook campaign organized by Nepal Rising to commemorate the 2nd anniversary of the devastating earthquake that hit Nepal on April 25, 2015.
The purpose of this challenge is to build local and global collaboration through social media platform to raise friends and funds as well as have fun while we support community resilience initiatives in Nepal.
We invite you to join us and be a part of this resilience story!
1. POST a picture of something you own that is made in Nepal.
2. COPY/PASTE "the viral message" with the photo. Include the hashtag #MadeInNepalChallenge.
3. TAG 10 friends and challenge them to do the same.
4. DONATE using the link on the "viral message".
Here's the Viral Message
I am participating in the #MadeInNepalChallenge to commemorate the 2nd Nepal Earthquake Anniversary.
This is my made in Nepal. What’s yours?
I challenge you to flaunt YOUR picture of something that is made in Nepal and DONATE to Nepal Rising. Your contribution will collectively impact 900 children, 1800 women and 2300 families in Nuwakot & Sindhupalchowk districts.
COPY & PASTE THIS MESSAGE and CHALLENGE 10 FRIENDS to do the same.
SCHOOL REBUILDING PROJECTS
Bag Bachala Primary School
Baanspani, Khadgabhanjyang VDC - 3, Nuwakot
Mahadevstan Secondary School, Haibung, Sindupalchowk
More information: http://www.nepalrising.org/news/project-haibung
Neel Saraswati School Phase II
More Information: http://www.nepalrising.org/news/nepal-school-rebuilding-project
Sustainable Community Farming Project - Seeds for Resilience
Women Entrepreneurship Project
More Information: http://nepalrising.org/news/wreap-palpa
Tablet for Resilience
Two years after the earthquake, children in many areas still do not have a safe space to learn. Further, the earthquake has taken an emotional toll among children in Nepal. The purpose of the project therefore, is to provide a technology-based solution targeted to children, through a tablet project "Tablet for Resilience", in two earthquake affected schools in Nuwakot district in Nepal.
The goals of the project are to:
The proposed project is targeted to reach approximately 300 children and 500 families in Nuwakot.
Since technology-based solutions have been showing a tremendous potential value to reduce mental health burden, we believe schools to be an ideal setting to implement intervention targeted to address trauma among children. The proposed school-based technological intervention will support trauma-related psychological problems among children and positively impact their ability to learn in the classroom. After the successful completion of this two-year pilot project, we hope to replicate it to other schools in Nuwakot and Sindhupalchowk districts.