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World Expeditions Community Project 2010

World Expedition Community Project April 2010

Kushudebu Public Health Mission with the financial support by 16 group members has started the construction of Staff quarter through the World Expedition Program 2010 and construction will be expected to be completed within a month.

World Expedition 2010

Participant of World Expedition 2010

Mr. Ang Tsering Sherpa, President of Kushudebu public health mission leaded the trackers of 16 members. Initially the journey became very challenging as all the flights to Phaplu was cancelled due to scheduled maintenance of radar at Trivuban International airport at Kathmandu. So we planned our journey to Medical center by bus. The route was planned from Kathmandu to Ramechhap then to Phaplu and finally Medical center. As Ramechhapa is undeveloped rural place, there is no any good facility of lodging and fooding. But we should be very thankful to our guest that they did not made any complain instead they were very happy and enjoying the adventure. After this unforgettable journey to Ramechhapa, next day we took flight to Phalpu and reached to Medical center.

Photo from welcome ceremony

Photo from welcome ceremony

Local people welcoming guests with Sherpa Song

The welcome program was organized by the local villager on the next day. And in next 3 days 16 group members had participated in different construction including walling the compound, tiling the floor, painting the ceiling and walls. We on the behalf of Kushudebu Public health Mission Nepal would like to thank all the group members and travel doctors for their help and participation the development of Medical Center.

Preparing ground floor of the Staff Quarter for tiling

Painting sealing and wall of the top floor of Staff quarter

Building the compound wall of Staff quarter

Floor of the Staff Quarter being filled with stone for tiling

On the final day a Farewell dinner program was organized on the honor of the travel doctor and during the program the help of the travel doctors was appreciated with the letter of appreciation.

Chief Lama from Serlo Monstery, thanking the group by offering Khada(White scarf) during the tea program at Serlo Monastery

Honoring guests by appreciation letter during Farewell Dinner

With financial support from the travel doctor, Kushudebu Public Health Mission has made necessary arrangement for the construction of interior of the staff quarter building. The necessary wood for the construction will be arranged from the local community forest where as tiles, cement and other necessary materials are planned to import from Kathmandu.

We would like to thank all the doctors and world expedition party who have provided us the financial support for the construction work and also like to thank the entire participants who are coming to Nepal for participating in the world expedition community project 2010 on April.

Photo from World Expeditions Community Project 2010

Stones being collected for construction of Staff Quater

Stones being collected for construction of Staff Quater

Local women grinding concretes for community project on April 2010

Local women collection sand from river for community project on April 2010

Wood work getting ready for communtiy project

Local people collecting wood from local forest

Local women grinding concretes for community project on April 2010

Cement and tiles has been delivered to medical center

Cement and tiles has been delivered to medical center

Community Project April 2010 Report

The chairman Mr Ang Tshering Sherpa of Kushudebu Public Health Mission Nepal, recently visited the medical centre after completing his trek with World Expeditions. During his visit, he interacted with locals, participated in the staff meeting and visited his relatives. He also consulted with the Head Lama and Principal of the Buddhist School regarding the incinerator project of Phunmoche Monastery, and made the planning for the community project to be held in August and October by World Expeditions.

With the help of the Travel Doctor and Wilderness School Adelaide, the construction work of the Kushudebu staff quarters are been completed. Kushudebu anticipates the staff quarters will be in use within the month.

Completed Work

  1. Completion of tiling of Ground floor
  2. Four of the rooms as well as kitchen and dining in top floor are been constructed
  3. Electric line and water supply been installed
  4. The wall of staff quarter has been constructed on ground

Completed Tiling on the floor

Newly constructed room at top floor

Newly constructed wall

Likewise the wood required for the furniture has been purchased by the locals for the following:

  1. Each staff room furnished with bed and furniture
  2. Furniture for kitchen and dining room
  3. Cupboards have been built for each rooms
  4. Staff quarter compound has been gardened with different plants
  5. The damaged wall of the old building has been renovated

Rooms furnished by bed and furniture

Local carpenters on the site

Plastering the walls

Renovated wall of the buliding

Planting Tree in the garden

We would like to thank all the donors for their great help and support in the development of the medical centre. We look forward to their continuous support and assistance.

Join with us for the World Expeditions Community Project 2010-2011

With the participation of Kushudebu Public Health Mission, World Expeditions and Dr Beau Beza (of Melbourne University Australia), the Incinerator Installation Project is going to be executed in Solukhumbu. The first phase will take place in Phunmoche Monastery where two incinerators are planned to be installed during September and October. Likewise in coming November 2010 and April 2011, incinerators are to be constructed at Takshindu Monastery and Chiwang Monastery.

With the help of Kushudebu public health mission, World Expedition and Dr Beau Beza (lecturer of Melbune University), Incinerator installation project is going to be executed in Solukhumbu. As the first phase, initially, in Phunmoche Monastery two incinerators is planned to be installed during September and October. Likewise in coming November 2010 and April 2011 it has been planned to construct incinerator at Talshindu Monastery and Chiwang Monastery.

The Project will help to keep the surroundings of the Monasteries clean and tidy by properly disposing wastage, providing a healthier environment. As well, the ash from the incinerator can be used as fertilizer in the fields. The Project has also planned a program for educating locals of the Solukhumbu regarding waste disposal. We would like to request the cooperation and help of the entire local community in making this Project a success.

Ang Tshering Sherpa
Kushudebu Public Health Mission Nepal

Takshindu Monastery

Takshindu Monastery

Old rubbish pit near the Monastery

Location of Incinerator Project and Head Monk

Location Incinerator Project

Chiwang Monastery

Ang Gelu Sherpa collecting information from Head Monk about the Monastery

Location Incinerator Project

Location of Incinerator Project and Head Monk

The preparation of Incinerator project that is going to be held on August and October 2010 is going on. The locals are arranging the necessary materials that can be found locally like sand, similarly other construction materials including cement, concrete are planned to be brought from Kathmandu and Head Carpenter also have placed order for these necessary construction materials.

Locals arranging sand

Local carrying sand

Pangkarma Village

Head Carpenter shopping for necessary Materials

Door of Incinerator

Door of Incinerator

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