Podobně jako v uplynulých letech také v sobotu 5. září 2015 na multietnickém festivalu Barevná planeta na Mírovém náměstí v Ústí nad Labem můžete navštívit náš stánek s prodejem zboží z Nepálského obchůdku.
Children in Simthali visit four schools. Some buildings still stand, some have collapsed, actual condition will be assessed by statics experts. Estimated costs to build one new classroom are 180,000 CZK (7,500 USD).
Before the earthquake this spring the inhabitants of Simthali lived in 469 houses, there were 4 schools for children and a local health post where people could come to consult their illnesses. The earthquake has changed everything.
From 15th Jun to 3rd July 2015 the cultural centre of Zašová held a photo exhibition of Dominika Kobzová and Lukáš Bártek from Nepal. During the exhibition there were also presentations on Nepal and the life after the earthquake.
After hard work in Simthali the Czech team has moved to Anaikot where the first Czech Bamboo School had been built. Although the school itself survived the earthquake, most of the houses of the villagers were either damaged or destroyed.
The members of Namaste Nepal, volunteer specialists together with a ČRo (Czech Radio) cameraman went to Nepal to assess the actual condition of the buildings in selected mountain villages of the Kavre district. Simthali, Dahoo, Anaikot and Mahadevtar are the focus of our aid.