Thursday, June 25, 2015

EEF - relief aid campagin 2015

Dear all,

Welcome (Namaste)!

PREMS NEPAL TREK (PNT) in Pokhara is a local company founded by a couple of trekking guides:

Prem Rai and Maina Rai including their professional and honest Sherpa guide members are working for the people and communities impacted from the natural disasters in the various part of Nepal.  Their profession and income source is trekking/tour guiding thru – the Himalayas of Nepal.
This company aim to bring supports for schools, orphans, financially poor students. We accept any donations financial and material etc…

There is a local team called; EEF (earthquake emergency fund) – relief aid campaign 2015, been working in the midst of heavily impacted-misery communities by supplying foods and materials.

Your donation is very welcome and highly appreciated. We as a small team but energetic and dedicated one to bring directly each your support and supplies to the real affected people and areas without any long and headache process between… PNT and EEF’s banking details are:

A/C No: 18-1893645-01

Posted on April 30/2015
From the “tragic, heart-rending and devastating quake” on 25th April 2015 in Nepal, There are millions people affected, and thousands died!!
In this bitterly and naturally created situation, each-other need helping hands. Millions people from several countries around the
World are sending their greatest support to Nepal and Nepali!! The rescue teams are totally dedicated to rescue the affected people. Don’t know, how long will it take yet. The dead bodies already started rotting under ruined buildings!!
I know it is my also duty to help someone in such a situation, so my company as Prems Nepal Trek and Restoration Church, Pokhara are coordinating to bring some helps  to the needy people.
We have collected some funds from our brothers and sisters around the World. We are going to bring it to the various places in Nepal. Pastor Sanjeep Thapa and youths are involved as volunteers. On behalf of Prems Nepal Trek, will go myself and some guides are joining.
Now; we welcome all those who will to spread their helping hands with generous heart, because of it someone will get food to eat and sleep warmly… pls click the link here…

Posted on April 30/2015
Date: May 3rd 2015;- with a team of Pastor Sanjeep Thapa Bijay Rai Saroj Gotame, Maina my wife and I brought things like dry food items, clothes for children, tents, mattresses etc at Bohoragaon of Ghorkha dist. It is about 80 km far in the east of Pokhara. Where, there are nearly 90% houses collapsed, fortunately no one killed. Because, it happened in mid-day and everyone went to the fields and at least elderly people and children also were outside of the house.
It was good trip, we had great chances to see the lovely children, give them clothes and other items, and their parents. 34 families (167 members) are benefited from this distribution.
And we are continued to Lalitpur, and on 4th we will distribute things the needy people there and will return to Pokhara same day and we've been praying for the next trip to Nuwakot nearer to Kathmandu. For more…

Date: 04/05/2015
With the same team, we went to Ruddhreshor height at Budhanilakantha, in the north of Kathmandu. Most of the families are living in the tents and cooking and eating outside. 50% houses are standing but you cannot live in, all of them badly cracked and partly fallen.
A leader of this village as Mr. Rabindra Baidhya said, they even have not heard about the government is providing a relief aid to the affected people of Kathmandu! Even no single media person has visited over there. He said; our team was the first, who have made a visit to this village and distributed so basic needs like our team provided: blankets, mattresses, tents and dry food items for 25 families (93 members), and we did a visit to the earthquake victims at Teaching Hospital and gave packed juice and dry food for 27 members.
It went a blessing trip, if you would give us a more chances to serve these needy people thus way, you directly may contact me in Nepal.

Posted on May 15/2015
Date: 11-05-2015,
Dear all fellows, sisters, brothers and all well-wishers to this earthquake relief aid program. Because of your best efforts my team members have come to held the successful programs at the following places. We delivered all cereal items to three different places of Gorkha dist.
1. Panch Kilometer village 90 km far from Pokhara
2. Garaapani village in the distance of 116 km
3. Machhapokhari Baguwa village 131 km away of Pokhara.
The relief packages were delivered for 104 households and 450 family members. There are 95% of houses are damaged and the remaining are also not stay able in. There are thousands of people are suffering with hunger. They need roof to survive under. Their children are unsure for future; they are mentally also bad impacted.

So, these people need your prayers, helping hands and generous heart, my team are working among them, but without your support it's impossible to bring some smile on their faces.
Our next relief aid program is; on Sunday 17th May 2015, to Budhathum VDC, ward No: 4, Lakhuwa village of Dhading.

There are 150 households and 650 family members. Additionally; we are willing to deliver same think to a village of Gorkha and Tanahu as well (35 household). We will bring cereal items mostly and some clothes for children. For more info…

Posted on May 19/2015
Dear Fellows, brothers and sisters around the Word, first of all thank you so much for your everlasting love, care, support and generosity for the terribly affected communities in the different part of Nepal. Our two days program on (May 17 and 18, 2015) went tremendously success.
As our target to approach the remote areas, currently our team reached at Budhathum VDC of Dhading dist. By the distance it is located 200 km away in the east of Pokhara. Exactly I have no idea, how many people are living over these villages. But the good news is; Praise God, we could deliver the supplies as (rice, lentil, cooking oil, washing soap, biscuits, salt and clothes for children) for the families of 230 and 1,345 members. Even few families got 8 - 9 members a huge joint family!
As our previous plan was targeted for 150 to 160 families and 600 – 700 members, but all the donors sent us extra donation and we were able to deliver double supplies.

We had to drive mostly broad dirt road, I like to say it more “narrow mud road” and even we had to hike some hrs to get there. By 9:30 pm, we reached the place from where we distributed the supplies. While our supplies got off the vehicle, the youths from surrounding villages helped us to carry all the items to the distributing spot was the village development committee’s hall. Where, Nepal army camp is settled for a certain period, commanded by Warren Officer Mr. Surendra Limbu. He is an excellent officer. His team members were so helpful to protect all these items whole night and morning. The VDC secretary and WO2 Mr. Limbu’s team collected all the data of most affected families; accordingly all the supplies were delivered to these people.

Situation over there are heart-rending, seeing the misery of these people torn my heart!! Well, all Nepalese are affected from the quakes, even myself also did not sleep for many nights, still sometime suddenly I feel a big shake on chair, or bed or whatever when no quake!! 90-95% houses turned into rubble and the 10-5% seems standing but not stay able inside.
Our relief aid campaign is ongoing; so the next trip will be at below mentioned places of Gorkha dist, just near the Barpak and Laprak the first Epicenter of an earthquake. As my experienced everyone focused Laprak and Barpak and Sindhupalchok, Langtang and Charikot, because of everything is damaged over these places, yes it is I agree 100%, but you need to focus also the neighboring villages, where not real present of state and the media!!

Our target is bringing the supplies for 808 households. We will have to walk several hrs and days even. While getting off the vehicle/trucks at Sotikhola bazaar, Aarkhet, over there the EEF team will bring all items and deliver them to the villagers above mentioned, and will carry it themselves to their villages.

1. Baseri VDC’s Bhaisegaon – 120 household,
2. Lapa VDC’s Lapubesi village – 100 household,
3. Lapa VDC’s Bhirkuna village – 94 household,
4. Lapa VDC’s Labu village – 200 household,
5. Mangbu VDC’s Dhunchet village – 260 household,
6. Arbang village – 34 household,
Total household: 808 households
EEF - team is humbly appeal all to donate the quakes victims, because of your each support, someone may have some food to survive and get shelter to sleep under...

Posted on May 31/2015
As you know our EEF- relief aid campaign team is working in the midst of misery. It is an ongoing mission, for the 4th round of program is targeted to bring the supplies for 808 households, but we have very limited budget, obviously, without your support we may not reach the goal. So EEF team appeal for a donation to all families, friends, well-wishers, sisters and brothers, any organizations around the world. We are a group of small team, but one thing very clear is; any donation we got is directly brought to the real affected places and communities (specially in the remote areas) without any long and headache-full processes between...


Dear Fellows, brothers and sisters around the Word, first of all thank you so much for your everlasting love, care, support and generosity for the terribly affected communities in the different part of Nepal. Our three days program on (June 22, 23 and 24, 2015) went success.

As our target to approach the remote areas, currently our supplies reached at Lapu and Gumda Village Development Committee (VDC) of Gorkha dist. It is also known as Manaslu region or Budigandaki valley one of the most famous trekking trail in Nepal.

By the distance it is located 180 km away in the east of Pokhara. Approximately there are 510 households and 2,700 individuals. We were not able to bring all these items to every village because of already monsoon affected the road and very difficult to access. So we asked all of them to come at Sotikhola 1 – 2 hrs hike and received these supplies.

Oh! they looked so beautiful carrying their typical Dokos (baskets) and very happy to receive those items we distributed.

Praise God, we could deliver the supplies as (rice, lentil, cooking oil, instant noodles, biscuits, salt and tents for 35 families).

Total villages that benefitted from our relief aid program are;

1.    Thanti village (ward no 1)
2.     Poundu village (warn no 2)
3.    Besigaon (ward no 3)
4.    Bheerkuna village (ward no 4)
5.    Lapu sirangaon (ward no 5)
6.    Khanigaon (ward no 6)
7.    Lapubesi (ward no 7)
8.    Lapumajhgaon (ward no 8)
9.    Laputhulogaon (ward no 9)

1.    Khanebesi village (ward no 5)

EEF relief aid campaign team will continue to work; the next working plan is “rebuild homes for homeless”. There are urgently in need of homes for numerous homeless families in the various places across the country. The monsoon is bringing heavier rain, so we have to arrange it as soon as possible...

I have been on fur missions trips with Prem in Nepal and have seen him in action.He is a Godly man and committed to helping the Nepalese people and sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ with them while doing that. I can't recommend him enough! He is the "real deal"!

(2) Daybyday Carmen Bensusan
Gracias a todos por participar en el Taller de Cup Cakes el pasado sábado. Recogimos 105 € y yo puse un poco más para mandar 300 € a nuestro amigoPrem Rai en Nepal. Fue un momento muy emotivo en correos y espero verme allí pronto de nuevo para hacer otra transferencia. Gracias de nuevo a todos mis alumnos, madres, padres y profesores por colaborar con Daybyday Carmen Bensusan
Otra mañana de éxito en Daybyday Carmen Bensusan Taller de Cup Cakes
Hemos recaudado 105€ esta semana así que mandaré 210€ a Prem Rai en Nepal.
Another successful morning at daybyday cupcake Workshop. We've collected 105€ so I will be sending 210€ to Prem in Nepal.

(3) Sugar & Spice Cafe - Fort William
One of the Charities that will benefit from tonight's fundraiser. Please watch the video. I met Prem Rai in Nepal in 2004, he and his local team are doing amazing work on the ground in some of the remote areas that were devastated by the recent earthquakes.
If anyone would still like to donate we will have a collection box in the restaurant until the end of June x

(4) Hillary Rai Anna Walkinshaw
Prem- the work you are doing is just incredible. We hope that the money transferred today will help you carry on helping others in need. To all of you tagged (and the friends you brought along) thanks again- you can see on prem's facebook page the work he and his family are doing to rebuild affected communities. Thanks also to western union for no charges for Nepal transfers.

Contact person in Nepal:

Prem Rai
Lakeside - 6, Pokhara, Nepal.

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