Perthshire charity helping reconstruct village after Nepal earthquake

Less than three weeks after promising to reconstruct the entire village of Archanbas, Bring Back the Smile to Nepal has actually put the wheels in motion on the project.

 

The charity s founder, Anna Gurung, visited the remote town throughout her current check out to Nepal.She stated: Archanbas is an extremely remote village in northern main Nepal.

 

It rests on the top of a steep hill and is very challenging to reach. The people there have received no assistance since the earthquake and had hardly any prospect of any.

 

They still revealed me so much heat and hospitality however, it was incredible.

 

The charity immediately commenced sourcing the essential products and arranging the tough transportation required to deliver to the village.

 

Within days, deal with the very first house had started. The whole community, even the children, turned out to assist.

Anna included: KB, our project supervisor in Nepal has been hectic with the villagers of Archanbas shipping materials, digging foundations, creating steel truss frames and rebuilding walls ruined by last year’s earthquake.

 

The Wi-Fiis patchy and slow, so we weren’t sure how long it would be till we received some pictures.

 

So we were thrilled when the first photographs showed up. Work is well underway and we hope to have the entire town completed, prior to the development of the monsoon weather in late October or early November.

 

Restore the Smile to Nepal was begun following the natural disaster in April 2015, which saw a 7.8-magnitude earthquake rock Nepal.

 

Anna and her partner Sanu, who live in Kenmore, have family members in the Darachok district of the country.

 

They at first dealt with a nervous 72-hour wait to learn if their household had actually endured.

 

The set began raising funds to send out to the country and were provided charitable status in September.