Emergency Flood Relief

Call for Emergency Flood Relief Aid, please support.

The heavy rain and flooding in Nepal over the last few weeks, due to the Monsoon, has not really reached our ears as we bask in summer temperatures of around 23 degrees here in Ireland.

We have received news from our Nepal colleagues that 78 houses in the Terai district have been totally damaged due to constant rain and flooding. 74 houses have been partially damaged. The following images are of families we support in Manara Village, whose homes have been destroyed.

Manara is one of villages which is part of our  Village Alive Programme  supported by Irish Aid.

Our work is focused in the Terai district of Nepal and so this is unsettling for us. Some of our village Self Help Group (SHG) members’ homes have been destroyed and damaged. Our SHG members support, encourage and assist other villagers who are struggling. They are a lifeline in the community.

If you would like to contribute towards rebuilding these homes, please make a donation here  and state Flood Relief Aid.

All Nepal Leprosy Trust staff, their families and all patients are fine.

If you would like more detail, please contact Vera at info@nlt.ie.

Nepal-Ireland Day, Farmleigh, 8th September 2019

Nepal-Ireland Day,  Farmleigh, 8th September 2019

Save the date: the forthcoming Nepal-Ireland Day is on 8th September 2019 in Farmleigh, Phoenix Park, Dublin. Time from 11am – 5pm.

This is a family day free of charge, a day of cultural events from both Nepalese and Irish artists.

Nepal-Ireland Day 2018 in Farmleigh. Image courtesy of Alison Irwin, Nepal Ireland Society 2019
Nepal- Ireland Day Farmleigh 2018. Photo courtesy of Alison Irwin, Nepal Ireland Society 2019.