Aim of the association :
Jayandra asbl started our travels through the Nepal in 2001, delighted by this so mountainous, full of courage and patience population.Then, we wanted to continue to try to help the Nepalese people in the manner most just as possible. Each year, we are back, and we have increased the number of projects (project of water, electricity, construction of toilets, help to schools).
We had the chance to explore this fabulous country during a first site with an association of Brussels called "Contact J". Returning from this experience, our "Jayandra" association was created to, first of all, to continue core project (project of water in the village of Mandredhunga), and then to develop a small family orphanage in the country. This is how all whole It is certain that action in a foreign country is not always simple, it including learning to adapt to cultural differences and understand their way of life.
We also realize that they are not our facilities daily. To better acceptance and to build all our projects, we learned their the language. Therefore, what we have been busy since 2002. We operate, we also, in our pace, and after having worked primarily in three small villages (Mandredhunga, Tatopani and Ashrang), we launch to date in a further project: the implementation of an orphanage.
It is as volunteers that we are each year on-site. It is obvious that this financial aspect may change to start our projects with a expatriate in place the first year. For the staff of the orphanage, our team is already any prepared and excited soon to welcome our small orphans. We discuss many of our project and how best to proceed. So each project is decided by a Nepalese Committee.
Gifts usage :
In collaboration with "Solidarity To Nepali People NGO" (Nepalese NGOs that we have created a few years ago) we have opened our doors to accommodate twelve orphans in our beautiful house in the village of Khairinitar.
Khairinitar is located 25 km from Pokhara. Our House is a place for children. On the first visit, it contained 8 large rooms, 25 m² each. After redevelopment and to date, the House has 11 pieces. Each room is designed to provide space for the activities necessary to the development of the children in care. One of the huge benefits of this home is attributed to it. We have land with an area of 1 hectare.
In parallel, a team of 3 people was hired to supervise full-time dozen orphans, and manage the adjacent actions to this project. For the sake of continuity and autonomy, much of the land is for culture of vegetables. To date, we have already planted the but, beans, lentils, apples of land, spinach, of the ail…We also have 10 hens soon provide eggs for the children.
These actions we will soon realize significant savings, and to provide children with a food balanced in an environment healthy, while respecting the nature and what it can offer. When finances permit, we plan to establish a unit for production of natural gas (see following), gas produced by livestock feces.
This project will provide energy self-sufficiency for the cooking of meals. One of the pillars of our project is to teach the children some techniques of agriculture and livestock, allowing them to evolve and become self-sufficient.
All profits collected via the bias of all our events and companion of which are reverse in their entirety a l orphanages and the various projects that we are on the spot. To date we n have that very can of spawning (300 euro per ticket d aircraft to support our project leaders when they go to place, they are 3 and finance the rest with their own means).
The cost estimates per child and per month and more or less 80 euro all included.