#WeHelpNepal is funding Prakrit Ko Gar and their work delivering tents and solar lights to villages around Nepal. The organization's focus is on permaculture, and they have designed a locally-produced base for a composting toilet.
With the monsoon rains quickly approaching in Nepal, one of the main concerns is the spread of disease such as cholera and typhoid fever. Good sanitation is the key ingredient that can prevent the spread of disease. Since the earthquake Prokrit Ko Gar aka (aka Helter Shelter and ToDaLoo) has installed life saving composting toilets in 19 different communities.Read more
On May27th, 2015 a small group of people in coordination of Sandesh Poudel, Research manager at SOCF USA headed towards the eastern part of the Kathmandu Valley, focusing on earthquake victims in Goganpani, Dhading District, Nepal.
Most of the houses had been destroyed and the people are living under tents. The people were psychologically ill thinking that another big earthquake might hit Nepal and destroy what remained of their village.