Seeds of Change Toilet Posse Build 114 Toilets


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.



With the help of additional funding from WeHelpNepal we are planning additional deliveries of toilets which prevent the spread of disease and provide both sanitation and dignity to those suffering such great loss do to the earthquakes.  The villagers work with us to do the work as they are very capable when given the resources. We thank all of the donors and the WeHelpNepal volunteers for their assistance in expanding our project.   Preventing disease as the monsoon rains come is crucial to the recovery of our country.



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  • Matheus Cerqueira
    commented 2017-05-25 05:30:39 -0700
    I really enjoyed this subject! The site below will help a lot !!
  • Alexia Salgado
    commented 2016-03-09 13:13:47 -0800
    Simply fantastic this campaign! Nepal Our brothers need our total aid to rise again!
  • Phurpa Tamang
    commented 2015-07-11 02:54:49 -0700
    Dhading is in the western of Kathmandu valley. It is good to help people in need. Of course this time everyone is difficult situation. If one does the work of toilets building help and others by any other parts of the house, that will come in a complete shape of the house. There are so many families in Kathmandu from the remote districts like Rasuwa and so on in search of job and children to send in good schools. These families are now in more difficult situation. Where to get rooms for them? But no one is supporting them. If the donors could reach their eye to such families, it will be also a meaningful of help to the quake victims.