On Baishak 14th 2074 (27th April 2017), at DCWC Community Hospital, Rajbash, Kavre. One day free Health Camp on Eye/Cataract, Gynae and General Check-Up), Organized By DCWC Community Hospital, Rajbash, Kavre.

Completed Projects

DCWC Nepal has conducted different types of social development and community benefitted works in the rural places of Nepal to mitigate their needs in some extent. The following are the works carried out by this social organization in the community:

A. Conduction of Women literacy classes in Bhaktapur and Kavre districts of Nepal from 2002 to 2007. 

B. Distribution of clothes – we have collected clothes both new and used from Switzerland, UK, Czech Republic and United States and distributed to the remote community to make them warm and happy. This work is continuing till date.

C. Construction of community school buildings – we basically construct school buildings in remote and poor community having no access to draw donors to build their schools. The following are the school buildings constructed by this organization in different districts of Nepal.

LIST OF CONSTRUCTION COMPLETED SCHOOL

School-1
Name of School: Chetana Primary School
Location: Nagarkot VDC in Bhaktapur district.
Donated by: DCWC in Switzerland and Coordinated by Stephan & Isabel
The first school to be completed by DCWC was funded by Stephan and Isabel who helped Akka to establish DCWC back in 2000. The school was completed and opened in June 2004

School-2
Name of School: Tashi Bal Bikas Primary School
Location: Nagre Gagarche VDC ward no. 4, Kavre district.
Donated by: DCWC in Scotland and Eddie Moore
Only the second school to be completed by DCWC Scotland was Bal Bikas which was funded by the wonderful Eddie Moore. Eddie felt strongly this was something he needed to do and funded the entire project himself. The school was completed and opened in December 2004.

School-3
Name of School: Kalika Malika Primary School
Location: Nagre Gagarche VDC ward no. 9, Kavre district.
Donated by: DCWC Nepal (UK) with cash assistance from Phillipa Dalglish-Reid
Kalika Malika School was opened on 30th April 2006 and was the first school completed solely with funds raised in the UK. A sizable donation was made by Phillipa Dalglish-Reid and we though it appropriate that this should be recognized on the plaque of our first school opening. The school was opened by a group who had done our Everest base camp trek in 2006. Once they had returned from the mountains they made the 9 hour journey, 5 hours by 4-wheel drive and 4 hours walking to reach the village.

School-4
Name of School: Tama Khani Primary School
Location: Nagre Gagarche VDC ward no. 4, Kavre district.
Donated by: DCWC Nepal (UK) with cash assistance from Phil Hanson
Tama Khani School was opened on 13th April 2007. Trustee Phil Hanson had decided after a visit the previous year to Nepal that he would like to raise some funds himself to build a school. Phil contributed around half the funding of this school and was recognized with the naming on the plaque. The school was opened by a group had come to Nepal to do a charity Tibet trip and short trek in the Everest region. This trip was a particularly long one, having set out from Kathmandu at 6.00am the group only arrived at the village at 5.00pm. This was the first project being filmed by documentary maker Jason Graham from Cozmic TV.

School-5
Name of School: Batuk Bhairab Primary School
Location: Bhimphedi VDC ward no. 4, Makawanpur district.
Donated by: DCWC Nepal (UK) with cash assistance Dave Jennings & UAP
Batuk Bhairab School was opened on 7th May 2007. This was the first school built by Bury based door hardware company UAP. Company owner Dave Jennings had attended one of our auctions the previous November and liked what he saw. After being impressed with our presentation Dave made an incredible offer to build a series of 5 UAP schools over the next few years. The school was opened by the DCWC Nepal Everest base camp trek 2007 group and in particular Sean Wilson (Martin Platt of Coronation street fame). Sean had joined the trip as part of the documentary being filmed by Jason Graham, which was also receiving considerable funding from Dave Jennings and UAP.

School-6
Name of School: Chaurikhola Primary School
Location: Nagre Gagarche VDC ward no. 7, Kavre district.
Donated by: DCWC Nepal (UK) with cash assistance from Dave Jennings & UAP
Chaurikhola School was opened on 30th August 2007. This was the second school built by Bury based door hardware company UAP. After completing the first UAP school they were keen to get the next one underway as soon as possible. The site for our fourth school had the rare opportunity in Nepal of having enough space for a football pitch. With Dave being a keen football fan we hatched the plan to have as part of the school opening, a football competition and a health camp. we were very fortunate to secure the services of Brian Kilcline as part of the DCWC football team and Brian made a fine contribution to the documentary which continued to be filmed there. The school was opened by Ben Jennings, son of company owner Dave Jennings.

School-7
Name of School: Khanda Devi Secondary School
Location: Nagre Gagarche VDC ward no. 5, Kavre district.
Donated by: Namaste Nepal (DCWC Nepal), Czech Republic
In Czech Republic we have a sister organization called “Namaste Nepal”, run by the very selfless and wonderful Tomas Baranek and friends. Tomas is a topographer and travel book writer and his many travels to the Himalayan region brought him to Nepal where he met Akka and set up the charity back in Czech Republic. Tomas holds all kinds of exhibitions and fund raising projects in and around Prague and also in Slovakia. The school was completed and opened in April 2008.

School-8
Name of School: Darga Primary School
Location: Gaushwara VDC ward no. 2, Ramechhap district.
Donated by: DCWC Nepal (UK) with cash assistance from Cleveleys Park Methodist Church
Shree Darga primary School was opened on 14th April 2008. Funding for the school was donated by the kind people of Cleveleys park Methodist church and was co-ordinated by DCWC Nepal trustee James Wilson. The school was opened James and several volunteers from the church who had gone out to Nepal to help the charity and to open the school. Despite a gruelling ascent to reach the school the party eventually made it up there successfully.

School-9
Name of School: Sunkoshi Primary School
Location: Madan Kundari VDC ward no. 8, Kavre district.
Donated by: DCWC Nepal (UK) with cash assistance from HSBC Bank
Shree Sunkoshi Primary School was opened on 8th May 2008. Funding for the school was donated by HSBC bank and in particular Andy Collins, regional manager of HSBC based in Preston. The amount raised to build the school was raised at a charity ball held in Manchester in which DCWC Nepal was fortunate enough to be one of the recipients. The school was opened by the members of the Everest base camp trek 2008.

School-10
Name of School: Antarastriya Yuba Barsa Lower Secondary School
Location: Lakhanpur VDC ward no. 1, Ramechhap district.
Donated by: DCWC Nepal (UK) with cash assistance from Dave Jennings & UAP
Antarastriya Yuba Barsa Lower Secondary School was opened on 26th August 2008. This was the third school built by Bury based door hardware company UAP. For this school opening UAP employee Chris Pankhurst and his daughter Emma made the journey to Nepal. Despite not finding the terrain and the ascent to the school easy going, they stuck at it and reached it OK. Emma enjoyed the experience so much she is now planning to return to the village to do some teaching.

School-11
Name of School: Seti Devi Primary School
Location: Sanu Bangthali VDC ward no. 2, Kavre district.
Donated by: DCWC Nepal (UK) with cash assistance from Tim Kane memorial fund
Seti Devi Primary School was opened on 3rd October 2008. Whilst travelling in Tibet in 2007. It was told of the tragic news of the death of Tim Kane. I’d come to know Tim well over the previous year and he’d shown a keen interest in helping the charity with 2 trips planned to Nepal. Tim was killed whilst out cycling by a passing motorist. The funding for the school was raised from the funeral fund. We were very fortunate to have a Simon Booth, a cousin of Tims, go out to Nepal to open the school.

School-12
Name of School: Bokse Primary School
Location: Kattike Deurali VDC ward no. 9, Kavre district.
Donated by: DCWC Nepal (UK) with cash assistance from Steve Lowe & Fans of Accrington Stanley FC
Shree Bokshe Primary School was opened on 20th April 2009. The funding for the school was raised by fans of Accrington Stanley walking the 16 mile journey from Accrington to an away game at Rochdale. The project was co-ordinated by life long Accys fan Steve Lowe who is also a Radio DJ at BBC Radio Lancashire. Members of DCWC Nepal joined them for the walk to Rochdale. The school was opened by Jason Graham and Sean Wilson of DCWC Nepal.

School-13
Name of School: Kharpani Lower Secondary School
Location: Gaushwara VDC ward no. 3, Ramechhap district.
Donated by: DCWC in USA and Coordinated by Ron Silberman
DCWC is also very active in USA with two different areas working quite prominently to raise funds. In California Ron Silberman was responsible for obtaining funding for the school, which was opened on 22 April 2009 by UK trustee Jason Graham. Ron lives in Paradise (sounds very nice). Good work is also being done by Patrick and Karin Graney who live near Oakland. Also DCWC has good work being done down in Taos, New Mexico.

School-14
Name of School: Seti Devi Primary School
Location: Gaushwara VDC ward no. 4, Ramechhap district.
Donated by: DCWC Nepal (UK) with cash assistance from UAP / Sean Wilson
Seti Devi Primary School was opened on 23rd April 2009. This was the fourth school built by Bury based door hardware company UAP and in recognition of Seans input to the charity and to UAP, Dave gave the school over to Sean for him to dedicate it to. Sean dedicated the school to his children, Maisie and Callum. The School was opened by Sean himself as part of a week long visit with Gary Collier and Jason Graham to oversee DCWC Nepal projects in rural areas. Jason was again armed with the HD camera selflessly recording more footage of the charities work.

School-15
Name of School: Pratibha Primary School
Location: Makwanpur Gadhi VDC ward no. 9, Makawanpur district.
Donated by: DCWC Nepal (UK) with cash Congleton High School
Shree Pratibha Primary School was opened on 7th May 2009. The funding for this school was raised by the very kind children of Congleton High School and was co-ordinated by teacher Caroline Eckersley. The children raised the money required by doing many different fund raising activities giving up much of their own personal time do this. The school was opened on behalf of DCWC Nepal by Peter and Luke Jones. Both had been with us last year to open HSBCs school and had returned this year to do an ascent of Island Peak and to further involve themselves in DCWC Projects.

School-16
Name of School: Baikalpik Primary School
Location: Nagre Gagarche VDC ward no. 2, Kavre district.
Donated by: DCWC Nepal (UK) with cash assistance from The Arnewood School & Carisbrooke High School
Baikalpik Primary School was opened on 3rd August 2010. The funding for this school was raised by the very kind children of The Arnewood School and Carisbrooke High School and was coordinated by teacher Mike Gough. The children raised the money required by doing many different fund raising activities giving up much of their own personal time do this. The school was opened by a selection of the students themselves.

D. A 15 bed DCWC Community Hospital is build and in operation having medical staffs lead by Medical Doctor and equipped with X-ray, Lab Facilities, Pharmacy, 24 hour Emergency, OPD and In Patient services. The extension and improvement plans are still in progress. DCWC, UK managed the funds to build the hospital; Rotary Club, Black pool supported the medical equipments for the hospital and MODUS is providing the operations costs for the hospital since 2010.

E. A Pharmacy building is constructed with the kind help of American people at the premises of the DCWC community hospital.

F. Children Sponsorship Program – This program is running since 2007 with the kind support from the citizens of Czech Republic. More than 200 children are directly benefiting from this education project. In this project, children are being helped by providing full stationeries, school uniforms, shoes and others cschool fees and primary medications. This project is ongoing till now.

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