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Another School!

News from our Water project for remote schools in Nepal: another school! ♡♡ We found another remote school we can help with the donations collected over the past few months!! We went on site on the 2nd of January and here is the story!! ♡♡ Location: Doban school is quite difficult to access and is

Meet Yosl

Meet Yosl. Melbourne resident and student at University High School. Earlier this year Yosl felt a calling to do something significant to contribute to his global family on the other side of the world. Yosl fundraised and exceeded his target with the help of family and friends. Thank you Yosl for showing such incredible initiative

Water for Schools Fundraising

Our Australian director and ambassador Marjorie Hau has started a fundraising in Melbourne. Her new project “water for schools” aims at collecting money to bring water for remote schools in Nepal. Believe it or not, some Nepali schools don’t have access to any water, whether it is water for children to drink or water to use

2017 Flood Appeal

Our friend and mentor, Prakash Ojha has just returned from flood affected regions of Southern Nepal with this field report. Please give what you can. Thankfully the death toll isn’t as high as the earthquake 2 years ago, but they have not even begun to recover from that disaster event and already we are gearing

Water project completed!

CASD is excited to announce that our water project in the Nepal village of Khaireni is now officially complete! The water storage and distribution system is now in full use by the households of Khaireni and a ceremony with CASD team members was held to commemorate the occasion. The completed water distribution system provides the villagers

CASD donates school supplies

As part of it’s ongoing support of the Ghusel community CASD has donated books, pens, pencils, writing/drawing paper and toys to the lower school of Ghusel. These items will provide the teachers with much-needed teaching supplies. The supplies were delivered to the school by CASD team member Chris Shaw on his recent trip to Nepal.