Posts in category Reconstruction

KSP activity report #4 – Fall 2...

School in the back ground

Khumbila Samrakshhan Pratisthan is very proud to present its 4th report following the relief works made after the Earthquake of April 2015. The foundation has also made progress with its longer term commitments and its missions to better the lives of the mountain people through culture, training and providing basic needs. In this edition we […]

KSP launches new solidarity programs


KSP started a Humanitarian program in Autumn 2015 to start rebuilding homes in one of the many villages affected by the earthquake of 25 April and May 12, 2015. Two groups of four French came every two weeks during the month of November. They were integrated into the life of a Nepalese family and village […]

KSP stepping up efforts after the mon...

KSP stepping up efforts after the monsoon

With the end of the monsoon, Khumbila foundation has re-started it efforts in providing relief to the earthquake affected people and areas. Projects in progress Lukla is the gateway village to the world-renowned Everest region, where thousands of tourists and locals arrive every year by mountain flights. Reputed to be one of the most dangerous […]

Rebuilding is underway


Tourism, the key enabler for reconstruction As we continue with the relief efforts we are also focusing on our missions by creating projects that will help many more people in the mountains. At the current stage as villagers start to rebuild their homes KSP understands their need of financial aid to purchase materials and pay […]

Khumjung Monastery donation


As part of KSP’s objective to preserve the cultural environment of the mountain people, Pack Paddle and Ski have accepted our request to donate $1000 to the Khumjung Monastery. The monastery is one of the oldest monasteries in the region and houses one of the ‘Head of Yeti”. It is also an important hub for […]