Projek Namaste


The expression “Namaste” is about honouring the person and redeeming her essential humanity of goodness and dignity. It is about celebrating our common humanity in desiring and bringing about the wellbeing of all of us. Projek Namaste is an expression of Awful Grace that seeks to raise the dignity of affected communities who through circumstance or economics, have significant need for basic aid.
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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

More than 300 children were engaged across three locations, with therapeutic and learning activities, as well as the provision of primary health and dental care, dispensing of vitamins, deworming tablets, eye drops, toothpaste, tooth brush, shampoo and soap. These children were also prepared to return to school with the distribution of school backpack s and school supplies like uniforms, writing pads and pencils. An added bonus was the opportunity to visit the men and women in Pokhara Prison (Kashki) where we ran the medical and dental clinics for 420 inmates.

Since 2017, one of the pillars of our focus in Nepal is in the area of Sustainable Community Development. Our Nepal efforts achieved two objectives, the first was to fulfil our commitment of running a mobile clinic in Kathmandu, Chitwan and Pokhara. The second was to launch the community development project which enabled 20 families in Chitwan to start their own goat farms for sustainable livelihood. 15 volunteers from Singapore joined hands with more than 12 volunteers from Nepal to complete the mission.

Awful Grace Reports

2018  Year in Review

2017 Year In Review

Channel News Asia (CNA)

Children of Nepal 2016

Children of Nepal

At Awful Grace, one of the pillars of our focus in Nepal is in the area of Sustainable Community Development.

SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

The 2017 mission achieved two objectives, the first was to fulfil our commitment of running a mobile clinic in Kathmandu, Chitwan and Pokhara. The second was to launch the community development project which enabled 20 families in Chitwan to start their own goat farms for sustainable livelihood. 15 volunteers from Singapore joined hands with more than 12 volunteers from Nepal to complete the mission.

In all, more than 300 children were engaged across three locations, with therapeutic and learning activities, as well as the provision of primary health and dental care, dispensing of vitamins, deworming tablets, eye drops, toothpaste, tooth brush, shampoo and soap. These children were also prepared to return to school with the distribution of school backpack s and school supplies like uniforms, writing pads and pencils. An added bonus was the opportunity to visit the men and women in Pokhara Prison (Kashki) where we ran the medical and dental clinics for 420 inmates.

Read our 2017 Year In Review Report here.

If you wish to link hands with us by donating to this initiative, please email us at awed@awfulgrace.org