Posts about Organisational activities
The tourism committee plans to provide training to the local members of the community to increase their awareness about the project and help them better understand how they can meet the needs of the visitors who come to tour the local area.
Can you find examples of similar community-based training programs that help teach the importance of environmental responsibility as well as ways to promote a safe, friendly and comfortable environment for our visitors to enjoy their stay in Nepal?
Please share your ideas or resources to help us develop this training program.
The local community has agreed on the need for a conveniently located tourism information center. For this task, we are seeking assistance in defining what types of information, materials or other items should be made available at the information center to welcome incoming visitors and help orient them to our community.
The first tourists have now trekked through Sankhuwasabha and visited various sites around Khandbari. One of the recommendations received was for the tourism committee to work on developing specific tourism packages.
The tourism committee would very much like to view examples of tourism packages already offered throughout Nepal. As a tourist, what do you look for in a tourism package? Help us find good examples to assist us in developing our own.
We've had a ton of great posts over the last number of months with a ton of leads to possible funders, partners, information, etc.
What we need now is ORGANIZATION.
We need a volunteer with a few hours to spare to go through all the posts in Buterere and make a document categorizing and listing each link, address, phone number, contact person, etc.
If you have organizational skills, PLEASE lend a hand with this.
This space will be used for sharing general project information and updates that do not fit into the designated tasks above. If you have information to share and do not see a place for it, please share it here.
Drop out, leaving school after mid day break and uneffective teaching learning in school are major problem in our community school. Mostly girls and students from underprivellaged group drop out every year.
Food shortages are a great concern in our village. During the dry season, our village is often struck by serious drought conditions which destroy crops in the fields often leaving people helpless - with no food in stores or gardens. The major source of income in our community is agriculture, but even so, this is practiced on a very small scale due to lack of capital and technical knowledge. Many families survive on one meal a day. A report recently indicated that "Because of the inflated prices, most households spent 51% of their income on food.
We are looking for a volunteer to build the capacity of our health centre staff to provide lab services in the health centre. We are asking neighbours to support us in this with any information or resource person we can work with towards this