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Barbara Adams Talk Series – Episode 2

February 23, 2018

Energy for All in Nepal by 2025: What Will It Take On February 22, 2018, Barbara Foundation organized Barbara Adams Talk Series –Episode 2, concluding with an energizing deliberation between distinguished panelists. The discussion titled “Energy for All in Nepal by 2025: What Will It Take” focused on Nepal’s energy potential, and a range of […]

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Barbara Adams Talk Series – Episode 1

December 26, 2017

On October 16, 2017, Barbara Foundation launched Barbara Adams Talk Series, with its maiden episode concluded with an energizing deliberation between distinguished panelists amid enthusiastic audience. The show was titled “Rapid Economic Transformation in Nepal:

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Sisaut Flood Relief

August 30, 2017

Nepal witnessed incessant rainfall in the second week of August 2017. The flooded rivers and streams inundated many districts in the eastern Terai. Saptari, Sarlahi, Rautahat and Chitwan were the worst affected districts that saw hundreds of deaths, thousands rendered homeless and millions lost in properties.

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Past Projects

Youth Volunteers Nepal (YVN) Program

December 30, 2017

Youth Volunteers Nepal (YVN) Program was the first major program of the Barbara Peace Foundation. It selected potential young people, provided them with training and sent them to a needy village to serve as a volunteer for one year. To achieve its mission YVN undertook the following activities

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Relief to Baitadi

December 29, 2017

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School in Baitadi

December 28, 2017

Having established safe, warm, secure homes and encouraging employment schemes the three villages have all been keen to better the education of their children. At Thamu Chamodia, BPF was asked to provide a building with three new classrooms for the existing school in the village.

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Barbara Peace Model Villages

December 27, 2017

After our distribution of goods to the community in Baitadi we decided we had to do something more. It was imperative that the community be provided with basic secure homes to protect them from the freezing winters and the flooding monsoon rains.

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