Nepal is a country surrounded by the Himalayas, hills and the plain land. Most of the people live in the remote part of the country, who are below the poverty line due to lack of education, geographical isolation and lack of development of the fundamental needs. Children and infants’ mothers are dying untimely in the lack of nutritional foods.
Though the economic standard of this country is still crawling to develop, but the abundant wonderful landscape, forests, fauna and multiple natural resources have made this country rich and diverse. To address the above mentioned problems with sustainable plannings, Buddha Himal Development Association (BHDA) has been established in 2015. It is totally a non-commercial and social welfare organization. It tries to detect the backward territory, provide basic needs as education, health and promote self employment with the coordination with local groups of people. This organization bridges to uplift socially, educationally and economically backward communities.
Laprak is a striking Gurung village situated at the high hill region of northwest Nepal.…More