Our fourth Early Social Innovators program going on at Mary Ward School, Jhamsikhel!
Photo credit: René Jøhnke
के तपाईंले च्याउ खेती गर्ने योजना बनाउनु भएको छ ? हाम्रो उद्यमी फेलोशिप कार्यक्रम मार्फत तपाईंले ८ हप्ता खेत मै बसेर प्राविधिक तथा ब्यबसायिक ज्ञान र शीप सिक्न सक्नुहुन्छ ! सम्पर्क: 01-6219866 http://isap.org.np/udhyami-fellowship
Not only do natural disasters changes the landscapes but they force us to rethink how we define safe housing and safe settlements. Here are a few shots from our trip to Tatopani. Boulders have entered people's living rooms knocking down pillars. River has changed is course and flowing through where forrests and settlement used to be.
Thank you Asia Pacific Alliance and Hope Bridge. Your intervention made it possible for students in Melamchi to move out from partially damaged structures and open skies to temporary learning ceters that resembles proper classrooms. Early resumption of school is key to normalize lives and minimizing long term economic impact.
Yuhoo! Just came across this article on dailymail.co.uk with ISAP's name mentioned on it! http://dailym.ai/1NhZ05T
WE'RE HIRING: ISAP is looking for a PROJECT ASSOCIATE who will be working under the supervision of the Project Manager for various projects that are being planned / implemented by ISAP most of which are related to entrepreneurship such as organizing boot-camps, talk shows, writing entreprenuerial stories, conducting market surveys, etc. The candidate should be versatile and self-initiating. S/he needs to have the drive to do office management work, but also have the potential to lead projects independently in the near future.
Please visit our career page for more details. http://bit.ly/1HUt3IU
ISAP in the News: ISAP's Deependra KC talks to eKantipur and Kathmandu Post about the low cost earthquake resistant building designs and its mason training program.Thank you ピースウィンズ・ジャパン Peace Winds Japan and Japan Platform （ジャパン・プラットフォーム） (Unfortunately, the paper got our name wrong!) http://kathmandupost.ekantipur.com/news/2015-11-10/kathmandus-procastination-is-discouraging-even-citizens-from-rebuilding.html
ISAP in the News: The Himalayan Times reports about our inagruation ceremony to be held on Monday together with our work till date! http://epaper.thehimalayantimes.com/Details.aspx?id=5989&boxid=15533744&dat=11 %2F7%2F2015 http://epaper.thehimalayantimes.com/Details.aspx?id=5989&boxid=15533744&dat=11%2F7%2F2015
Mason Training: ISAP in partnership with ピースウィンズ・ジャパン Peace Winds Japan is conducting mason training for about 48 Masons in Sanosirubari, Sindhupalchowk. Some of the topics covered on the training are how to use bamboo or wood or concrete to create horizontal bands, how to properly tie down the roof, how to create joints in structural timber work, how to lay the brick properly. We hope the houses that would be rebuild will be far safer than the ones destroyed in the April 2015 earthquake!
Improving Camp Condition by Empowering Kids: Our Early Social Innovators at Danchhi Shelter Camp have pitched their ideas. They have won us over and received support to launch their camp improvement projects. We're excited about what they'll achieve in the coming days. Stay tuned!
We recently completed a Woollen Flower Training with micro finance members at WEAN. Check out the results!
You can get your long-lasting garlands for Dashain and Tihar straight from our producers!
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ISAP is conducting Early Social Innovators Program in Danchi Shelter Camp where people displaced from Listikot VDC, Sindhupalchowk are staying. The objective of the program is for children to identify problems in the Danchhi temporary shelter camp and come up with solutions. Here, 12-year-old Kopila does SWOT analysis.
We are excited to launch Early Social Innovators program at Rato Bangala School. Through a 2 week program we bring out the creative entrepreneurial talent in A-level kids. Encouraging and enlightening them to find ways of starting and running their own small businesses!