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The well-constructed houses of the Sherpas are generally built of stone and timber, roofed with wooden slats. About four out of five urban dwellings in Nepal are …

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Nepal Home Search: A complete buying selling and renting portal in Kathmandu Nepal.

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www.nepalhousesociety.org/

Nepal House Society aims to alleviate the suffering of traumatized children in Nepal. Civil war followed by civil and political unrest has taken their toll on the …

Most of the population lives in rural villages where houses are made of stone or mud bricks, with thatched roofs and raised eaves. Bamboo and reed huts are also prevalent. Most houses have two stories, but some contain only two rooms, a sleeping room and a room for cooking. The well-constructed houses of the Sherpas are generally built of stone and timber, roofed with wooden slats. About four out of five urban dwellings in Nepal are owner occupied. The latest available figures for 1980–88 show a total housing stock of 3.1 million units with 5.6 people per dwelling. Housing shortages in urban areas have resulted in an increase of squatter villages, or slum areas.

Nepal House Society

Nepal House Society aims to alleviate the suffering of traumatized children in Nepal. Civil war followed by civil and political unrest has taken their toll on the children of Nepal. Children have been on the receiving end of violence, exploitation and a lack of protection from local, municipal and national

authorities.

Nepal House was established to provide a means for children to heal and recover from abuse, neglect, violence, trauma and the loss of innocence. Through the use of art, play and talk therapy children are given something beyond two meals a day and life in an orphanage that offers little hope to many.

Nepal House trains Nepali Professionals (teachers, social workers, nurses; etc) to use therapeutic means to build connections and support children in becoming whole after a traumatic event has intervened in their lives. These Nepali counsellors in turn provide training and support to orphanage staff, school counsellors and other para-professionals in the community.

Experienced counsellors, social workers and professors from Canada, USA and other countries volunteer their time and pay their own way to Nepal to share their expertise with our Nepali staff.

We have four counsellors on staff and one assistant. We have one main counselling center and two annex offices; one providing support to children impacted by Aids and HIV and another in a more remote area of Pokhara with many at risk young children.

In 2011 we will open the first class of our Girls School to provide young girls at risk a safe place to attend school that will take into account the many challenges that they may have already faced in their young lives.

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It has been a busy and exciting year for Nepal House Society and our partner, Nepal House Kaski:

Close to 40 children are now receiving counselling and support services each week.

We recently opened a second office in North Pokhara to support children who are living with HIV and AIDS and a third office in an outlying area of Pokhara.

We are in the beginning stages of starting up a girl’s school, having just opened a Kindergarten.

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