The Everest Region Project- Nepal
Appeal for School 學校現況
New Classroom and Toilets (Done) 新教室+新廁所 (完成)
Photocopy Machine-(DONE) 募得影印機 ( 完成 )
Appeal for Van (DONE) 募得校車 ( 完成 )
Donate & Contact Info 我想幫忙
St. Joseph's School
2015-The First 140 days-LATEST EARTHQUAKE UPDATES
2014-Teachers and Students
Taiwan Dentists & Doctors in Nepal
Makwanpur Children Blanket Project
Masihi Foundation Nepal (Nepal)
GORKHA -Blind children
Shree Jal Kumari Primary School (Nepal)
Riding with Bikers-Motorbiker Ministry
Recommendation Letters from Nepal and Taiwan
Wilson's Academy High School (Nepal)
Nepal Don Bosco School (Nepal)
St. Joseph's High School (Nepal)
Alpha's High School (Nepal)
FVS-The Family Volunteer Services of Nepal (Nepal)
Beam Life Foundation (Nepal)
Masiha Ordination Ceremony #55 Newsletter
Eden Social Welfare Foundation (Taiwan)
St. Joseph's Center for Special Education (Taiwan)
Dan-sui Grace Home Church Association (Taiwan)
Healing Stories 奇蹟療癒
A teacher meets The Teacher-Jesus!
Healing Taiwan Testimonies
Healing -USA- Testimonies
INTERESTING PEOPLE WE HAVE MET
Stories of Nepal and Photos
LANTANG Trek 2016
Christian Persecution in Nepal
Oct. 25, 2017-Nepal Criminalizes Christian Conversion
Oct. 17 2017-Religious Freedom in Nepal – Teetering on the Edge of a Precipice
July 2016 -Religious liberty is under attack in Nepal
Himalayas: a Trek to School in 360 video - BBC News New Page
Updated News Wires on Nepal-2016
The Last of the Nomads
My Everest Base Camp Trek
Photos in the life of Nepal
The last of Nepal's car porters
Nepal's 68-year-old studente
Joy's Children Artwork
Facts About Nepal
Eight of the ten tallest mountains in the world
are in Nepal including Mount Everest.
It is a land-locked country surrounded by China and India.
Approximately 29 million people live in Nepal.
Only 50 years ago, Nepal opened it's door to the outside world which allowed foreign missions to enter the country.
Today, about one million Nepalese people follow Christ.
The Christian population of Nepal is between 5-7% and growing.
Nepal was a Hindu Kingdom for centuries.
In 2008 the monarchy was abolished and Nepal became a secular Republic.
Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal.
Nepal is integrated with diverse culture of more than 30 languages and dozens of dialects which create unique cultural and religious ceremonial differences.
The major religions are Hinduism and Buddhism.
Literacy Rate: Approx. 57% among males and only 37% among females.
Per capita monthly income $420 annually.
Nepal is among the poorest and least developed countries in the world with nearly half of it's population living below poverty line.
The hills and the mountains cover 85% of Nepal’s Land.
Climate: Subtropical in the south to cool summers and severe winter in the north. Monsoon rains are from June through September.
Major natural hazards include severe thunderstorms, flooding, landslides, drought, as well as famine resulting from the timing, intensity, and duration of the summer monsoons.
Nepal is also an earthquake prone area due to the Himalayas.