The Swinging 60's and 70's returned last night at a Nestling Trust fundraising evening, as Bruce Hopkins delighted an audience with favourite songs of the era. The Nestling Trust would like to thank Bruce, and everyone who came, and helped to make the evening such a success!
The Nestling Trust is delighted to learn that Poonam, a 15 year old Nepali girl, suffering from Neurocysticercosis, has been free from seizures since undergoing life saving treatment at the Apollo Hospital in Delhi early this year.
After seeking medical advice in Nepal, the Trust agreed to fund Poonam, to go to India for assessment and appropriate treatment, Neurocysticercosis is a specific form of cysticercosis which is caused by larvae of tapeworm in the brain. Cysts formed by the infection grow within the brain causing fits or epileptic seizures. Poonam's condition was deteriorating fast and her family did not have the means to help her in any way.
The Nestling Trust would like to thank all staff of the Apollo Hospital, Delhi for their care, skills and dedication in helping Poonam recover. Our thanks also to Himshikhara, our partner NGO, for the big part they played in the organisation of this project.
Poonam is now back in school and leading a normal life, we wish her well..
Landslides and heavy monsoon weather did not stop the distribution of much needed clinical equipment for the four remote clinics supported by the Nestling Trust, Marbu, Bhirkot, Lapilang and Chilankha. TNT are most grateful to SITARA Nepal (our partner NGO) for organising the trip to the Dolakha region and would like to thank them and Bijen and Subash (TNT directors) for making the long journey in extremely difficult conditions. We would also like to thank the many Nestling Trust supporters, who have made generous donations to purchase the vital equipment - thank you to everyone who has helped make this possible.
On the Children's Home land, just below the play area, 166 trees have been planted - avocado, guava, macadamia and lemon trees.
Back in October 2011 Sue first came Nepal as an IVHQ volunteer nurse - today Sue met six IVHQ volunteers who are helping with the construction of the Children's Home at Sarangkot. Thank you to all IVHQ'ers, you're doing a great job, especially under that hot summer sun, we are so grateful for all your hard work!
Shristy, Bijen and Krishna check out the progress of the Children's Home, which is still on track to be completed by the end of the year.
Mark and Nancy Reilly have reached Santiago after walking a gruelling 488 miles to raise funds to help the Nestling Trust build a home for destitute/trafficked children in Nepal. It is a fantastic effort, and they have raised more than £3565 for the Home which is now under construction at Sarangkot. We would like to express our sincere thanks to them for their time, effort and dedication, and to all who have supported them so generously, to help us reach our goal.
Mark and Nancy Reilly are walking the El Camino de San Diego de Compostella and now have just 35 miles to go!
They are doing this to raise money for The Nestling Trust, to help fund the construction of the Children's Home at Sarangkot for trafficked and destitute children - the Nestling Trust is immensely grateful for their tremendous efforts to support our work.
A sincere thank you to Vanessa and Darell Reburn who organised an afternoon of Duck Races in their beautiful garden. Families enjoyed the fun and homemade refreshments and wonderful sunshine!
Over £400 was raised in donations and the Nestling Trust would like to thank all those who helped in any way.
Shrijana Outpatient Review - - - - - -
Just one year ago the Nestling Trust found a young girl in a remote area of Nepal, unable to walk through foot and ankle deformity. After many set backs Shrijana's determination shone through and in January she finally left hospital walking with crutches. Today we received these pictures following an outpatient review - crutches, plaster and braces gone, Shrijana shows us what she has achieved, and with physiotherapy her progress will continue. We are most grateful to Bijendra Aryal who worked tirelessly, overcoming many difficulties to ensure Shrijana received the treatment and care she needed. We would also like to thank again Dr Govinda KC and staff at Kathmandu Teaching Hospital, and the remote Health Post involved, as well as our partner NGO, Himshikhara..
2 Years Ago Today a devastating earthquake hit Nepal. TNT have funded the building of 3 Clinics In Dolakha a badly affected area - they are now complete.
TNT has continued to support Marbu clinic which had also been destroyed, the nurse has been working within a corrugated iron shed. However, this is now being rebuilt by the District Health Office and is almost complete.
Equipment is now desperately needed - so much was lost, crushed under the rubble.
TNT wish to provide each clinic with necessary basic equipment and the following list includes items still to be purchased. If anyone wishes to help us we would be most grateful.
To contribute either click on the My Donate page or Tel. 07747062757 thank you.
Rate Per Unit Total Amount Rs.British pounds
PRIVACY screen CURTAIN £34.80
EXAMINATION BED £104.65
STOOL TO CLIMB UP ON TO EXAMINATION BED £18.21
CHAIRS 6pcs - £36
CUPBOARD FOR STORING MEDICATIONS DRESSING £158.90
EMERGENCY MEDICINE TROLLEY (CRASH CARD TROLLEY) £310.00
B.P MONITOR £14.72
SUCTION UNIT £96.80
NEBULIZER UNIT £27.13
DRIP STAND £18.21
KIDNEY BOWL 29p x 4 = £2.90
SPECULUM S,M,L £10.46 each
ARTERY FORCEP £3.01
PLAIN FORCEP 0.93p each x 10 = £9.30
FIRST AID BAG TO TAKE TO PATIENTS HOMES WHEN EMERGENCY with items £25
PLASTIC BOWLS x 4 £10.46
PLASTIC BUCKETS x 4 £7.36
MOP & BUCKET FOR FLOOR CLEANING £7.36
Market Lavington Community Hall - this Friday 31st March'17 at 7.30p.m.
Come And Join Us, It Promises To Be A Great Night!
Tickets £10 - available from Devizes Books or Market Lavington Post Office
or by Phone 07747062757
Walking, and with real hope for the future ..........
After 3 months in hospital undergoing corrective foot surgery to enable her to walk, Shrijana is today returning to her village where she will be under the care of local health post staff until she returns to hospital in 6weeks time for follow up treatment.
Our grateful thanks go to Dr Govinda KC, staff at Kathmandu Teaching Hospital, Shrijana's cousin who has provided personal care, Himshikhara, our our partner NGO through whom TNT is able to work and Bijendra Aryal, TNT director, who for the past 3 months has supported Shrijana in the absence of her family, giving his valuable time to ensure that prescribed medications and nutritious food has been available. Unlike the UK NHS, in Nepal hospitals rely upon family members to provide this.
Shrijana is now able to look forward to a life free from disability and pain - thank you to everyone involved, especially our loyal supporters who have made this possible.
What a superstar! The most gruelling marathon imaginable - high altitude and Himalayan terrain, yet Tarjan stormed through in under 5 hours! The Nestling Trust salutes his determination and courage.
Tarjan's great effort is directed at raising funds to help the Nestling Trust's work in Nepal. We are deeply grateful to him and to all those who have so generously donated - thank you so much. To date Tarjan has raised £1469.00 but his BT My Donate page remains open until 27th May '17 should anyone still like to contribute. https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/tarjansubba1 to edit.
Tarjan Subba Takes On The Challenge - The Power Of Running Can Change Lives!
This is no ordinary marathon, it's set amidst the mountains of Nepal.
A supreme effort by Tarjan, running on behalf of The Nestling Trust, to raise funds to build a home for destitute and trafficked children.
For two days prior to the 'Impact Marathon' Tarjan, with fellow athletes, will be helping rebuild a school in an area badly hit by the earthquake.
Please support Tarjun in his fantastic bid to help provide shelter for Nepal's most vulnerable children, every penny donated goes directly to the Nestling Trust's project in Nepal, nothing is used for personal expenses.
Thank you Tarjun from the Nestling Trust, we think you are amazing!
and thank you to everyone who helps by making a donation, we are most grateful.
Children's home - Foundation Stone is laid.
This is a day to remember - the laying of the foundation stone for the Children's Home at Sarangkot. Bijendra Aryal Nestling Trust director and Shristy President of Himshikhara together with Krishna and his father who once farmed the land, Members of the Village Development Committee and officials from Pokhara Municipality came together to celebrate the start of construction. In the words of Coldplay 'Nobody said it was easy, nobody said it would be this hard!' - it has been three years in the planning, now three governments and a major earthquake later it is on the way! If all goes well we hope it will be completed one year from now.
TNT cook momos nepali style -------
Take away Momos! at Five Lanes Music and Beer festival. Nestling Trust director Bijen Aryal set the scene with dozens of prayer flags dancing in the breeze, and invited the crowds to try a taste of Nepal!
Our thanks to Potterne Cricket Club for inviting us to attend the event.www.nestlingtrust.co.uk
Two clinics almost complete! The Nestling Trust working with the District Health Office in Cherikot and SITARA Nepal, are helping to bring healthcare into the remote villages of Lapilang, Chilankha and Bhirkot. Villagers are constructing the clinics themselves with materials and support provided by the Nestling Trust.
At last the news we have been waiting for ...........
Permission has finally been granted 15 months after the earthquake which halted all plans for new building until building regulations had been revised and published by the Nepalese government. All existing plans had then to be resubmitted and ours is one of the first to be approved in Pokhara. Special thanks to Krishna, Bijen, Shudhir and Himshikhara for your hard work and perseverance, and thank you to all our supporters for believing this could happen and making everything possible.