Let’s Clean up Nepal are leaders in Nepal to act, educate and encourage everyone from locals to tourists to be ‘Generation Restoration’. This environmentally conscious Non Government Organization (NGO) was founded in 2017 by Mr Raj Shrestha. It has grown over the years to now include a motivated local group of volunteer team members, as well as dedicated international volunteer team members from all over the globe. Projects over the years have included: Jalbire to Simle River
SECOND MAJOR CAMPAIGN We are happy to announce that we have successfully conducted food distribution programs in different places of Nepal.
Following are highlights of the programs in Dang, Western part of Nepal (Sarangi player group), Pokhara (Female porters), Sunsari Jhapa (extremely poor families), Sindhupalchok, and extremely poor families in Kathmandu valley as well. First Food Campaign
Our first food campaign provided for 15 needy families in Dang Ghorahi located about
We are happy to announce that we have conducted four successful food distribution programs in Balefi Rural Municipal Jalbire, Chautara Sangachokgadhi Batase village,
Bhaktapur, Kavrepalamchowk, Ickyakamana Municipality and the Kathmandu Valley as well. #First food for Nepal campaign Our first food campaign provided 120 needy families in Batase village and Jalbire, located about 80 km from Kathmandu city.
With the country in lockdown people can not work or leave their homes a
Take one global pandemic, add a lockdown in Nepal, take away tourism generated income or daily wage earning capacity, add a food crisis for hungry families, mix in an international group of women with a passion for Nepal, bring it all together with a Nepali NGO and what do you get ? You get the #foodfornepal (brought to you by Let’s Clean Up Nepal) fundraising campaign, aimed at raising money for emergency food relief for families in rural areas of Nepal as well as the Kathma
(From founder of LCUN – Raj) We recently went to Chitwan Ichyakamana Rural Municipal (Chepang Village) for a short visit. We discovered poverty in this area. The people live separately from each other, with houses spread out on different hillsides. It was so nice to learn about their lifestyle and culture, and meet the nice and kind people. Most of the families have more than 5 children, and the parents used to work as daily wage earners in construction, building roads, house