In Autumn 2017 several board members of ProNepal travelled to Nepal once more, to check on the progress of ongoing projects and inspect new project proposals on-site.
As usual, the travel program was packed and included many meetings with Nepalese partners, visits of care homes and locations where the construction of schools, water supply systems and Buddhist gompas are funded.
Despite all the obligations, everyone involved in the journey gained on a personal level. A great number of met people convinced the board members, that ProNepal’s efforts and fundings come to good use.
Some key aspects of the journey will be described in separate reports.