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shashi paudyal

Shashi Paudyal

Deep in my heart I stay as a Nepali in my heart and soul, even though I have been living for 28 years in the Netherlands. My aim is to contribute to a fair, just and sustainable society in Nepal. NDA has conducted several development projects successfully in the past years. I am sincerely grateful to all the volunteers who have made this possible. Without their help we never could do this good work. We want to continue the paved road, because there is much to do in Nepal. Therefore, we can use any kind of support for the betterment of living condition of the underprivileged Nepali people.

 

 

   
Sharmila Pradhan

Sharmila Pradhan

After finishing her medical graduation Sharmila has worked as a medical doctor in Sikkim. During her work she has visited several medical health camps in order to help underprivileged and disabled people in the remote areas. She completed her study from the AMC and became a full doctor in the Netherlands. In her social life she was associated with the Non-Resident Nepali Association in the Netherlands as an executive member. Nepal is economically one of the poorest counties in the world. Many Nepalese people are suffering from poverty, inequality, injustice and insufficient (medical) facilities. As a general secretary of NDA she plays a vital role to contribute to a fair and sustainable society in Nepal.

   
Johanneke Pas

Johanneke Pas

In 1992 I was in Nepal for the first time. The kindness of the Nepalese people and the beautiful nature made me very impressed. In the Netherlands I went looking for foundations which works for Nepal. Since 2005, I’m involved with NDA as a volunteer. One of the activities of Nepal Development Academy is organizing events for Dutch and Nepalese people. In this way one get to know each other better and exchanged the information and experiences. It gives also the Nepalese people living in the Netherlands an opportunity to meet each other and share their experiences.

 

   
Cindy Paudyal

Cindy Paudyal

My first encounter with Nepal was in 2001. I spent six months working at an education project in the Kathmandu Valley. The country and its people have deeply touched in me, as well as the overwhelming Himalayan mountains. After returning to the Netherlands with a special life experience, I would like to work for Nepal. I learned the Nepali language, returned a few times to Nepal and joined the Nepal Development Academy as a volunteer. I'm working on developing publications, mediating volunteers and giving information about Nepal. In addition, I have been teaching the Nepali language courses for beginners since 2004. I hope to greet you there!