Message from President


         Inspiring the philanthropic philosophy of “Ghansi,” an illiterate, poor grass cutter to construct a well for villagers, Bhanubhakta Acharya, an immortal Nepali first poet contributed overwhelmingly to Nepali society through language and literature. Ghansi's perception and contribution not only inspired Bhanubhakta but also entire humanity which remain an invaluable source of inspiration and motivation for all of us. Inspired with this humanitarian and altruistic view the name “Ghansi” was conceived in my mind and made it functional unofficially in 2001 as Ghansi Ideal Society Nepal (GHANSI NEPAL) which is also known  as "Ghansi Nepal". But we made a team of highly regarded professionals who had social and moral responsibility for community in 2007 and got registered in concerned governmental bodies of Nepal. Getting official registration and approval we strengthened our action across the country. After mega earthquake we have been fully giving undivided attention to reconstruction of public schools damaged by the earthquake. Ghansi Nepal has its own model building and has been approved by both Nepal Government’s Reconstruction Authority and Department of Education. It has aimed in reconstructing 300 classrooms in earthquake affected districts with the motto;

Ghansi Nepal with earthquake affected schools”.

What we did?

       Ghansi Nepal in its initial years of establishment provided assistantships and scholarships, stationeries and cloths to needy students from marginalized community children mainly in Karnali Zone, the most undeveloped part of Nepal. Besides this it distributed relief goods in Sindhupalchok, Dolakha, Gorkha, Nuwakot, Kavre and Kathmandu soon after disastrous earthquake, collecting funds from its own members using our own volunteers. It also carried out medical camp and distributed drinking water in different cultural occasions.

        Ghansi Nepal fortified its crucial activities in reconstruction of Public Schools damaged by the earthquake. After April 2015 massive earthquake we shifted our complete action to rebuild damaged schools. We made many official visits to observe and study the condition of damaged schools in almost all affected districts. We collected data and study it and started working on priority base. We began our journey from the distant and easily inaccessible village of Gorkha just 18 KM away from the epicenter Barpak, Gorkha. Geographically, it is a challenging area where the effect of modern facilities has not reached and the school was completely shattered by the quake. Neither the government nor any organizations made their presence to offer any assistance to school. Since Ghansi Nepal only prefers to work in challenging environment we made our first venture to build Ghansi Nepal model school of 5 rooms for Janakalyan Secondary School in Tallo Gohore, Gorkha.

What we do in the days to come?

           Citing a line from Roberts Frost’s short poem “Stopping Wood by Snowy Evening”

I would like to highlight on our plan;

Miles to go before I sleep

Miles to go before I sleep

            Ghansi Nepal has started an unending journey so it has to walk a lot until it exists. As mentioned above Ghansi Nepal has announced to build 300 classrooms it is our goal and we determined to approach successfully. As recognized our design and structure by public, government authorities and other social organizations Ghansi Nepal has been approached with request to built at least 5 classrooms by schools from earthquake affected districts. Coordinating with concern district education offices we have examined and made a final list of schools ourselves which are 23 numbers. Though the registered schools are not easy accessible the critical condition of school children has dragged us immensely to work there. We soon start new venture in Rasuwa, Sindhupalchok, Gorkha, Sindhuli, and other districts. So we have miles to go as Frost said.

How our projects are possible?

            Yes, it is possible. As Ghansi Nepal is a team of young, energetic and enthusiastic members so we use volunteers from our own organization and interested groups, organizations and community as well. We have vision, methodology, our own Ghansi Nepal model, our own consultants’ engineers, and well-structured management. With this, we make bold presence in construction site.

          Yes, it is possible because we have appealed philanthropists, charity organizations and interested people to assist us for our project. We are confident that we will have more helping hands in near future. Assessing our work, even Government of Nepal, National Planning Commission has provided us a volunteer to assist Ghansi Nepal’s project. Ghansi Nepal welcomes any kind of support, assistance and guidance from people, organizations and communities from around the world.

        Yes, it is possible because we have our honorary member Mr. Rajesh Hamal. Mr. Hamal is honored with the title “superstar” in Nepali cinema industry. He acted more than 300 films and his cinemas are blockbusters. Confining him to only art and cinema it will be injustice. He is a renowned philanthropist and social worker. His volunteer attachment to this organization has made us unique, reliable and significant. His devotion to this organization added more strength. We are really grateful to him.

       I would like to conclude my words citing a line from Albert Pine What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal”. So I would like to appeal all the philanthropists, charity organization, social communities and people around the glove to support and assist our project.

 “Education is the foremost foundation of development”.

Thank you.

 

Madhav Prasad Ghimire   

       President                                                                                                          

Ghansi Ideal Society Nepal (GHANSI NEPAL)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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