On 28 December 2017, the project stakeholders gathered to participate in Annual Review, Learning and Sharing Workshop held at The Malla Hotel, Kathmandu to discuss about the achievements of the REDSS Project and its learnings. Workshop participants included representatives from different stakeholders from government and non-government sectors. Throughout the workshop, participants were mainly engaged in group discussion, presentation,sharing activities. The discussion focused on review against the project objectives and its learning. The findings from this workshop will be shared to donors and project stakeholders as project completion report for REDSS project.
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Himalayan Trust Nepal organized ceremony to commemorate 10th Anniversary of Sir Edmund Hillary’s death on 11th January 2018 at Himalayan Trust office, Kathmandu Nepal. The Venerable Ngawang Tenzing Zangpo Rinpoche, abbot of Tengboche Monastery led the function. New Zealand Honorary consul for Nepal Lisa Choegyal, Doctor Mingmar Gyalzen, Ang Tshering Sherpa, Mr. Bhandary, Ang Dorjee Lama, Dr. Kami Temba, Zimba Zangbu, Serab Jangbu, Ang Doli, Fura Yangjin and many others attended the event and many of them spoke on Hillary’s enduring legacy.
On January 11th 2008 Sir Edmund Hillary had passed away at 9 A.M. New Zealand time (2 A.M. Nepalese standard time).
Sir Edmund Hillary contribution in 1960’s building the Khumjung School, Khunde Hospital and Lukla Airport made great changes in the lives of the Sherpa people in the Khumbu region. He will live forever in the hearts and memories of the Sherpa people.
With the support of Edutech Nepal and Himalayan Trust, a modern computer lab has been set up in Khumjung Secondary School. Located in Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality-4, Khumjung, Solukhumbu District. This is the first School built by Sir Edmund Hillary(Bara Sab) in 1961. Currently, the school has 350 students and 19 teachers.
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