My name is Bobby Singh from London. I was at work on the day of the earthquake. My senior staff member wished he can go and help. Within 12 days I was in Nepal on my own. I went to help the earthquake victims in Nepal on the 15th of May 2015. I had already sent £7500 worth of safety equipement such as dust masks, torches, and safety gloves. On the day I left Nepal I had no money. With the kindness of my family and friends managed to take £4000 within 4hours to buy food, tarpaulin, rice, corragated sheeting and many other items. I am back now to London but still want to continue this selfless work after I have left. I have a very strong and trust worthy team in Nepal and will keep all posted via facebook.. We are One "Nepal". Please all give generously as whilst I was there experianced first hand of how serious an earthquake can be.
These are some pictures of truck full of rice being sent to remote villages, our tarpualin being used as temporary housing. Giving individually to an entire village, tarps and blankets to each family. Additionally a brand new house built that has completely subsided.
All money raised will be completely accountable as I have 3 independant people looking after the money. There will be a list of villagers names that recieve items and invoices will be posted on our facebook page for all to view. All 100% of donations will be used unlike other charities. I am a director of a very successful business in Wandsworth and therefore feel the need to give back something. I am born and bred in South London. Studied at Emanuel and went onto do a BSc and a Masters at Southbank and Kingston University respectively. We are all Human Beings but we forget to Being Human.
The above image is of I and Karun Joshi who comes from an affluent family with loads of aspiring ideas and energy.
The above image is Yadab Lal, a very succeful business man in Nepal and Gimmi Shrestha another student from whom all speak fluent english so communications will be not be hindered. So we have a very good team with additional labour help to carry aid to remote areas. Due to the imminent threat of monsoon and the spread of Cholera. There is a need for a more of a semi permanent housing. This housing will be made out of bricks and corragated steel sheeting at a cost of £120.00. This is what we will proceed with now.