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About ISAK's Project Nepal

The earthquake in Nepal that occurred on the 25th of April, 2015; measured 7.9 on the Richter Scale, shook the nation and spread chaos throughout. Almost 10,000 lives were taken, and nearly three times more people were injured. 3 years after this tragedy, tens of thousands are still left homeless, devastated and without enough assistance, especially in the rural areas of Nepal.

Just two days after this calamity, students of ISAK (currently UWC ISAK Japan) decided to establish a non-profit organisation aimed help the victims and families whose lives have been put into turmoil because of the earthquake.

“When I heard the news from my friend, I couldn’t help worrying; for a day or two, that was all I did. Then, I thought of how we could help; when I talked with the other Nepali students, they were of the same mindset and we started our project.” - Karma (Nepal, 2016 Alumni)

Our Mission
“To empower rural communities through health and educational opportunity for the sustainable development of post-earthquake Nepal.”

Past Accomplishments
Project Nepal is one of UWC ISAK Japan’s longest running students led projects and has worked to have multiple projects become successful. Projects Nepal’s accomplishments include:

- Funding 13 temporary schools to be rebuilt
- Building a health post in Phulphingkatti, Sindhupalchok
- Work with Phulping EQ Relief Project to provide emergency medicine at medical camps
- Setting up a medical camp in the Tsum valley for two weeks that provided medical care and acupuncture
- Forming a partnership with Toy-Factory International to send Dr. Car (a mobile medical unit) to Nepal

We strongly believe to be able to accomplish our goals, we need to show transparency. Therefore we plan to keep everyone involved with ISAK’s ProjectNEPAL updated with the progress and the amount of funds we raise and use through our website.

We hope all the people who will read this message will galvanise themselves for this cause, and ultimately cause major change both in the lives of the people of Nepal and in the country itself.

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About UWC ISAK Japan
UWC ISAK Japan's distinct mission: "To develop transformational leaders who explore new frontiers in service of the greater good for Asia and beyond".

UWC ISAK is a fully residential, 3-year international high school located in Karuizawa, Japan. Students from diverse cultures and socio-economic backgrounds come together and enjoy a rigorous academic education with an emphasis on leadership, design-thinking, and the skills necessary to succeed in an increasingly complex and interconnected world.
Our students are curious, bright, and passionate about taking action in the service of others.

UWC ISAK Website:

日本語版 詳細


私たちISAK プロジェクトネパールは復興支援を目的とした非営利団体です。UWC ISAK Japan という軽井沢にある、インターナショナルスクールに在籍する高校2年生、9人約7ヵ国の生徒で構成されています。


「友達からニュースを聞いたときは、数日、ただ心配することしかできませんでした。ほか二人のネパール出身の同級生と、どうした支援できるかを話し合いました。二人とも僕と同じ気持ちだったので、このプロジェクトを立ち上げました。」(カルマ ISAK1期生・ネパール出身)





● 13校の常設公立学校建設への資金援助
● プルピングカティ、シンドゥーパルチョク郡に診療所を建設
● 現地被災地支援グループの Phulping EQ Relief Project と共に医療キャンプにて緊急用医薬品の提供
● 2週間、医療チームを山岳部へ派遣
● 日本国政府草の根支援対象になり、トイファクトリー・インターナショナル社、在ネパール日本大使館、プルクマリ記念病院との提携によるトヨタ社ドクターカー提供を今年度夏季実現予定



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Dear supporters and donors of UWC ISAK's Project NEPAL,
We are glad to announce our next project.

Project Nepal hopes to holistically support a school by renovating the infrastructure, providing a stable source of water, and finally making the school a community center for any other natural disaster that may occur. As a result of the concept of revival and rebuilding in this project, we decided to name this project Project Lotus.

Project Lotus aligns with and supports our project mission statement to "empower rural communities through health and educational opportunity for the sustainable development of post-earthquake Nepal.”

Project Nepal has formed a new partnership with the NGO Pahar Trust, which has experience in reconstructing and renovating over 100 school buildings in Nepal. Together Project Nepal and Pahar Trust will collaborate on the rebuilding of Kihyun Primary School.

The specific goals in renovating the school are the following:
1) Provide Kihyun Primary School with safe and conducive spaces for learning
2) Make sure the school has proper plumbing, so that students do not have to worry about access to water when they are learning
3) Keep Kihyun running in the long term by making sure teachers are properly trained and the school is well furnished
4) Set up Kihyun Primary School as an emergency shelter in case of another natural disaster in Nepal.

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This March, ISAK's ProjectNepal health post was inaugrated! This was all possible thanks to all the support that we got from our donors! All the villagers are very grateful and sends their love. Thank You for cooperation.

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Dear Donors and Supporters,

Today, we are proud to announce a new and a major project! We are collaborating with ToyFactory International to bring Dr. Car to southern Terai plains of Nepal.

Many health posts in Nepal were destroyed and people are not getting the support they need. This is why we decided to work on this project to bring health care to people.

Toy Factory and our group are already working on getting grants from foundations and government agencies in Japan. However, since the implementation of Dr. Car costs money, we are looking for further support from our donors and supporters.

We have launched another campaign in GoFundMe to highlight this cause. PLEASE help bring quality medical care to Nepal by donating through the link below. Also, sharing it with your family and friends would be greatly appreciated!
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[Awarded by the Karuizawa Rotary Club]
We are pleased to announce that ISAK's ProjectNEPAL has graciously been conferred an accolade by the Karuizawa Rotary Club, entitled 'Young Future Potential Leaders for Effective Community Support' during an awarding ceremony at the Karuizawa Prince Hotel.

The team was present to receive the award and to give a presentation regarding two topics: firstly, our mission and vision as a project, and secondly, our most recent efforts, such as our recent trip to Nepal and the completion of the healthpost in Sindupalchok District.

The team is thrilled and is very much honored to receive this award. We would like to extend our deepest gratitude to the Karuizawa Rotary Club for their support and the warm welcome.

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