Apologies for being 2000 and late but this surely deserves to be seen and read. Nepal Unites is still pretty much going strong with their various action-based movements that are uniting Nepalis for causes such as repainting Kalmochan Temple, repainting Tri-Chandra campus wall to most recently cleaning the Kanti Children Hospital in Maharajganj on the 27th, 28th Sept and 1st of October. Aside from such activities bringing together the youth and people of all ages the movement has still been persistent on trying their utmost to add pressure to all political parties to step their game up. Before I go off track here, below are some photos from the clean up at Kanti Children’s Hospital.
And ‘you’ wherever you are, whatever you do… you are a responsible citizen too so do think about how you can help Nepalis Unite.
keep up the good work guys!!
really really proud Nepal unites!! well done:)
such work should be done evry wehre in Nepal
well done everyone 🙂
i wish i cud be der n give a hand.
You in London. Am thinking of joining the Occupy Wall Street protests at St. Pauls Cathedral this Friday.
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