• Medical Campaigns – all rural Nepal (2023)

    Donation : £6,780.00/ £9,820.00

    Help us save lives, prevent deafness and blindness throughout rural areas by organizing a series of  Welfare Clinics a year from 2020 to 2023


    Donation : £6,540.00/ £15,670.00

    In a country where in poor areas if there is any money for paying school fees what money is available tends to be spent on the boys help with girls’ education is an important part of empowering girls.

  • Centre of Excellence Free Trainings 2023

    Donation : £470.00/ £2,700.00

    In poor rural areas most people are subsistence farmers with little or no formal education. We are providing free trainings to improve families income.

  • English Teaching Ambassadors

    Donation : £1,200.00/ £6,500.00

    Free visits to schools in rural areas, providing a five-day courses for teachers on how to teach English to small children in a fun way using nature and play.


    Donation : £240.00/ £4,200.00

    As part of our commitment to Women’s Empowerment we have created a Woman’s Cooperative at Nalang. By enabling women to earn their own money we give them some power over family and their own finances.

  • Community Sustainability (Stage Two)

    Donation : £4,400.00/ £10,000.00

    We work together with the local community in Nalang to improve the quality of life in the whole area. That includes-infrastructure; living and schooling conditions; water and power supply.

  • Full time Medical Care – Nalang

    Donation : £4,500.00/ £8,970.00

    Up until The Yearley Trust’s involvement the village of Nalang, and its community of 11,000 people, had very limited medical services and options to deal with medical emergencies.

  • School (NMA) Hostel

    Donation : £53,440.00/ £58,039.00

    In February 2019 our Chairman John Yearley opened at The Nalang Model Academy a 56 bed hostel with adjacent shower/toilet block that had been donated by The Trust.

  • Prevent Child Deaths

    Donation : £1,470.00/ £4,300.00

    Around 42% of children under the age of three in rural areas of Nepal suffer from stunted growth (53% in mountain areas). This in turn leads to greater susceptibility to various illnesses and diseases

  • Students Hardship Fund

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    Donation : £2,940.00/ £0.00

    60% of the population in rural Nepal are subsistence farmers with many living below the poverty line. Although school attendance up to, and including, year 10 is compulsory only about 50% of children who enrol in school- remain at school

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Media and Sharing

Help us spread the word for the inspiring people in Nepal, who came together to help their community * If you are a journalist or a representative to any media, we would love to share with you our experience, photo& video documentary of Nalang, Nepal * You can also help us by sharing theyearleytrust.org and our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/theYearleyTrust/

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Become Volunteer

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Nalang is a poor rural community in Nepal with approximately 90% of its population either illiterate or very poorly educated and with approximately 60% of the population living below the poverty line. The determination of the community to provide a better life, especially for their children, is to be especially admired and by volunteering you will be helping to support this aim and improve the quality of life. Help by teaching at The Nalang Academy, or helping the community rebuilt their life after the devastating earthquake in 2015. JOIN TODAY

Our big achievements in 2022

01 January, 2023Posted In : News

Whilst the New Year is a time for looking forward it is also a time to look at achievements over the READ MORE

The John Yearley Park to hold major sports events in Nepal!

11 April, 2022Posted In : News

IT HAS HAPPENED! After several months oƒ secret negotiations with around 23 separate small landowne READ MORE

Women’s cooperative to make craft products for Europe and the USA

23 March, 2022Posted In : News

We have been holding on some very exciting news around International Women’s Day and the mothers m READ MORE

  • Trust beneficiaries Read Below

    “The support for medical facilities that the Yearley Trust is planning to give to the community of Nalang will make a significant difference to the health of the community”


    Shankar Silwal (Paramedic and Public Health Educator)
  • Trust beneficiaries Read Below

    “Your such invaluable cooperation and support plays a great role in rural education promotion”


    Ram B Silwal (Chair Person Community School Management Committee)
  • Trust beneficiaries Read Below

    “The help that the Yearley Trust is giving to the Nalang Model Academy is making a big difference for all the pupils and especially for girl pupils”


    Rojina Silwal (Pupils representative Nalang Model Academy)
  • Trust beneficiaries Read Below

    “The new hostel and new toilets together with all the teaching equipment that is being donated by The Yearley Trust is making a very big difference to the school and we are looking forward to a long relationship between the school and the Trust”


    Balaram Silwal (Principle The Nalang Model Academy)