Honorable visit in Nalang

We are honored to announce that His excellency Hanan Goder, the Israeli Ambassador to Nepal visited Nalang to see all the new buildings and improvements and the Nalang Model Academy funded by The Yearley Trust. READ MORE

Trust’s organised marathon now becomes an annual event

Mini marathon competition has been held in Siddhalek on the occasion of Shivaratri with the slogan “Sports in the development and promotion of religious and tourism sector”.READ MORE

New computers NMA and computer room fort students in Nepal

The students of the Nalang Model Academy (Nalang,Nepal) are enjoying using the computers donated by The Yearley Trust for their computer science classes and for online education.READ MORE

New Qualified Referees in Nepal

The level 4 football referee’s course financed by The Yearley Trust and held at the Trust’s Centre of Excellence in Nalang, has finished and proved a great success. READ MORE

FREE Referee training course at the YT Centre of Excellence

It is a busy time for The Yearley Trust at the moment. 

The Referee’s training course at our Centre of Excellence is in full swing and it is great to see girls (including our Administration Director) also taking the course to become qualified football referees. People have come from as far away as Chitwan, Gorkha and Nawalparasi for the seven-day course.READ MORE

New Member of the team!

The Trust is delighted to announce that we have further strengthened our team with the addition of Ranjana Bartaula. Ranjana is qualified in Eye Health and currently works at READ MORE

Free Health Camp 2021

The Health Camp in Nalang for people from rural communities from the district of Dhading, organised by Shankar Silwal the Medical Director of The Yearley Trust, has proved to be a great success.READ MORE

Free residential courses!Now OFFICIALLY OPENED

The Yearley Trust is proud to announce that it’s Centre of Excellence, based at Nalang, is now open and has run its first course.

The first course, run by three experts, was on grafting techniques for plants, a new skill to all  47 participants attending the 3 night course. All costs including food and accommodation as well as the fees for the 3 instructors, were paid by the Trust and it was good to see people attending from several different communities.READ MORE

Christmas picnic and hopes for a better 2021

 It has been a hard year across the whole world and, as Christmas is a special time for Children, The Yearley Trust financed a special Christmas picnic for the pupils of the Nalang Model Academy.


Honour of the memory of the great Ram Bahadur Silwal

The Yearley Trust announces the formation of the Ram Bahadur Silwal scholarship.  

The scholarship will be awarded to help young women, who otherwise could not afford it, to undertake further education in subjects which in the opinion of the Trust will be of benefit to the people of the community of Nalang. READ MORE