Your donation is important and can make all the difference to the lives of people in rural Nepal. Even the smallest donation might help to buy the medicine that saves a child’s life
So far in the last few months The Yearley Trust has donated the money to buy the land and to build a 56 bed hostel for the school and also for a new 8 toilet block to improve facilities for girl pupils and women teachers. It has also donated science teaching equipment and text books (the books with help from schools in England) as well as a computer. Three other donations are a standby generator to provide electricity during the frequent power cuts, a camera to aid pupils in their understanding of photography, and a television so that pupils can watch English language programmes to help to improve their English.
The Trust is also paying the salary of a paramedic for the whole community of Nalang and also helping to subsidise some teachers salaries.
To date all funding has been provided for the Trust by it’s chairman, John Yearley, but the Trust now urgently needs donations to enable it to continue providing and expanding it’s services
The Yearley Trust is an English Charity No 1136219