In addition to previous progress on reconstruction work in Old Syaphru Bensi, 3 more houses get the roofing. Thus, in total 11 houses get the roof in the project site. We believe, the pictorial report on progress of the #RebuildOldSyaphru project would definitely communicate more easily with you all.
Once again, we would like to thank all individuals who have contributed to reconstruction project from different parts of the world. Your contribution will be forever remembered.
House of Phurpu Sangbo Tamang and family. Its 9th house to get the roof.
House of Dorche Tamang and family. Its 10th house to get roof.
House of Phurpu Dorje Tamang and family. Its 11th house to get the roof.
Old Syaphru Bensi during monsoon.
Challenge of transportation during monsoon
Jeep struggle to move ahead in muddy road resulted from heavy rainfall.
Random landslide blocks access to Old Syaphru Bensi and deprives transportation of reconstruction materials.
Waiting for landslide debris to be cleaned up and reach destination
RECENT UPDATE ON ROAD CONDITION
The road to Syaphru Bensi is temporarily opened and we look forward to transport more reconstruction materials on August 7, 2016.
Christian Wasenegger and his girlfriend visit Old Syaphru Bensi on 31 July 2016. Christian volunteered in March to clean debris in Old Syaphru Bensi along with team led by fundraising partner Wolfgang Bauer.
Christian and his girlfriend being welcomed in the village offering Khata (Buddhist religious scarf)
Thank you for your time to go through the updates on the project.