The goals of The ColdFeet Foundation Nepal are:
  • The upgrading of school education and dissemination of knowledge in rural areas. These aims are achieved through the rebuilding of schools and the construction of school libraries equipped with books, computers and projectors. Results: Since 2015, the construction of three schools housing 360 pupils at a total cost of US$74,000. In conjunction with Stichting 112 Nepal and EDUCAB, The Foundation has supervised the construction of three new libraries in rural schools that are completely equipped with books, computers and projectors to the beginning of 2020 at a total cost of US$6,500.

  • The provision of dental and medical care to the people living in the villages through the equipping and use of mobile dental and medical clinics providing care, health education and first aid training. Results: Since 2015, when Volunteer for Life donated US$56,500 for the equipment used in two dental and medical clinics, The Foundation has spent US$6,000 on the dentists and doctors staffing these clinics. The dental equipment is housed in Dhading District Hospital and in DhungKharka Health Centre Kavre where it benefits a combined total of more than 30,000 people. In addition, in the Health Centre is a completely equipped a physiotherapy facility.

  • The development of clean water supplies in villages and schools.
    Results: The Foundation has overseen the construction school latrines and three water tanks at a total cost of US$8000. &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp &nbsp

  • To make grade school education accessible to all rural parents. Results: Through the “Back Pack Project” and another donor, the provision of required school uniforms and supplies to 360 children. Starting in 2017 to the beginning of 2020, the total cost of the project is US$10,000.

  • To support intelligent young ladies from rural areas to achieve either college or university degrees in subjects of value to Nepalese society.
    Results: Starting in 2017 to the beginning of 2020, The Foundation has found and placed three students in college or university at a cost of US$ 14,500.

  • To provide the opportunity for people with time but limited funds to learn about and contribute to Nepalese village life < Results: Several volunteers teaching English or are involved in school construction.



Total Funds Spent 2015 to 2019 US$175,500