EHN is like a growing child you never know what is around the next corner because one day you are working on one project and then the next something comes up and its too good to miss. Just recently we were told about Bio stoves which are excellent for people in the Mountains and next minute we are planning a test run with them.
But we do have a rough goal to work to, our aim is to create a volunteer organization as a foundation from which we can launch special projects funded by us rather than rely on charity. Projects like the mobile health clinic and response team all come from personal experience and over the next couple of years will start to become a reality and these will be projects that can save lives.
When this is achieved EHN-Nepal will then become an organization that uses what Nepal has to offer to fund programs and projects that help its people rather than expect hand outs from the outside world..
My part in this well I am the co-founder and I suppose joint head of EHN. But my work is so varied I work on advertising, talking, website, developing new ideas and generally everything that needs to be done because everyone who works with EHN has a say in what goes go. But my personal goal is to see these special projects running because there are real stories behind each one and to achieve them means that we may have a part in saving many children’s lives in Nepal. Which isn’t bad for an organization that started with a website and £200.