Hi, my name is Gen Ceralvo. I like to travel a lot and my next adventure brings me to Nepal as a volunteer for All Hands Volunteers (AHV) - a non-profit organization that provides aid in disaster relief worldwide. I will be volunteering for one (1) month in a school building project under AHV's Earthquake Recovery Project in Sindhupalchowk, Nepal.
On April 2015, Nepal was hit by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake, injuring and killing thousands of people. Less than a month after, another 7.3 earthquake hit Nepal adding to the number of casualties. All Hands Immediate Response Team was quick to respond after the first earthquake.
Almost two years after the disaster, All Hands has made a tremendous progress in their mission to rebuild what was destroyed by the earthquake. Their focus right now is building earthquake-proof schools so that kids can continue their education properly and safely.
On April 2017, I will travel to Nepal to start my one-month volunteer mission with All Hands. I am excited and very much looking forward to start my journey to help restore and rebuild the lives of those who were affected by the earthquake - most especially the children. I am hoping to raise sufficient funds to help pay for the necessary things and other requirements (visa, insurance, vaccinations etc.) for my volunteer trip. I will also need to purchase supplies that I will be needing during my volunteer mission such as tent, sleeping bag, work shoes and construction safety gears for the duration of my mission. These items will be left with the AHV Organization after my mission to be used by the next volunteers. The rest of the funds that will be raised will be donated directly to the organization to purchase materials and construction equipment that cannot be sourced locally in Nepal.
Here is the link of the wishlist of AHV: https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/13A205...
I will be incredibly grateful for all your support and donation.
Thank you for making this volunteer mission possible.
To know more about the organization, please visit their website https://www.hands.org/.