Project For A Village is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing proper health care and education to people in rural villages around the world. In developing countries access to basic health care and having an elementary education is a privilege, not a right. Our goal is to help people help themselves by providing them with the tools for success. With an education, a child has a future. With an education, a farmer can grow his business. With an education, a young woman can become a doctor. With access to medical facilities, a mother can deliver her child in a sanitary environment. With basic vitamins, some of the most life-threatening conditions can be avoided.

We began our project in Nepal, one of the most impoverished countries in the world, a place where we knew we could make a difference. Through volunteer experiences we have come to know first hand how some of the simplest things can change lives. Our founders, along with the Board Members, are dedicated to working to improve the future for people who are forgotten by most of the world.

Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.
-The Lorax

We have expanded our projects to include villages in the Dhading District of Nepal. Located at the base of the Himalayan Mountains, Dhading is home to many different ethnic groups and villages. Most of the people who live in Dhading are dependent on subsistence farming for their livelihoods. Food insecurity and malnutrition along with poor access to health care are the major concerns for people living in the rural areas of Nepal. Many rural households do not have access to adequate nutrition, safe drinking water, sanitation, education, or primary health care.

TEJ Initiative

The Educational Journey (TEJ) Initiative is designed as an adjunct program with the purpose of mentoring girls who are attending secondary school (grades 7,8,9 & 10) in rural villages in developing countries. When girls of this age do not have the opportunity to further their education, often their only option is marriage. The median age of first pregnancy in Nepal is 17 years. The goal of The TEJ Initiative is to encourage the girls who are vulnerable to leaving school early to continue their education offering them some life skills.

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Menstrual Hygiene Kits

In much of the developing world menstruation is a taboo subject and often the cause of missed days of school for young girls. When money is scarce families simply cannot afford to purchase goods that are commonplace in the developed world. Providing menstrual hygiene supplies and education is even more important in Nepal this year due to the destruction of clean water sources and toilets in many of the areas affected by the earthquakes in April and May of 2015.

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Women & Children’s Health Camp

We remain committed to the health of the villagers by providing ongoing health camps in Rupakot. These health camps are held at a very minimal cost ($0.20 fee) to the patient and are open to the general population. Camps will include general check-ups, diagnosis, medications, education, referral to hospitals and pre-natal care. We would also like to hold specialty camps throughout the year that would provide much needed care for health issues that cannot be fully addressed at either the health post or the general health camps.
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Vitamin Distribution

Project for a Village is partnering with Vitamin Angels to connect children and mothers in need with life changing vitamins and minerals. Most of the people in rural Nepal are sustenance farmers. The recent earthquakes destroyed many of the terraced hillsides compromising their food source and making the need for multivitamins even more important. We will be training local volunteers to assist us with this important program.

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AAMA Program

AAMA means Mother in Nepali and this program will offer a series of 4 classes for pregnant women. The first 3 classes are designed for antenatal education and the last class will teach postnatal self-care and newborn baby care. Because 80% of all deliveries are done at home in Nepal the goal for Project for a Village, Inc. is to offer educational classes to help prevent the complications associated with delivery.

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We are proud to announce that at the begining of this year we received the 501-c3 from the IRS, which means we are now a public charity. Our public charity number is 46-2938578. Please use our contact form for more information.

Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.
-The Lorax

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