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Summer 2019

Kalika Secondary School in Rakha, D2N's twelfth and final school, was completed in June, bringing our school reconstruction project to an end. In Detroit we are looking forward to our August 24th Community Health Fair at the SAY Detroit Family Health Clinic. Together, kids from Mama Shu's Hood Camp and surrounding community members will tour the SAY Clinic and enjoy a bbq across the street at the Buckets of Rain gardens. Attendees can have their blood pressure checked and receive a 'free prescription for vegetable' bag and a backpack with school supplies. WNUC will broadcast from the fair, making the event a perfect example of our Detroit partners sharing ideas and resources.


Fall 2018

Fall brings the harvest season so it is a perfect time to introduce the newest member of the EVO Detroit family: Buckets of Rain. Buckets of Rain's urban gardens in Highland Park provide vegetables for homeless shelters, neighbors and their prescription for vegetables program at the S.A.Y. Detroit Family Health Clinic. Doctors at the clinic write “prescriptions” for patients who then visit Bucket of Rain’s one-acre urban garden across from the clinic for the recommended vegetables at no charge. An equally unique program has started at our Nepal Health Posts and Birthing Centers: portable ultrasound. As D2N builds more health posts and birthing centers, we are evaluating how to expand the services rendered. Ultrasound evaluations during preganancy is one example how we can deliver more sophisticated services benefiting pregnant women. The local community in Dipsung is currently formulating a proposal to D2N which will integrate ultrasound with our check ups during pregnancy.


April 2018

D2N is proud to be acknowledged by Mitch Albom and S.A.Y. Detroit for our work in Detroit! EVO Detroit (Empowerment, Vestment, Ownership), our Detroit initiative, encourages the neighborhoods to identify a priority, design a solution, execute the project and ultimately own the project.


February 2018

During my recent trip to Nepal I had the opportunity to view the future site of our fourth health post and birthing center in Baspani, see the latest progress on our health post in Sapteshwor, learn how well the Dindu/Dipsung Health Post and Birthing Center is functioning, meet with our ngo partners, Nava Jyoti and Creative Porter's Society, visit the site of Baikalpik Primary School and attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Kalika Secondary School in Bakachol. It was a great trip!

Sunset over Baksila.