What is Hands Together doing?
Aided by trusted local experts we are supporting projects initiated by the community
Paying for school provisions, meals and teacher salaries and training
Promoting healthcare initiatives (medical camps, dental checks etc)
Paying for the construction of classrooms

With your help the work begun can continue and develop. We could
Explore with villagers further ways of improving education and the health of their community

Facts about Nepal

  • Nepal is the 3rd poorest country in Asia
  • The literacy rate is only 63.5%
  • 3.5% of children do not live to see their fifth birthday

Tiplyang is a rural community in Nepal 4 hours’ drive north-west of Pokhara on the route to the Annapurna trekking region.

Tiplyang was the home of Honorary Lieutenant Tul Bahadur Pun VC. In his memory and that of Major Jimmy Lumley and Captain Michael Allmand VC,the Allmand and Lumley families funded the building of the new school by the Gurkha Welfare Trust (see background for more details). Elizabeth Allmand responded to requests for further help by establishing Hands Together – Tiplyang Project which is working with the villagers of Tiplyang and the neighbouring communities of Banduk, Dosalle, Kaphaldanda and Ghandruk to provide ongoing support.