Nearly always, you will find us reporting on events and projects in Nepal – now for once, the Austrian press is reporting on us! What a nice change … 😉 We are grateful to Bezirkszeitung for lending us their platform. You can find the article here.
Last Friday, PHASE was awarded a certificate for ten years of membership with the Austrian label of quality for donors, the Österreichisches Spendengütesiegel, on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the foundation of this organisation. The label stands for efficient and transparent accounting in fundraising non-profit organisations and certifies that organisations fulfill accounting and efficiency criteria reviewed in annual independent audits. Our organistion has been a member for ten years now.
We are pround and happy to present our Annual Report 2020 (in German) – in spite of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in Nepal as well as in Austria, this year has been a successful one for our organisation. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our donors as well as those who give their time and expertise to help us reach our goals! Thank you so much!
Our current PHASE Austria newsletter provides news and information on our projects in Nepal as well as our fundraising activities in Austria. This time, we have very good news again: With support from the German Schöck-Familien-Stifung we are able to fund an agricultural project focusing on nutrition in the remote community of Bhee (Mugu District) which will complement the EKFS-funded health programme there. We are also happy present our Annual Report 2020 with provides detailed information on the projects in Nepal as well as our accounts. This year, we have reached two major milestones: since PHASE Austria’s foundation in 2007, we have now provided more than one million Euros for […]
We wish all our supporters and friends a very happy New Year! After this year, which, in very different ways, has been so difficult for all of us but also saw some wonderful successes, we are cautiously optimistic for this coming year. Amongst others, a substantial grant from the Austrian Development Agency will enable us to support a new health, livelihoods and education programme in four communities in Bajura and Humla over the next three years.
In our December newsletter, you will find current information on our activities in Austria and developments in our projects in Nepal. Unfortunately, the newsletter is only available in German; to subscribe, please write a short e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the time of the year when it is tempting to look back and think about the past year – and this brings me to the first point of order: a heartfelt thank you to all our supporters and friends! Without private donations guaranteeing our independence, we would simply be unable to support PHASE’s work in Nepal! Women in Luma, one of the project communities In the past year, this enabled us to win substantial support from Else Kröner-Fresenius-Stiftung for PHASE’s maternal and child health programme in Mugu, as well as funding from the City of Vienna for a Girls’ Empowerment Programme in neighbouring Bajura district. In this context, […]
Our PHASE Austria Newsletter (in German) provides information on Brita Pohl’s monitoring visit to the PHASE projects in Mugu in November, but also reports the start of a new girls empowerment project in neighbouring Bajura, and the visit of an Austrian Development Agency representative to the Mugu project area.
News about developments within our projects in Nepal as well as information regarding our work in Austria, including the project launch of our new project on maternal and child healthcare in Mugu (funded by EKFS), some changes in the project plan in our food security project (supported by the City of Vienna), and our efforts at professionalization in our operations in Austria – PHASE Austria now has offices in Vienna for the first time since its foundation! Please find the newsletter (in German) here.
Last week, Rosie Swale-Pope (72), who is currently running from England to Nepal for PHASE passed through Vienna. PHASE Austria welcomed her on Heldenplatz in central Vienna where she arrived on Sunday after a tour de force of more than 100 km in two days. We would like to express our special thanks to Nina and Christian Burscha and their team at Folieren Austria who lovingly and beautifully re-wrapped Rosie’s trailer “Ice Chick”, her mobile home for the duration – and donated their work! On Thursday evening, Rosie went on towards Bratislava and Budapest – follow her here. We will continue to report on her journey!
Just in time for the Nepali New Year, we are happy to present our April newsletter with information on our activities in Austria, an invitation to visit the exhibition “Nepal Art Now” at the Weltmuseum Wien with us, and the most recent developments in our Urban Health project in Kathmandu. Our newsletter is published roughly every three months, unfortunately only in German. If you would like to subscribe, please write a short e-mail to email@example.com!
At this year’s General Assembly our new board team was voted in – but the highlight of the evening was our guests, Dr. Gerda Pohl and Urmila Adhikari of PHASE Nepal who gave us fascinating insights into the details of the work in PHASE communities. For all those who missed it, her presentation was posted live on our facebook page.
In our December Newsletter, we can report the approval of a project proposal for a maternal and child health project in Mugu District by the ADA (Austrian Development Agency), the start of our Urban Health project in Kathmandu (supported by the City of Vienna), the completion of the construction of an Outreach Clinic in Hagam, and developments with PHASE Austria. Unfortunately, the newsletter is currently only available in German. We would be glad to hear your opinion and ideas for our work!
Read about the latest developments in our projekts and with PHASE in our June 2018 Newsletter (in German), including news about City of Vienna funding for a project – Urban Health in Kathmandu – and the successful conclusion of our project School Access for Disadvantaged Children in Humla.