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jose diaz

NepalHetauda, Nepal

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September 9, 2010

Jose diaz

About Me: 

I am Spanish but have lived in Nepal for the last ten years. Initially i went ther as volunteer teacher trainer in rural areas of makwanpur district . During those two years i fell in love with the life i had,so near the rice fields, the farmers, the children, the birds. I still remember it like being in touch with life for the first time. My werstern upbringing had not allowed me to expeirience life, real life.

I was so thankful to life for the great experience that i wanted to give something back to Nepal, and specially to those children who i had seen breaking up stones, making bricks,working in canteens or just unable to smile after yeras of abuse and sexual explotation. I felt a strong urge to help these kids and bring a smile to their faces. So I founded Educanepal, a small Spanish charity. We have small budget but are able to do prevention work in villages by raising awareness , taking kids to school and providing training and shelter for girls who are at risk. We work throgh CWN in Makwanpur district of Nepal.

My Passions: 
Personal growth
My Challenges: 
Find total peace within
My Vision for the Future: 
A loving and caring world
My Areas of Expertise: 
Project coordinator, training, counselling
My Languages: 
Spanish, English, Nepali

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