Cunina has been working to improve the lives of Nepali communities for over 2 decades. Cunina has contributed to the education sector, health sector, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene WASH sector, along with youth empowerment and employment
Very first child sponsporship, with Nepal becoming the fourth partner
country of Cunina, started with support for 12 students
construction of hostel in Khandbari for 100 children
Opening of Khandbari hostel and suported 80 sudents with free lodging
Cunina Nepal was registered as an NGO, purchased land for the Cunina
Boarding School, starts training 20 students in the Chiwong Monastery
Started building Cunina Boarding School.
Arun Valley Boarding School construction started because children in had no acces to education.
Conversion of Khandbari hostel into an educational/ skills center starting
with an 18 month medical assistant training for 40 pax in each session
Started building a new hostel for the monks of CHiwong Monastery
Idea to build green village in Sekha along with a Cunina Eco skill center,
July, built Hattiya primary school with 5 classrooms for 38 students
The Chiwong monastery hostel fell during the earthquake
Started another secondary school in Chepuwa with 6 classrooms, @ 2200m
close to the tibetan border for 296 students.
Cunina Boarding School in Sekaha has 9 furnished primary school classrooms,
3 furnished kindergartens, recreation hall, sanitary blocks, 5 computers, 2.5 K
water pipes and 2000L water tank for 300 students. Arun Valley school has 165
students, 10 classrooms, 3 kindergartens and a sanitary block
August, started building the IT skills center in Kathmandu to train 250 annually
November the Chiwong monastery hostel was rebuilt with earthquake resistent technology and insulation and reinaugurated
More classrooms from Arun Valley School; Music & Art School in Sekha
for 400 students, secondary school and a school bus, hospitality and agriculture
training at the Green village along with sewing workshop.
CPET was conceptualized to provide economic sustianbility for Cunina.
The construction for the green village has begun, constructing 8 homes.
Cunina is building a total of eight houses in the Green Village. Only tourists will
be able to stay in these houses. Here, the students of the hospitality training can
put their knowledge into practice and complete their internship by helping the
visitors of the Green Village. After their internship, they will be ready for a job in
the tourism sector.
The second step is to invest in an agricultural training, because the Nepalese
mountain people eat almost the same thing every day. The students will learn
how to grow vegetables that are hard to find in the region. These vegetables will
be used in meals for the tourists and those that remain will be sold at the local
This way, the project will become self-sufficient. Cunina will use the money
earned from the tourist residences and the agricultural training to invest in the
quality of the education at the Cunina Boarding School.