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EWB-UCL receives letter of appreciation from Nepal

By Kerry Milton, on 14 August 2015

In July, the Engineers Without Borders (EWB) team at UCL received a thoughtful letter of appreciation from the Team for Nature and Wildlife in Nepal thanking them for their hard work building an earthquake resistant school in the region, which survived the tragic earthquake that hit the region in April. See below for the letter in full:

To: Engineers Without Borders (EWB) University College London (UCL) and Team Members Kristy Revell, Paul Davies, OyinAdeniji, Jacob Borchers

A letter of appreciation

For building an earthquake-resistance school for underprivileged children

Dear EWB-UCL team/members,

I, on behalf on TNW, would like to extend this letter of appreciation to you in recognition of your great efforts and contribution in constructing an earthquake-resistant school building in 2012/13.

We feel extremely sad with the news that 36 people were killed in Dolakha by the 12th May Earthquake, which had its epicenter in Sunkhani VDC, of the district. This is the same VDC where TNW Nepal built an earthquake resistant school building fro the underprivileged and disadvantaged children of SaraswatiVidyaMandir, with your great support.

The school building ithat we built with your hard work, efforts and contribution is safe and without any damage.

I would look forward to working with EWB-UCL and team members in our future social initiatives too.


BK Dalit, Leadership-TNW

15th July 2015

For more information on EWB-UCL, please visit the website

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