Binod visits Rotary Club of Patan-Heritage

During a visit to Nepal in February Binod Amatya visited our partner club, the Rotary Club of Mount Everest but also paid a visit to the Rotary Club of Patan-Heritage, which presented him with their club's banner.

Binod with Rotary Club of Patan-Heritage

TThe Rotary Ckun of Patan-Heritage is a new club, charted only last year (2022). It is located in the Patan district of Lalitpur and so is a neigbour to the RC of Mount Everest Lalitpur, which our club has worked with to accomplish various projects, including the one to refurbish five schools after the earthquakes in 2015 and to  provide update training for 25 teachers from these schools

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    Binod with Rotary Club of Patan-Heritage

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