We thought we would use our latest post to share with you some promotional videos that have been released this week.
These first two are both to do with the work of EQUIP, the teacher training branch of KISC, and two of the ways in which they help rural Nepali schools and pupils.
Donate a KISC Tin Trunk Library in Nepal from Colin Cabalka on Vimeo.
KISC: Send a child to school, change a life from Colin Cabalka on Vimeo.
These following two videos are the first two in a series of eight short films which were produced by a good friend of ours. They show you some of the work that the International Nepal Fellowship (INF) are doing here in Nepal. Obviously this isn't the work we are involved with directly, but a number of the parents of our students at KISC work for INF. They would not be able to continue their work here in Nepal if there wasn't a good school available for their children. So your support of us enables us to work at KISC and KISC enables the parents of our students to continue to play their vital roles at INF which allows the work in these videos to continue. So we're all part of this...
INF Sports Day from International Nepal Fellowship on Vimeo.
INF Client Faces from International Nepal Fellowship on Vimeo.
Keep an eye on the INF website for the rest of the videos as they are released in the coming weeks. Or you can "like" INF on Facebook and see them there.
If you want to know more about the work of INF they have just produced a book called "Light Dawns in Nepal" by Tom Hale (A well known Nepal missionary who has written books about his own experiences such as "Don't let the goats eat the Loquat trees"). This new book is a history of the work of INF in Nepal. A very interesting read. Follow this link to find out where you can get a copy: