top of page

Love is in the Air

I love to report that a home construction is going well.

The new project in Nepal, for our beneficiary family, is moving right along under the expert guidance of our in-country project manager and local construction crew.

At MicroAid, we use local materials and labor to further assist an area affected by a natural disaster. And for more than seven years, we have been rebuilding comfortable, permanent homes for families that survived the 2015 Gorkha earthquake (among our many other project sites around the world). In Nepal, MicroAid works in the urban town of Bhaktapur, where few, if any other, organizations did any recovery work. It is expensive, cramped, and difficult, but MicroAid is undeterred!

For the Dumaru family, we took down their old, dangerously-damaged house and are building a new one from the ground up.

It is easier and more reliable to build on an empty lot than to try to repair a damaged structure.

Our houses are built to withstand future disasters and last for generations to come.

Thank you for being a part of this important work. MicroAid would not be able to help families without our donors.

Thank you.

Wishing us all the best.


Jon Ross

Founder/project manager


Recent Posts
Search By Tags
Follow Us
  • Facebook - Black Circle
  • Black Twitter Icon
  • Instagram - Black Circle
bottom of page