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Villagers have been commuting through narrow trails up and down the hill in the remote areas of Gorkha and Rasuwa. They connect one village to another and are the only route to go to schools, health posts, market and the forests.

Villagers have been commuting through narrow trails up and down the hill in the remote areas of Gorkha and Rasuwa. They connect one village to another and are the only route to go to schools, health posts, market and the forests.

The only trails to commute were severely affected by the earthquake as well as the landslide caused by the quake and are in dire need of reconstruction.

The only trails to commute were severely affected by the earthquake as well as the landslide caused by the quake and are in dire need of reconstruction.

People in Need (PIN) have been working in remote areas of Gorkha and Rasuwa for the rehabilitation of trails that were badly affected by the earthquake.

People in Need (PIN) have been working in remote areas of Gorkha and Rasuwa for the rehabilitation of trails that were badly affected by the earthquake.


The project hires the members of the affected communities.

The project hires the members of the affected communities.

Locals can then revive the economic condition of the earthquake affected population by providing them with temporary job opportunity and to support the community in rehabilitation of the local infrastructure i.e. walking trail.

Locals can then revive the economic condition of the earthquake affected population by providing them with temporary job opportunity and to support the community in rehabilitation of the local infrastructure i.e. walking trail.

“I bought this goat from the money earned by working on the trail for 14 days. I’ll sell it when it’s full grown and buy more,” says Prem Maya Gurung, earthquake survivor and a participant of walking trail restoration from Gorkha.

“I bought this goat from the money earned by working on the trail for 14 days. I’ll sell it when it’s full grown and buy more,” says Prem Maya Gurung, earthquake survivor and a participant of walking trail restoration from Gorkha.


The trail restoration provided temporary job opportunities, increased accessibility to the remote region as well as opportunities for tourism.

The trail restoration provided temporary job opportunities, increased accessibility to the remote region as well as opportunities for tourism.

All the participants are paid equally regardless of their age and gender.

All the participants are paid equally regardless of their age and gender.

One of the women participating in the project.

One of the women participating in the project.



125 kilometers of trails will be rehabilitated and over 1800 workers will participate in the project from the local communities.

125 kilometers of trails will be rehabilitated and over 1800 workers will participate in the project from the local communities.

Unnat Goreto is the name of the project ‘Resilient Rehabilitation of Trails in Highly Affected Communities of Gorkha and Rasuwa’, funded with UK aid from the UK government.

Unnat Goreto is the name of the project ‘Resilient Rehabilitation of Trails in Highly Affected Communities of Gorkha and Rasuwa’, funded with UK aid from the UK government.



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