Our Impact

The April 2015 earthquakes, killed more than 8,800 in Nepal, displaced 450,000 people, this includes 32,000 classrooms destroyed, resulting in 1.7 million children being affected and unable to return to school (1).

Our initial relief approach focused on rebuilding temporary houses in remote regions immediately after the earthquake. Our funds were raised through donations from friends, family and our local community.

In 2016, we launched our ‘Pretty with Purpose’ jewellery to create a sustainable approach to support our rebuilding efforts, for schools and education programs.

We prove our impact

We are impact driven and to prove we are, we track our support and provide detailed information about the life-changing projects taking place.

Click on the map and find out how we are changing lives.

Our goal is to rebuild 10 schools in rural areas of Nepal by 2018.

2 Pairs Project makes sure we are impact driven and to prove we are, we track our support and provide detailed information about the life-changing projects taking place.

About Nepal

  • 28,174,724 national population
  • 25.2% live below poverty line
  • 66% of females attend primary school
  • 74% of males attend primary school

Our Work

Since the earthquake we have:

  • Rebuilt homes
    for over 200 people
  • Rebuilt 4 schools
    and 5 classrooms
  • Supplied over 440 children
    and teachers with school equipment
  • Hired 4 locals to support
    the rebuilding of schools
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  • Rebuilt a home
    Rebuilt homes
    Rebuilt a school
    Provided building material
    Funded a computer teacher
    Provided school equipment
    Job creation
    Taught English
    Rebuilding a home
    Rebuilding homes
    Rebuilding a school
    Providing building materials
    Funding a computer teacher
    Providing school equipments
    Job creation
    Teaching English

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