Au Revoir and all the best Neeta! Scott Wilson Nepal Pvt. Ltd. Farewell speeches are never very easy. It was a similar case for Ms. Neeta Dangol, a valued member of the Scott Wilson Nepal family. She is leaving for France to pursue her Master’s Degree in...
Scott Wilson Nepal- A life changing experience Er. Asmita Sharma Civil Engineer Being a fresh graduate and having no professional experience made me a little nervous while going for my interview but I was keen to enter professional engineering...
First Day? Nothing to Worry About Ms. Apekshya Pal Intern As a newly hired intern in an office, how do you find out your way inside the office? Where is your station? Who is your supervisor? And where do you sit? All of these questions take even...
A dream of Bhakta Bahadur Praja to live in a permanent home is now turning to reality with ‘Hamro Ghar; Leave No One Behind’ Project
By Er. Asmita Sharma
Earthquake on April 2015 hitted this Chepang community to more crisis and vulnerability. Homes were shattered,
“Child delivery in torch light was very challenging job to do”, says Muna Thapa, Nurse in Kutumsang Health Unit.
By Er. Ishan Sakumi
Kutumsang Community Health Centre, Nuwakot has been providing its service to the villagers with the daily patient
SW Nepal partners with private sector and local entrepreneurs of Helambu to build ecologically friendly tourism services along the route of Helambu Trek.
By Er. Usha Humagain
A girl, just after her undergraduate, goes to an office for interview with her dad. Having no professional exposure before, she talks with the CEO of the organization with nervousness and enthusiasm.
By Er. Pawan Rana
In a developing country like Nepal, lime can have additional application in building low cost sustainable buildings such as straw bale houses.
By Er. Gaurav Sapkota
Today’s age is the Information age, where we share data frequently, and for managing those data, technology is used.
Construction Work using Lime Materials Nepal’s heavy dependence on cement for construction is both expensive and unsustainable. As such we have begun piloting the use of lime and earth mortars as a substitute for cement. Lime and earth can be used to construct...