CODEC UK have led and been involved in several projects not just in the UK but also in Nepal. Some notable projects include Food Aid, Isolation Aid, provided urgent medical equipment to hospitals in Nepal.
Past & Ongoing Projects
CODEC-UK Seaside Trip 2022
CODEC-UK is pleased to announce that our Annual Seaside Trip will resume this year, following a two-year break due to the pandemic. The journey will take place on July 23, 2022 to Bournemouth Beach.
We still want to keep it as safe as possible, therefore we've chosen not to collect a large gathering; as a result, the number of tickets available will be limited to 159.
The tickets can now be purchased by clicking on the link below. Grab yours while you still have the chance. The page will be automatically closed once the tickets are sold out!
CODEC-UK Gurkha Cup Sponsorship Opportunity
We are very proud to announce that our boys from our community are going to be representing us at the Gurkha Cup on the 4th June 2022.
CODEC UK are looking for sponsors for their Gurka Cup team. This is your chance to promote your business, all whilst contributing to a noble and exciting cause.
If you are interested please feel free to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us on our Instagram or Facebook.
Alternatively, you can CLICK HERE to make a contribution.
Project Sambhav & CODEC-UK Educational Material Fundraiser
In collaboration with Project Sambhav, we are collectively raising funds to buy stationery and books for under-privileged children in Nepal. These will mainly be patients from the paediatric ward at AMDA hospital in Butwal (non-profit hospital we have worked with in the past).
We will be focusing on particularly giving to people who come from low-income backgrounds and rural vicinities of Butwal for treatment in the city.
We are also in the process to collaborate with government schools in Nepal to assist in other educational needs, which your donation can support. Any donation you can give will be directly used to buy educational material, with receipts that will be published on both CODEC-UK & Project Sambhav's social pages.
CLICK HERE to donate!
Stroke Awareness Talk via Zoom - 24 April 2022
Join us via zoom for a free talk about stroke awareness on 24th April 2022. We will be joined by Barry Coppock, a representative from Stroke Association UK. You can ask questions and raise any issues you may have about this topic.
The topics covered on the day will be:
- What is stroke?
- Spotting the signs of a stroke
- The effects of stroke
- Reducing your risk
- What we do
CLICK HERE to join the meeting
New Year 2079 joint celebration with NBC UK
- 10 April 2022
Nepali new years charity event with dinner and an evening full of entertainment!
Join us to celebrate the new year with your family & friends and raise donations to support Ukraine. All the donations raised will go to the Disasters Emergency Committee Ukraine Appeal. As we all know, Ukraine is facing a humanitarian crisis. Millions of people have fled their homes, thousands of people are deprived of basic needs (like food and shelter) and medical care. With the ongoing violence, an enormous number of people urgently need our help right now.
Please donate what you can to provide life-saving aid for families affected by the Ukraine crisis.
CLICK HERE to purchase your ticket
The Food Aid project was inspired by the initiative taken by the Nepalese temple, Pashupatinath in Southeast London. With the aim of providing relief to the Nepalese students and Nepalese elderly, who were facing difficulties due to the global pandemic Coronavirus (COVID-19), Community Development Center -UK (CODEC-UK) organised a food distribution support project. Over 50 students and elderly were provided food aid during this project.
The purpose of this project is to reduce isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic. This is planned to be achieved via video conferencing, online support, and volunteer support in accordance with the government guidelines. CODEC aims to educate the elderly on how to use online video conferencing platforms such as zoom or Facebook messenger to increase interaction amongst family/friends. They will be encouraged to join yoga sessions, film screenings, health talks, and other activities to promote good mental and physical health.
Let Nepal Breathe
CODEC UK collaborated with the Let Nepal Breathe campaign to help supply urgent medical equipment to those in need, focusing mainly on vulnerable communities in Nepal.
Let Nepal Breathe is a UK-based initiative for urgent COVID Crisis Relief in Nepal that aim to:
- Work with frontline workers in Nepal to provide practical on-demand equipment and PPE
- To leverage Nepalese overseas presence in order to influence large foreign organizations to send aid
- Connect individuals and communities who want to help and expedite the process