• Burunchuli

    Almost Done! We're applying finishing touches to our project to rebuild the Burunchuli community from scratch and moving towards our goal of total earthquake rehabillitation!

  • Rebuilding Schools

    We would like to extend our deepest sense of gratitude towards the Honorable Ambassador of France, Mr. Yves Carmona for his visit to the site throughout the inauguration event. 

  • Rebuilding Burunchuli

    Creasion in collaboration with Rotary 3292 is rebuilding an entire community with fifty households at Burunchuli, Lalitpur. The community is inhabited by the Tamangs, one of the marginalized ethnic groups of Nepal, and are dependent on daily wage labour for susteinence.

  • Women in Rebuilding

    A woman from Burunchuli community stacks the brick to dry. The bricks are locally produced by a group of women that have taken on leading roles in rebuilding. RFC is a symbiotic rehabilitation model, where the beneficiaries are not just passive recipients but active members, who envision, plan and implement the changes they wish to see in their communities.

  • Nurturing Hopes

    A young girl walks to her school through the rubble at Burunchuli village. According to UNICEF 1.6 million school children are starting the new academic year in affected areas. Creasion has shouldered up the responsibiity of rebuilding schools and facilitating girl-child education as a major part of RFC project.

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  • Envisioning Healthier Nepal

    Creasion collaborated with Coca Cola (Bottler's Nepal Ltd) to build toilets and hand-washing facilities for school children at Shree Bhimsen Secondary School, Burunchuli. Creasion is committed to raise awareness about WaSH and improve sanitation condition at schools, which remains the major culprit for child mortality in Nepal.

  • Debunking Myths

    Healthy debate is the foundation of a well-informed and tolerant society. To initiate debates on the topics often not spoken about, Creasion started Debunking Myths series. Debunking Myths doesn’t plan on pointing our judgments passed in history and in the present as wrong or right but simply wants to instigate a certain level of curiosity in its audience – to learn more, explore more, and challenge more.

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  • Step-Up

    Despite the steady growth of the service sector- which is a major component of Nepali economy (ILO, Nepal Labour Market Update, 2014) - Nepal's young adults have been unable to derive the desired benefit from this burgeoning market. To empower the disenfranchised ethnic groups, VFC has launched Step Up, a career development program that aims to uplift each participant to a higher level of professional confidence, career-skill development and self-empowerment.

Let's get acquainted

CREASION is a not for profit, non-governmental organization that provides nepali citizens — especially those of a younger generation — the opportunity to actively participate in compassion-based change.

CREASION strives to be an innovative platform for development, collective solutions, sustainable progress, volunteerism, and research based tasks. CREASION runs two major programs: Rebuild For Change (RFC) and Volunteer For Change (VFC).

RFC is an earthquake recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction program, that works to create a sustainable model for earthquake-resilient villages in earthquake-affected communities.

VFC is a volunteer-platform conducting its activities with a special emphasis on youth-empowerment.

Where we work?

Community Development

Health & Education

Rural Infrastructure Development

Youth Engagement

Volunteerism

Rescue, Releif & rehabilitation

Thinley Wangchuk

Volunteer Spotlight

Thinley Wangchuk

Thinley Wangchuk, a young cheerful guy worked as an intern at Creasion for three months while waiting for his approval for Mahindra United World College (MUWCI) in India. Thinley, a Rato Bangla graduate, devotionately worked with the Volunteer For Change team and mainly involved in Tree of The Year event where he handled the social media, raised funds and coordinated among the participants of the event.

He shares his experience below:

"The experience I had in Creasion was a great one. As soon as I started working in the organization the friendly staff immediately welcomed me with open arms. In Creasion I could freely express my opinions and ideas to all the members who helped me implement it into the projects. Creasion also helped me grow as a person both mentally and socially. Out of the many projects I did in Creasion the Asian Tree of the Year-Nepal is one which I think was the most interesting and enjoyable to do. All in all Creasion really helped me develop as a person and gain essential knowledge in life. It is one experience I will never forget".

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