what we do
We focus our efforts on providing emergency care. With the help of volunteers and donations, we strive to make the following basic elements available to the most vulnerable.
Helping us means that our local teams and partners are able to evaluate the situation and provide direct support first-hand.
In this association, we all are musicians and artists and are grateful to the support from bands, festivals, tattoo artists all over the world as well as other foundations, enterprises, and people.
Brick klinn workers
We have been able to distribute a month's ration supply with daily food essentials to Brick Klinn workers at Satungal
Ration distribution: differently abled
Khagendra New Life Center
We have been able to distribute ration supplies with daily food essentials to support the differently abled at Khagendra New Life Center.
daily wage workers,
Through the help of Yellow House, we were able to recognize the people in need in Kathmandu Valley and were able to help more than 150 families, totaling up to more than 750 individuals.
Hot Meal distribution
During the lockdown, we were able to feed over 1500 daily wage workers, labor workers, and street children in various places around Kathmandu.
SUPPORT AT BORDER DisTricts,
with sano paila
We have been able to provide food, water, shelter, and essential supplies to local communities and help facilitate isolation centers in the southern parts of east Nepal.
with sano paila
On Monday, 6th of July, 2020, a team of our partners from Sano Paila with two volunteers from Metal for Nepal visited two Chepang Villages in Makwanpur to distribute ration packages to over 400 affected people.
After the earthquake in 2015 in which many houses were destroyed, No Silence for Nepal Association were able to build over 300 homes. Built in the traditional and ecological spirit, they were also equipped with toilets and rainwater collectors.
SUPPORT to migrant workers
with blink now
We have been able to provide food, water, shelter, and essential supplies to migrant workers entering back to Nepal. Although the number of people coming back has decreased, the situation is still dire.
Our volunteers in Kathmandu were called into action to provide emergency help to the most remote locations. They delivered food and water, medicine, blankets ad sleeping bags to the most vulnerable.
From May to September 2015, we organised 18 shows across four different countries. Furthermore, 10 supports shows were organised by friends and bands in Switzerland. So we can say 30 shows with a total of 3,000 guests and 150 metal bands!