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Bridges accross Hewa Khola
Electricity
Fishpond
Health Centre
Kindergarten
Old-age home

Reconstruction of houses
Road from Chhulemu
Sanitation
Trecking route to Khumbu
V
illage centre
Village school
Waste management
Water supply
Winegrowing
The cultivation of vines has two advantages: Their roots grow deep into the soil and thus provide a natural protection against landslides, and the grapes are a healthy and nutricious food.

Lhakpa Doma Sherpa has started to introduce vine stocks in Hewa in 2015 when she brought first plants from Rebencenter Dreher in Auggen in Southwest Germany. More vine stocks have been introduced in 2016, after the first plants proved to have grown well. Klaus Bender, the chairman of Verein Nepal-Inzlingen, brought more plants when he visited the village in October 2016; Rebencenter Dreher even donated some of these plants.

It is planned to extend the cultivation of vine stocks in the years to come, in Hewa as well as in the adjacent small hamlet of Siteling.

Vine planted in December 2015
Dawa and Klaus planting vin in October 2016
A vine stock planted in December 2015 (Source of both picture: Klaus Bender) Dawa Sherpa and Klaus Bender planting a vine stock in October 2016



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