कोरोना भाइरस (कोभीड १९) सम्बन्धि जरुरि सूचना
विश्वभरी महामारीको रुपमा फैलिरहेको कोरोना भाइरसबाट सावधानी अपनाउनको लागि विभिन्न कुरामा ध्यान पुर्याउन आवश्यक हुन्छ । यो भाइरस अन्य कुनै भाइरस संग नमिल्ने भएकाले यसलाई नोभेल कोरोना भाइरस भनि...
Starting as a humble initiative in 2007 by some of the retired Chhetri Army personnel of Gurkha has now significantly expanded to become one of the competent and respected social organization in the UK. Working with the Chhetri communities in the UK with the coverage in most parts of the country where the targeted communities are settled, it implements its support initiatives at need, cohesive lively hood and advocates for the promotion of its cultural heritage both to the upcoming generation of Chhetri and wider arena of social composition.
CSUK is a self-steamed community based non-governmental and not profit making volunteer organization. It has standard organizational structure and membership alignment which enable every member to establish his/her say and act selflessly for the support at need in the community. We aim to work with Chhetri and other ethnic communities in the UK.
At present, CSUK has almost 300 aligned members, a full-fledged functioning 23 members of the executive committee, Seven area committees, a patron club and five members of the Advisory body which is managed and controlled by Seven members of the Board of Trustees.
To help and support its community members at-need and promote the Cultural heritage within and outside the community with greater emphasis to women and children.
CSUK adopts the following broad objectives to fulfil its strategies:
• Formulate a wider support initiative to its members and wider social arena at need.
• Raise the fund through contribution and membership levy in order to size its supportive initiatives.
• Publish community-oriented educational, advocacy, and development publications for the members, wider community volunteers, and others involved in community development.