This proposal was wroted in 25.12.2015.
I will write update timeline on next proposal.
This proposal only is my idea’s sketchy description, my plan. Because I’m not
experienced in humanitarian projects oversea...
Initially I contemplated widely applied to households in Nepal, but it is ovlerload
for me. I adjusted this plan deploy on...
I). Instability energy in Nepal
II). What affects to Nepal
III). Support from outside or foreign country
IV). Solutions ma...
I). Nepal Enegy Problems
Because the Indian government embargo, the communication between Nepal and India
is closed so tha...
I). Instability energy in Nepal
people are standing in line and waiting
for turn to buy petrol, the price now is
150,000vn...
Gas for cooking is limitted and the price is increased so high, now it’s
2,500,000vnd/piece
I). Instability energy in Nepal
Because of lacking gas, most of people have to cook by wood
I). Instability energy in Nepal
International newspaper posted the fuel problem of Nepal
* Snaking Lines Grow as Nepal Confronts Fuel Shortage
http://www....
* Fuel emergency hamstrings tourism in Nepal
http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2015/10/fuel-emergency-hamstrings-t...
II). What affects to Nepal?
1). lacking of gas for daily life of local people
2). lacking petrol for doing business, and r...
II). Ảnh hưởng gì tới Nepal
8). The bad affect to monasteries :
+ Monasteries mostly in high mountain, road to the monaste...
III). Support from forein country
1). support of the Chinese government is the majority
‘We were forced to secure energy d...
IV). The solution can be deployed
1). solar energy
2). wind energy
3). heat energy
4). Tapping energy from gas hydrates
5)...
1). solar power
a). Advantage
- Suitable to apply because Nepal have enough space and always full of sunny.
- flexible to ...
2). windy power
a). Advantage
- suitable to apply because nepal is located at mountains, windy.
- Can Apply flexible from ...
3). Thermal Enegy
a). advantage
- coal and wood are available in nepal
b). unadvantage
- need a big system, high investmen...
4). Tapping energy from gas hydrates
a). Advantage
- Can delevery directly to each family
b). Disadvantage
- Source operat...
5). Biogas
a). Advantage
- useful for each o family, especially the area is far way from city center
- Protecting the envi...
1). Bio Gas
2). disadvantage of biogas brick circle in Nepal
3). biogas brick circle improved VACVINA
4). Bio gas plastic ...
V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
1). Biogas
Biogas is a biological energy that results from the compression or zo...
1). Biogas
Biogas enegy
Energy Biogas
Biogas is considered as a kind of biological energy that results from the compressio...
1). Biogas
advantages of biogas : One of the advantages of using biogas as a fuel for cooking
compare with using firewood ...
2). Limitations of biogas in Nepal
Nepal also had built biogas brick
circle / bridge but built tunnels
with old technology...
3). Biogas brick cellar VACVINA
Products of the Centre for Research and Development of Rural Communities (CCRD)
V). Bio Ga...
3). Biogas brick cellar VACVINA
a). Advantages: materials are available locally; no difficulties for transport, prepared
f...
3). Biogas brick cellar VACVINA
- Technology transfer
- Transfer time: 15 days (including time for preparation and operati...
4). Composite plastic Biogas tunnel
.
V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
4). Composite plastic Biogas tunnel
.
V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
Composite tunnel is designed spherically
with 4 pieces. 2 half-sphere and two "ears"
as input and output. Smallest design ...
a). Advantage:
- High durability, limiting cracks
- Duplicating from this site to many different mold from which to produc...
Alternative Technology transfer:
- If the complete technology transfer (manufacturing site, producing tunnel, installation...
Option to buy the molds and deliver to Nepal:
- The size and number of panels on right site by the size of the tunnel (lik...
- 1 mold 1 day only produce a maximum of 2 tunnels. But can make use cellar made
from this mold to make molds to produce.
...
VI). Deployment
1). Experts VN delegation to Nepal
2). Financial Planning for deployment
3). Working and hand over technol...
1). Experts VN delegation to Nepal
a). The number of experts:
b). Time Transfer
c). Carrying belongings
d). Funds transfer...
1). Experts VN delegation to Nepal
a). The number of expert
+ 2, 3 people stay in Nepal around 15 - 30 days
b). Duration t...
VI). Deployment
1). Expert VN delegation to Nepal
c). Items carrying belongings
+ mold: 03 molds
VI). Deployment
1). Expert VN delegation to Nepal
d). Transfer Cost
* Purchases of mold: 03 x 20 million = sash 60 million...
VI). Deployment
2). Financial Planning
a). Raise money
b). Expenditure management
c). Operating, monitoring
VI). Deployment
2). Financial Planning
a). Rasie money :
+ Individual organizations supporting Nepal in Vietnam
+ Individu...
VI). Deployment
2). Financial Planning
b). Expenditure management:
+ Initially team to bring connectivity and transfer sol...
VI). Deployment
2). Financial Planning
c). Operation, monitoring:
+ New Team operation will take the next job.
+ Monitor w...
VI). Deployment
3). hand over technology transfer
- In first 20-30 days will guide molding, make products, duplicating mol...
XIII). What will Vietnam get if this plan is applying?
.
These are technologies, it’s not new products and available on th...
IX). The benefits of carrying out composite tunnel
1). Easy cloning to deploy on a large scale: In 01 days, 01 site create...
Some advantages of biogas tunnel :
- The building has a spherical structure, includes multiple parts assembled
together so...
IX). The benefits of carrying out composite tunnel
Nepali people will love, cherish buffalo / cows than before, they will ...
Nepali people will love, cherish buffalo / cows than before, they will stop
killing buffalo / cows like before. Because bu...
1). Find providers import input materials to Nepal. Good quality materials from China
by road & from Malaysia, Indonesia ,...
3). figure out the cost of construction : need to derivative the land. construction jobs
not to much.
+ Building materials...
The proposal made by Pham Thanh Hung
I am a Buddhist, every year I do my pilgrimage in
Nepal and Nepal as my second homela...
Phạm Thanh Hùng.
I tried to ask 01 biogas composite in Vietnam, I
discussed the issue with them. They answered
conventiona...
Mr. Nguyễn Đức Thịnh – Vice Director of
Centre for Research and Development of
Rural Communities (CCRD)
After I presented ...
The proposal made by
Mr Thinh introduces 01 company in
South has experience & deployment
capacity. This company wellcome &...
This proposal only is sketchy description my idea, my plan. Because I’m not
experienced in humanitarian projects oversea &...
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  1. 1. This proposal was wroted in 25.12.2015. I will write update timeline on next proposal.
  2. 2. This proposal only is my idea’s sketchy description, my plan. Because I’m not experienced in humanitarian projects oversea & working with international organizations. So that this proposal is only at the level of sharing information & I hope receive many contribution, feedback of person & organizations to help thi plan can be successfully . I hope this plan can help & usedful for many monasteries in Nepal can be seft- enegy . Thereby can improving monk / noun life be better. Maybe there are personal / organizations have enough competence & suitable to deploy this plan to succesful. I think not necessarily bring from Vietnam, which may from countries bordering Nepal ( China, India, Bhutan …) have the advantage of transportation ( by road).
  3. 3. Initially I contemplated widely applied to households in Nepal, but it is ovlerload for me. I adjusted this plan deploy only for the monastery in Nepal, I think it become esasy to deploy. And whether mass deployment or concentration makes the monastery before it personally and I wish this plan is a non-profit, humanitarian. I hope that if successful, personal / team / organizations in Nepal deploy this plan also follow the above undertakings.
  4. 4. I). Instability energy in Nepal II). What affects to Nepal III). Support from outside or foreign country IV). Solutions may apply V). Bio Gas solution of Vietnam VI). Deployment
  5. 5. I). Nepal Enegy Problems Because the Indian government embargo, the communication between Nepal and India is closed so that’s why energy source such as: petrol, gas, etc. was stopped. Millions of people are lack of combustion fuel for daily living and doing business. This is the reason why leads to the energy crisis in Nepal, living cost is increased suddenly and very high that affects very much to local people including mental and physical.
  6. 6. I). Instability energy in Nepal people are standing in line and waiting for turn to buy petrol, the price now is 150,000vnd/lit (around 6,7 usd/lit)
  7. 7. Gas for cooking is limitted and the price is increased so high, now it’s 2,500,000vnd/piece I). Instability energy in Nepal
  8. 8. Because of lacking gas, most of people have to cook by wood I). Instability energy in Nepal
  9. 9. International newspaper posted the fuel problem of Nepal * Snaking Lines Grow as Nepal Confronts Fuel Shortage http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/16/world/asia/nepal-kathmandu-fuel-shortage.html?_r=1 * Nepal reels from fuel shortage due to Indian embargo http://aa.com.tr/en/politics/nepal- reels-from-fuel-shortage-due-to-indian-embargo/472051 * Nepal running on empty as energy crisis deepens http://www.haveeru.com.mv/nepal/40414 * Nepal police clear protesters' blockade at India border http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2015/11/nepal-police-clear-protesters-blockade-india-border- 151102073652349.html * ‘We were forced to secure energy deal with China’ http://www.thehindu.com/news/international/south-asia/we-were-forced-to-secure-energy- deal-with-china/article7823961.ece * Nepal's fuel crisis will push almost a million people into poverty http://news.yahoo.com/nepals-fuel-crisis-push-almost-million-people-poverty-154229466.html I). Instability energy in Nepal
  10. 10. * Fuel emergency hamstrings tourism in Nepal http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2015/10/fuel-emergency-hamstrings-tourism- nepal-151019095518216.html * Nepal is angry with India, so it turns off the TV https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2015/09/29/nepal-is-angry-with- india-so-it-turns-off-the-tv/ * As fuel shortages hit Nepal, is renewable energy an alternative? http://www.trust.org/item/20151210091051-vc4gs/?source=dpagehead * Nepal restricts vehicle movement as Indian fuel supplies hit http://townhall.com/news/politics-elections/2015/09/27/nepal-restricts-vehicle-movement-as- indian-fuel-supplies-hit-n2057582 International newspaper posted the fuel problem of Nepal
  11. 11. II). What affects to Nepal? 1). lacking of gas for daily life of local people 2). lacking petrol for doing business, and running production 3). also lacking of petrol for transportation 4). living cost is increased 5). all most people become poor 6). tourism is affected by fuel crisis very much, decreasing income from tourism 7) . unstable social security
  12. 12. II). Ảnh hưởng gì tới Nepal 8). The bad affect to monasteries : + Monasteries mostly in high mountain, road to the monastery is not favorable. The electric system is not as favorable as in the city. + Monk / non life is affected because lack of fuel for cooking and living. + Pricing incresing affect Necessary goods. + even before energy problem, the enery of monasteries also have many problems.
  13. 13. III). Support from forein country 1). support of the Chinese government is the majority ‘We were forced to secure energy deal with China’ http://www.thehindu.com/news/international/south-asia/we-were-forced-to-secure- energy-deal-with-china/article7823961.ece 2). The Japanese government is supporting Nepal by burning gas hydrates tape technology , but this is for the energy and mining difficult, there are many restrictions Japan claims success in tapping energy from gas hydrates http://www.nepalnews.net/index.php/sid/213167203 3). Solar Energy : Energy-starved Nepal turns to solar power http://kathmandupost.ekantipur.com/printedition/news/2015-01-29/energy-starved- nepal-turns-to-solar-power.html
  14. 14. IV). The solution can be deployed 1). solar energy 2). wind energy 3). heat energy 4). Tapping energy from gas hydrates 5). Biogas
  15. 15. 1). solar power a). Advantage - Suitable to apply because Nepal have enough space and always full of sunny. - flexible to apply from the small to big system b). Disadvantage - Cost of investment for buying device is very high. if there is a big system, it will require huge capital and need to be depended on government. - it can not create power when raining, sun-less - no most areas have enough sunny, especially in winter. IV). The solution can be deployed
  16. 16. 2). windy power a). Advantage - suitable to apply because nepal is located at mountains, windy. - Can Apply flexible from small system to bigger system. b). Unadvantage - difficulty in the city - investment cost for buying device is very high. if there is a big system, it will require huge capital and need to be depended on government. - it can not work without wind - Risk accident by birds IV). The solution can be deployed
  17. 17. 3). Thermal Enegy a). advantage - coal and wood are available in nepal b). unadvantage - need a big system, high investment - environment pollution. - Difficult to deploy to small, go to the remote areas. IV). The solution can be deployed
  18. 18. 4). Tapping energy from gas hydrates a). Advantage - Can delevery directly to each family b). Disadvantage - Source operators willing to support Nepal not much, only a few countries fully exploit technology IV). The solution can be deployed
  19. 19. 5). Biogas a). Advantage - useful for each o family, especially the area is far way from city center - Protecting the environment: reducing pollution from waste, reduce the need for wood burning, also reduce the cutting of trees for forest protection. - Deploying quickly from 2 hours - 5 days depending on the type. - Thoroughly solve the energy needs for each family without influence from energy support of government - transfer technology to clone more applicable to mass b). Disadvantage - Building brick tunnels to 5 days, can be cracked gas leak. - Depending on the source of waste (feces) of people and most particularly is still livestock and poultry (need 02 buffalo / cow for 01 tunnel bio gas) IV). The solution can be deployed
  20. 20. 1). Bio Gas 2). disadvantage of biogas brick circle in Nepal 3). biogas brick circle improved VACVINA 4). Bio gas plastic compiste tunnel V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
  21. 21. V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam 1). Biogas Biogas is a biological energy that results from the compression or zone (digestion) or fermentation (fermentation) in anaerobic conditions (anaerobic) of the material originated as organic manure, sludge (sludge) in sewers), residential rubbish, or other types of organic waste can be born decomposition (biodegradable waste). The main biogas in the aforementioned conditions of methane and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and some others such as nitrogen (N2), hydrogen (H2), hydrogen sulphide (H2S) and oxygen (O2).
  22. 22. 1). Biogas Biogas enegy Energy Biogas Biogas is considered as a kind of biological energy that results from the compression or zone (digestion) or fermentation (fermentation) in anaerobic conditions (anaerobic) of the material of organic origin such as manure, slurry ( sludge) in the sewers), residential rubbish, or other types of organic waste can be born decomposition (biodegradable waste). The main biogas in the aforementioned conditions of methane and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and some others such as nitrogen (N2), hydrogen (H2), hydrogen sulphide (H2S) and oxygen (O2). Depending on the sources for the gas, bio-energy types have different names, such as gas pipelines (swamp gas), moist air from plants (marsh gas), landfill gas (landfill gas), and gas Compressed (digester gas). In all emissions through anaerobic compression method (anaerobic digestion), methane gas is the most useful, is a kind of renewable energy for the drive, or run the generator. Methane is also used for cooking, heating, lamps, or heat generated etc. ... V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
  23. 23. 1). Biogas advantages of biogas : One of the advantages of using biogas as a fuel for cooking compare with using firewood : • Labor minimizing as cutting trees or collecting firewood • conserving trees • Biogas generation process fast and easy control. • No smoke, no smell which reduces eye irritation / respiratory. • Clean kitchen • Excess gas can be used for income-generating activities Other advantages of biogas • No cost to create waste products, waste products can be used as fertilizer better than green manure or synthetic fertilizer • Reduce germs compared with untreated waste V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
  24. 24. 2). Limitations of biogas in Nepal Nepal also had built biogas brick circle / bridge but built tunnels with old technology and has many limitations. The scale is not much deployment. V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
  25. 25. 3). Biogas brick cellar VACVINA Products of the Centre for Research and Development of Rural Communities (CCRD) V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
  26. 26. 3). Biogas brick cellar VACVINA a). Advantages: materials are available locally; no difficulties for transport, prepared for transfer as composite; Can be deployed immediately. b). Disadvantage : there are common risks of tunnel construction (subsidence, cracking, leaking gas) at a higher rate than the composite. Requires skilled masons and skilled (With his experience in Laos, Cambodia, Tanzania, the builder side does not ingenious, meticulous construction worker who was like Vietnam. The quality of materials is also of concern (eg in Tanzania without red brick as VN that have used brick size and poor water resistance). V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
  27. 27. 3). Biogas brick cellar VACVINA - Technology transfer - Transfer time: 15 days (including time for preparation and operation - Personnel transfer: 2 people - Cost transfer: is also covered travel costs, accommodation and wages for 2 technicians. V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
  28. 28. 4). Composite plastic Biogas tunnel . V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
  29. 29. 4). Composite plastic Biogas tunnel . V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
  30. 30. Composite tunnel is designed spherically with 4 pieces. 2 half-sphere and two "ears" as input and output. Smallest design is currently produced in VN is 1.9 m diameter tunnel (equivalent to a total volume of nearly 6m3 basement). Thus, two half spheres can "spoon upside down" together for compact, but still has a large-size high 1.9 meters and 0.95m tall. 4). Composite plastic Biogas tunnel . V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
  31. 31. a). Advantage: - High durability, limiting cracks - Duplicating from this site to many different mold from which to produce many products applicable to many households. - Fast construction time: 120 minutes- b). Disadvantage : - Wait for shipping from Vietnam, Cargo Air in 06 days. - Need to import materials to roll fiberglass mold for the product. Import from Malaysia to be easy & cheap because of the SAARC - Transporting bulky 4). Composite plastic Biogas tunnel . V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
  32. 32. Alternative Technology transfer: - If the complete technology transfer (manufacturing site, producing tunnel, installation, maintenance, maintenance) should: Transfer Time: Minimum of 15 days Technicians transfer: Minimum 2 people The cost of technology transfer: It is not the sale of technology (higher if thinking this way), but just the cost of travel, accommodation and pay for a minimum of 2 people to transfer. 4). Composite plastic Biogas tunnel . V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
  33. 33. Option to buy the molds and deliver to Nepal: - The size and number of panels on right site by the size of the tunnel (like a letter before we talked about this size) and weighs approximately 80kg. - Because, depending on the number of livestock that require different volumes should now have 3 size mold: diameter 1.9 m; 2,25m and 2,45m. So if buy molds to switch to Nepal we should also buy all 3 sizes. - The cost of buying one mold below 20 million / mold. For actual mold is 1 tunnel but only made more certain. 4). Composite plastic Biogas tunnel . V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
  34. 34. - 1 mold 1 day only produce a maximum of 2 tunnels. But can make use cellar made from this mold to make molds to produce. - If we buy mold and take to Nepal, still requires a highly skilled technique to guide the technical ways to make that party. And 2 technical needs: Produce cellar and Installation, warranty, maintenance tunnel. - Another option is 1 Buddhist group training to transfer I think it’s well also. But the worker not only have technique but also have experience. So this training must take a long time, and this group must do reality may well be to transfer. 4). Composite plastic Biogas tunnel contained . V). Bio Gas cellar contained from Vietnam
  35. 35. VI). Deployment 1). Experts VN delegation to Nepal 2). Financial Planning for deployment 3). Working and hand over technology transfer
  36. 36. 1). Experts VN delegation to Nepal a). The number of experts: b). Time Transfer c). Carrying belongings d). Funds transferred VI). Deployment
  37. 37. 1). Experts VN delegation to Nepal a). The number of expert + 2, 3 people stay in Nepal around 15 - 30 days b). Duration transfer 20 - 30 days VI). Deployment
  38. 38. VI). Deployment 1). Expert VN delegation to Nepal c). Items carrying belongings + mold: 03 molds
  39. 39. VI). Deployment 1). Expert VN delegation to Nepal d). Transfer Cost * Purchases of mold: 03 x 20 million = sash 60 million VND * Cash shipping site: 80kg x 03 = 240 kg mold - Cargo Fee 3usd / kd x 240 kg = 720 USD - Shipping Costs TNS airport: 100 usd * Airfare Expert: US $ 700 x 03 = 2100 usd * Mission allowances for experts: salaries and wages 700 $ x 03 = 2100 usd * Rent hotels, eat in activity in 30 days: 700 x 03 = 2100 usd usd Total : 9920 USD
  40. 40. VI). Deployment 2). Financial Planning a). Raise money b). Expenditure management c). Operating, monitoring
  41. 41. VI). Deployment 2). Financial Planning a). Rasie money : + Individual organizations supporting Nepal in Vietnam + Individual organizations in the world supporting Nepal + Buddhists all over the world + The NGOs worldwide and in Nepal + The environmental fund as Toyota, Ford + Using the call for funds, online fundraising on the Internet: kiva.org, .... + Other environmental funds are supporting the Bio Gas
  42. 42. VI). Deployment 2). Financial Planning b). Expenditure management: + Initially team to bring connectivity and transfer solution. We will establish 01 new team consists of dedicated individuals are selected to manage the project implementation in Nepal (in both directions, plans, solutions, technology ...) + Team will be the official representative for the individuals / organizations fundraising support, this team has a clear responsibility to work for transparent public finances.
  43. 43. VI). Deployment 2). Financial Planning c). Operation, monitoring: + New Team operation will take the next job. + Monitor will be the actual situation of individuals / organizations to establish 01 parts / independent monitoring mechanism it or not
  44. 44. VI). Deployment 3). hand over technology transfer - In first 20-30 days will guide molding, make products, duplicating mold to the next product. - Training installation guidelines put plastic cellar, digging holes and insert the plastic cellar to the ground. Completing the tunnel construction and connection of gas appliances, devices using biogas. In the first 05 days was 144 cloned cellar composite products. And 10 days can 2034 cloned cellar composite products
  45. 45. XIII). What will Vietnam get if this plan is applying? . These are technologies, it’s not new products and available on the market. But at the right moment in time it appears that the new offer good value. China has land borders with Nepal to transport everything easier than Vietnam. 1). Companies participating transfers: have the advantage of brand image, brand building and there are many opportunities to export technologies / products to overseas And of couse, this company will be famous & good branding in Vietnam market, they will easy to deploy many biogas contruction in Vietnam. 2). Images country Vietnam international community is known, respected => national image building. 3). Creating linkages more about diplomacy between governments 02 countries.
  46. 46. IX). The benefits of carrying out composite tunnel 1). Easy cloning to deploy on a large scale: In 01 days, 01 site created 02 products. Assuming carry 03 molds into, so after 10 days with 2 304 tunnels. we can provide gas needs for 2304 monasteries after 10 days.. 2). Nepalese people themselves can become master the technology and deploy future without dependence on external resources and support. 3). Input materials (including glass fiber, carbon fiber and plastics in primary Polyester) to produce composite cellar from Malaysia to facilitate the transport from Indonesia, Malaysia.
  47. 47. Some advantages of biogas tunnel : - The building has a spherical structure, includes multiple parts assembled together so easily disassemble and transport, easy to replacement repair and relocation to the new location. - Composite materials with high strength, high strength and good waterproof, corrosion by acids. . - Installation in all terrain conditions, particularly low-lying areas, weak land, swampy land, ... - Ensure high air tight, fast fizzy, vitality and performance of high air pressure. - Self-breaking scum radical change by much and continuity of surface scum - In case if you have to clean brass, the disposal tank is very simple, fast, clean, non-labor costs. - Also used for household septic tanks. IX). The benefits of carrying out composite tunnel
  48. 48. IX). The benefits of carrying out composite tunnel Nepali people will love, cherish buffalo / cows than before, they will stop killing buffalo / cows like before. Because buffalo / cows help them have stability & sefl- engery life.
  49. 49. Nepali people will love, cherish buffalo / cows than before, they will stop killing buffalo / cows like before. Because buffalo / cows help them have stability & sefl- engery life. IX). The benefits of carrying out composite tunnel
  50. 50. 1). Find providers import input materials to Nepal. Good quality materials from China by road & from Malaysia, Indonesia , Singapore buy air. 2). Establishing the team in Nepal to handover : + The qualified technical mastery can handover and after that can training for others. + People fluent terrain Nepal local to consult delivery biogas tunnel . + People know English, Nepali, Tibetan language X). The remain jobs need to solve
  51. 51. 3). figure out the cost of construction : need to derivative the land. construction jobs not to much. + Building materials: bricks, sand, cement, gravel and steel + salary for construction workers 4). Input materials for biogas tunnel : Input materials for bio gas tunnel : wastes (part) of human and Poultry (Buffalo, cows, pig) is very suitable because Nepal have many Buffalo, cows. But the cattle is not suitable because poultry industry is under-developed X). The remain jobs need to solve
  52. 52. The proposal made by Pham Thanh Hung I am a Buddhist, every year I do my pilgrimage in Nepal and Nepal as my second homeland. I've always wanted to be back in Nepal often much longer to practice. Seeing my second homeland is in trouble, I urge in the hearts the desire to help in any way to Nepal. In my head came up thinking BioGas offers solutions from Vietnam to Nepal to deploy Viber / Wechat / Mobile : +84 906 232 111 Email : hungpt250583@gmail.com FB : https://www.facebook.com/hungpt250583
  53. 53. Phạm Thanh Hùng. I tried to ask 01 biogas composite in Vietnam, I discussed the issue with them. They answered conventional technology transfer fee is 500 milion VND, but in this case only 300 milion VND. This fee not include air ticket, travel expenses and accommodation activities, salary for Experts. The proposal made by
  54. 54. Mr. Nguyễn Đức Thịnh – Vice Director of Centre for Research and Development of Rural Communities (CCRD) After I presented my idea. Mr Nguyen Duc Thinh was enthusiastically supported, endorsed the work. Mr Thinh has dedicated advisor technical expertise in the deployment of the stars and agree to support the transfer of technology to be successful inside Nepal. The proposal made by Email : thinh.ccrd@gmail.com Mobile : +84 93 658 55 88
  55. 55. The proposal made by Mr Thinh introduces 01 company in South has experience & deployment capacity. This company wellcome & agree don’t charge technology transfer fee. So just only prepare budget for air ticket, travel expenses and accommodation activities, salary for Experts. Mr. Nguyễn Đức Thịnh – Vice Director of Centre for Research and Development of Rural Communities (CCRD)
  56. 56. This proposal only is sketchy description my idea, my plan. Because I’m not experienced in humanitarian projects oversea & working with international organizations. So that this proposal is only at the level of sharing information & I hope receive many contribution, feedback of person & organizations to help thi plan can be successfully . I hope this plan can help & usedful for many monasteries in Nepal can be seft- enegy . Thereby can improving monk / noun life be better. Maybe there are personal / organizations have enough competence & suitable to deploy this plan to succesful. I think not necessarily bring from Vietnam, which may from countries bordering Nepal ( China, India, Bhutan …) have the advantage of transportation ( by road).

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