Laision Officer Selected for 2016 From ESA Circle Perth

Nominated Laision Officer for 2016 from Everest Summiteers Association :


We would like to congratulate all the circle Perth selected Laision Officers and wish them very best to perform their duties and responsibilities during the period of expedition inspection on 2016.

Finally the ESA executive board member has successful nominated 5 trained professional Laision Officer among 12 interested applicant candidates on 2072/12/02. on behave of represent of NMA associate, NNMGA Pasang Tenzing Sherpa, NMIGA Lakpa Sherpa with the formal satisfactory of decision were forwarded in meeting.

Nominated name list for 2016 Laision Officer from Everest Summiteers Association respectively;

1. Ang Pasang Sherpa (C/no:94/6796/250) Mt. Everest

2. Ang dorje sherpa (C/no:101012/91) Other name

3. Shiva B. Sabkota (C/no: 45274 ) Other mountain

4. Nurbu Tshering Sherpa Lama (C/no: 74496/211002/9546) Other mountain

5. Yuvraj Dulal (C/no: 12722/9774 ) Other mountain

ESA donated for the treatment of it's Ex-president

9th December 2015. Everest Summiteers Association's (ESA) Executive Committee led by President Ms. Maya Sherpa visited Mr. Wongchu Sherpa, Founder President of the association, at Nepal Cancer Hospital in Hattiban , Lalitpur.  Mr. Sherpa has been receiving treatment at the hospital. During the visit, Ms. Sherpa handed over a cheque of Rs. 1,00,000 in high regard from Everest Summiteers Association for Mr. Sherpa's treatment. On the occasion, General Secretary of ESA  Mr. Lakpa Rangdu Sherpa prayed for Mr. Sherpa's early recovery.

Mr. Diwas Pokhrel, Founder General Secretary and Vice President  remembered Mr. Sherpa's effort and contribution in the establishment of Everest Summiteers' Association. He recollected the memories how both worked together for the accomplishment of ESA's projects.

Ms. Pema Diki Sherpa, Treasurer of ESA also prayed for the early recovery of Mr. Sherpa.

Executive Committee  members Mr. Shiv Sapkota , Mr. Ridar Lhomi Bhote and Public Relation Officer Ms. Sita Pokhrel were present on the occasion.

Mr. Wongchu Sherpa thanked Everest Summiteers Association for the help.


27th September, 2015. On the occasion of 'World Tourism Day', Everest Summiteers Association (ESA) organized garden maintenance, plantation and cleaning program at Babu Chhiri Sherpa Statue & Museum at Tilganga, Gaushala. Everest Summiteers and school students participated in the program.

President of ESA , Maya Sherpa said that the program was organized to give the message that mountain climbers are aware and take part in the conservation of mountains. She also said that the oxygen required by human body is given by the plants, that is why it is important to conserve natural resources.

Mr. Diwas Pokhrel , Vice President of ESA highlighted the relation between mountain climbing and conservation of environment.

Mr.Lakpa Rangdu Sherpa , General Secretary of ESA said that this type of cleaning program and plantation will enhance the knowledge of students about conservation of environment. In the program , ESA's Treasurer Ms. Pema Diki Sherpa and member Ridar Lhomi Bhote gave speech about conservation of environment. Every year Everest Summiteers Association has been organizing programs on the occasion of 'World Tourism Day.

Support provided to earthquake victims and for reconstructing Monastry and school

20th July, 2015. After the devastating earthquake that hit Nepal on 25 April 2015 , around 300 people from 95 families of Sindhupalchowk have been seeking refuge in Fullari Monastry of Kapan, Kathmandu. Everest Summiteers Association has provided support to the victims  as they were having a hard time . The Association has provided the victims with food materials such as beaten rice, chicken soup, pulses and gas cylinders that are enough to cook food for three months.  The affected people consist of around 10 mothers in post natal phase and a considerable number of children. The Okhreni Earthquake relief committee has also been helping for the management of victims residing there. The President of Okhreni Earthquake relief committee, Nurpu Sherpa lama said, “We are very delighted with the help provided by Everest Summiteers Association and we hope that the government will also provide us with the required help. "

The Association has also provided  support of fifty thousand rupees for the reconstruction of Namdroling Monastry  of Solukhumbu.

Similarly it also provided  support of eighty thousand rupees to the principal of Manthali Higher Secondary school, Ramechhap for organizing and extending the library facilities and procurement of new books.

The restoration and rebuild program was made successful by the donation provided by UK Sherpa Association, UK and Jesus Morales, Spain.

The support was handed over in the presence of the President, Maya Sherpa; Vice-President, Diwas Pokhrel; General Secretay , Lakpa Rundu Sherpa and Members Shiva Bahadur Sapkota and Ang Kaji Sherpa of ESA.

ESA Handovers Land For School

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19th July, 2015. Everest Summiteers Association has purchased one Ropani land and handed over to Shivalaya Secondary School, Chhermading, Okhaldhunga. The financial support was provided by UK Sherpa Association, UK .

Mr. Lakpa Rongdu Sherpa , General Secretary of  Everest Summiteers Association handed over the Lalpurja ( land document) to the school's Principal Mr. Tankanath Nepal in a program. In the handover program President of  Patle Sherpa Samaj was also present.

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Ms. Maya Sherpa , President of Everest Summiteers Association said that the association has been conducting and helping various social works since a long time. The Vice President of the Association , Mr. Diwas Pokhrel said that they will be helping in such programs and projects in the future as well.

The school has been running on rented land. "After the devastating earthquake of April 25, 2015 the building is damaged, thus classes are running in temporary shed", said the school's Principal.

Everest Summiteers Association Celebrated Everest Day 2015

28th May 2015. Everest Summiteers Association (ESA) celebrated Everest Day 2015 by organizing 'Everest day and Condolence' program in Kathmandu.

In the program Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Mr. Kripasur Sherpa said that the existing problems in tourism will mostly be solved by next year. He further said that the government will address the problems of mountaineers.

Mr. Lakpa Rangdu Sherpa, General Secretary of ESA pointed out the lack of coordination between the government and the mountaineers.

Mr. Diwas Pokhrel, Vice President of ESA urged the government to be serious not only towards Everest but also to the mountain region. He said that the use of machineries like generators are effecting the Everest region to a great extent. "2000 litres of urine excretion everyday, haphazard use of helicopters, loud noise in the base camp are some examples which are against the peace and fragile environment of Everest. This has created a question mark in the future of Everest", said Mr. Pokhrel.

Ms. Maya Sherpa, President of ESA said that there were problems in the mountain region every year. "Rather than exaggerating the issue, it is better to make an image assuring that Nepal is a secured destination. The small problems will not hamper tourism", said Ms. Sherpa.

In the program appreciation certificates were distributed to the organizations and individuals who had contributed in collecting fund, organizing relief campaigns and distribution of relief materials to the earthquake victims. The certificates were given away by the Tourism Minister Mr. Kripasur Sherpa and Tourism Secretary Mr. Suresh Man Shrestha.

Restoration & Rebuild Program Conducted in Sindhupalchok

27th May 2015. Continuing the relief campaigns, Everest Summiteers Association organization conducted one more relief campaign in word No. 4, Barna Jethal VDC of Sindhupalchock district on 27th May 2015. Sindhupalchock is the most affected area due to earthquake.

The restoration and rebuild program was made successful by the donation provided by US Nepal Climbers Association, USA. In the campaign Zinc sheets were distributed to 60 households.

On the occasion ESA's General Secretary Mr. Lhakpa Rangdu Sherpa said that the climbers abroad are equally worried about the devastation and have contributed their available resources to overcome this catastrophe.

The leadership of the relief campaign was taken by Mr. Lakpa Rangdu Sherpa, General Secretary of ESA. He was supported by Executive Members Mr. Shiv Bahadur Sapkota, Mr. Ang Kaji Shepa & Ridar Lhomi Bhote. They were accompanied by Journalist Mr. Sanjok Acharya of Gorkhapatra National Daily.

Everest Summiteers Association welcomed to new Tourism Minister

25th May. The Executive Committee of Everest Summiteers Association (ESA) met newly appointed Minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Mr. Kripasur Sherpa and congratulated him for his successful tenure.

On the occasion, President of ESA Ms. Maya Sherpa informed the activities of ESA. Minister Sherpa shared that the tourism industry has lots of problems and issues and further said that he was quite familiar about tourism and would try to solve the problems as much as possible. He pointed out the necessity of the associations' advises and help.

Mr. Diwas Pokhrel,Vice President, Mr. Lhakpa Rangdu Sherpa, General Secretary and similary General members Mr. Shiva Bahadur Sapkota, Mr. Ridar Lhomi Bhote, Mr. Ang kaji Sherpa were present on the occasion.

Support provided to the climbers' families of Patle, Okhaldhunga

19th May. In continuation of support to the victims of April 25 earthquake Everest Summiteers Association(ESA) provided Rs. One Lakh Eighty Thousand to 18 bereaved families of Patle, Okhaldhunga. They had died in the avalanche while trekking in Langtang.

ESA's General Secretary Mr. Lakpa Rangdu Sherpa handed over the cheque to Mr. Pasang Wang Sherpa of 'Patle Sherpa Samaj Okhaldhunga'. Mr. Sherpa said that the money will be given (Rs. ten thousand each) to the 18 climbers' families who lost their lives in April 25 eatrhquake.

ESA's president Maya Sherpa, Vice President Diwas Pokhrel were present in the occasion.

Relief fund provided to Earthquake victims of Langtang

17th May 2015. In the course of providing relief to the earthquake victims, Everest Summiteers Association ( ESA) handed over a cheque of Rs. 2.5 lac to the victims of Langtang. The provided fund will be used to build bath rooms and toilets. The victims have been living in temporary shelters in Yellow Gumba, Ichangu Narayan, Kathmandu.

In the program Ms. Maya Sherpa, President of ESA said that the association will help the victims for their sustainable development. She further said that since Langtang is one of the major mountain tourism destination, ESA wants to once again develop Langtang region.

Mr. Diwas Pokhrel, Vice President of the Association said that the associations like Nepal Mountaineering Association, Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal and tourism related stake holders should come forward and help these victims. He further said that ESA is ready to join hand in hand with these victims and will take initiative to talk with stakeholders.

Temba Lama, Co-ordinator of Langtang Earthquake Disaster Victims and ESA's Treasurer Pema Diki Sherpa expressed their views in the program. ESA President Maya Sherpa, Vice President  Diwas Pokhrel, Treasurer Pema Diki Sherpa, Executive member Ridar Lhomi Bhote, Pasang Lama Tamang and Public Relation Officer Sita Pokhrel were present in the program.

Relief Materials distributed in Dolakha District

12th May 2015. A team of Everest Summiteers Association has reached Simi Gaun, a very remote area of Dolakha district. The team has distributed mattress, tarpaulin and food items to more than 120 families.

Mr. Nima Nuru Sherpa, President of 'Friends of Nepal' helped with the arrangement of transport. The money sent by World record holder summiteer Mr. Nawang Sherpa and his team was used to buy relief materials. The locals were really happy after getting the relief materials.

The destination was in a very remote place with frequent danger of falling landslides and broken roads. However, the team was successful in reaching the place and distributing the relief materials.

The relief material was distributed in the leadership of Maya Sherpa, President of Everest Summiteers Association. She was supported by Vice President Diwas Pokhrel, Treasurer Pema Diki Sherpa, Chiring Sherpa and Pasang Sherpa. Mr. Diwas Pokhrel , Vice President of the association thanked all the people and organizations who had donated for the mission and also the team for the support.

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