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Nominated as General Secretary of Nepal Wool Felt Producer’s & Exporter’s Association

Mr. Tel Bahadur Kumal (Vishal) managing director of Lost Horizon Int’l. Handicraft Industry Pvt. Ltd. has been nominated as general secretary of Nepal Wool Felt Producer’s & Exporter’s Association on the 13th annual general meeting.

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Contribution to Shree Saraswoti Secondary School

Lost Horizon received an appreciation certificate for it’s contribution in building a science lab for Shree Saraswoti Secondary School in Jitpur, which is close to its factory in Chitwan.
Shree Saraswoti Secondary School is the only school that provides high school level education in Bharatpur-28. Mr. Vishal Kumal, MD of Lost Horizon, also completed his education from this school. Lost Horizon took the opportunity to uplift the education standard of the school for the current and future students at the school. The appreciation certificate was handed to Lost Horizon by Former Prime Minister of Nepal, Pushpa Kamal Dahal (Prachanda), on October 30, 2017.

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Major Contribution to Felt Industry in Nepal

Lost Horizon received an appreciation certificate from the Nepal Wool Felt Producers & Exporters Association (NWFPEA) for its valuable contribution to the Felt Industry in Nepal.
Lost Horizon was the only factory to open its branch in a remote area of Chitwan, outside the capital of Nepal where most of the Felt Factories are located, which provided employment opportunities to more than 300 local artisans. Since then, many have followed this practice after witnessing the positive impact the factory has had over the whole of Bharatpur-28, Chitwan, Nepal. The appreciation certificate was presented by Mayor Renu Dahal of Bharatpur Metropolitan City on December 31, 2017.

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Contribution to the Indigenous Kumal Tribe of Nepal

Mr. Vishal Kumal, Managing Director of Lost Horizon, received a certificate of appreciation for his valuable contribution and work to uplift the living condition of Kumal Tribe. The Kumal people are an indigenous group of people spread in different parts of Nepal, who prefer to live in small groups. Their day-to-day work consists of farming or fishing, and they are backwards in terms of education and most basic needs. Mr. Kumal is also from the Indigenous Kumal Tribe of Nepal and grew up in a remote part of Nepal. Although it was a great struggle for him to afford his education, he always had a big ambition in life to uplift himself and his community and provide a voice to the unheard. Mr. Kumal has been a part of Nepal Kumal Community Development Committee for many years and has been contributing most of his time and effort to bring a new change in the way of living for the Kumal tribe and the place he grew up in. Today Lost Horizon employs more than 300 employees in a village where Mr. Kumal spent most of his life. This certificate of appreciation was handed over by Former Prime Minister of Nepal Dr. Baburam Bhattarai on February 19, 2016.

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Contribution to Shree Aadharbhut School Sisabas (1 – 8)

Shanti Budathoki Kumal, Executive Director of Lost Horizon, received a certificate of appreciation for her valuable contribution to Shree Aadharbhut School Sisabas (1 – 8) in Bharatpur, Chitwan on February 3, 2020. This contribution helped to uplift the standard of education and facilities of the school.

Contribution to Shree Sajhapur Secondary School

Mr. Vishal Kumal, Managing Director of Lost Horizon, received a token of appreciation for his valuable contribution to Shree Sajhapur Secondary School in Bharatpur, Chitwan on the occasion of its Golden Jubilee Ceremony.

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Membership Certificate of NWFPEA

Lost Horizon has been a member of the Nepal Wool Felt Producers & Exporters Association (NWFPEA) since December 29, 2016.

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Home for an Employee

Lost Horizon recently built a home for one of its employees, Ms. Kamala Kumal. Kamala Kumal is a hardworking individual at Lost Horizon with lots of dedication and focus for her work. Upon hearing the story about her family and their living condition, Lost Horizon decided to make a new well-structured home for her family. Kamala’s Husband is visually impaired thus Kamala is the only member that is able to look after her family and educate their son. Their previous home was in a very poor condition and it was difficult for her husband to even walk inside the home or use the bathroom. Now, Lost Horizon has successfully completed the construction of a beautiful home with 2 bedrooms, 1 Kitchen and an attached bathroom which will hopefully make their lives better and easier. In addition, Lost Horizon also decided to provide 100% scholarship to their son, Unis Kumal, till his college education.