We have a new Women’s Home

October 12, 2017

This is Mahima Griha, Glory House, and our women moved in last week.


Please click on the Mahima Griha tab above to find out more about it.

Setting up Mahima Griha for the women has incurred a lot of one-off costs.  WWR has been able to provide for all the essential items, such as beds and bedding, however we are still in need of funds to cover the following:

1 x Pressure Cooker                   £23.00
1 x Water Pot                              £4.60
1 x Bucket                                   £4.60
1 x Deep Frying Pan                   £7.00
2 x Washing Bowls for Clothes   £11.50
1 x Sauce Pan                             £6.50
1 x Tea Strainer                           £0.80
Curtains (approx)                        £65.00
Rugs (approx)                             £65.00
6 x Plastic Chairs                        £24.00
1 x Filing Cabinet                        £38.00
1 x Desk and 2 x Chairs             £153.00

If you would like to purchase any of these for the home, please donate here.  Send us an email too, to let us know what you would like us to spend your money on: trustees@wwr-nepal.org

We are also in need of regular donations to help us meet the rental payments for Mahima Griha, if you can help with a regular donation then please e-mail us for a standing order form: trustees@wwr-nepal.org

Above all, we ask that you pray for all the women at Mahima Griha, that they would grow together in love and that they would experience complete healing for all the trauma they have experienced in their pasts.



Passing on the shawl

June 30, 2017

Three women have been trained by one of their own cohort to make shawls. An empowering experience for them all.

Dislocated Christians by Anna Townsend

One of the women that Women Without Roofs supports in Nepal, called Durga, makes beautiful shawls.  She started this work because the women we support have formed a cooperative and make loans to each other.  Her success has prompted three other women to seek to be trained by her and so this week she spent three days of her precious time patiently teaching them how to make shawls.  With just one spinning wheel between them it took time and perseverance.

It is fantastic to see Durga flourish through teaching them, and for the other women they now have a new skill to help them become independent.  Everyone at WWR is delighted.

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Huge congratulations to Women Without Roofs class of 2017

June 27, 2017

Congratulations to WWR’s class of 2017 on their excellent exam results

Dislocated Christians by Anna Townsend

Five children of women that Women Without Roofs -Nepal supports have just passed their School Leaving Certificate exams with flying colours!

Jamuna’s son – B+
Rabina’s daughter Kabita – B+
Mina’s daughter- A
Hasta kumari’s son- B
Sarita Palpali’s son  – A
Congratulations to them all!

20130818h These are some the children WWR supports by paying school fees, not the particular children that have just passed their exams!

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The current residents of Grace Women’s Home

April 5, 2017

Don’t they look great?

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Urgent prayer request

March 22, 2017

Please pray for this lady, Sarita, who took an overdose on Saturday.  WWR helped to admit her to hospital, where she was regrettably chained to the bed, and we have also sought the help of KOSHISH our mental health partner.  However, her condition is still not stable and she has had to be re-admitted to a different hospital.

Sarita Palpali khadka2

Please pray for wisdom for our hardworking personnel and the medical staff treating her.  Pray that she will be back to full mental and physical health very soon.

Thank you.

Dal Bhat Day

January 23, 2017


On International Women’s Day, which this year is on Wednesday 8th March, we’d love for you to join us in eating Dal (lentils) and Bhat (rice).  It is the staple food for our ladies and they eat it twice a day at around 11am and 7pm.
We’ll be in touch nearer the day with recipes and ideas.  We hope it will be a good opportunity for you to tell your friends about WWR and if possible to raise some funds by offering to cook Dal Bhat for people you know.

Manju’s business is thriving

October 31, 2016

This is Manju, she’s flourishing at her shop stall because of a loan WWR gave her.

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