WWR enjoyed another successful committee meeting today. We had some tricky issues to discuss and we hope we made some good plans to deal with them. I’ll write more about these issues in our next newsletter.Read More Sometimes tricky situations can unite a team
I have just been asked by our manager in Nepal to bring out some specific items when we visit later in the month. Do you have any you could donate? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help. Here’s what they ask for: We need wind-up torches, gardening gloves and wellington boots, either in new or good […]Read More Items Needed – Can YOU help?
Recently a practice nurse called Jan got in contact, she wanted to visit our ladies in Nepal. Read about her experiences here.Read More Jan’s visit to Nepal
We are pleased that Subhadra, one of the women we currently support and herself a single mother, will be joining Bina in Nepal as her new assistant. She will help with running errands and visiting and encouraging the other ladies we support. Subhadra has been a single mother for a long time, her husband didn’t […]Read More A new assistant in Nepal
Bina, our Nepali assistant, is now the proud owner of a new Scooter paid for in part by Women Without Roofs – Nepal. It will enable her to visit the women we support in Kathmandu more easily and frequently, enabling us to provide them with greater support when they need it. Doesn’t she look smart?!Read More Bina has collected her Scooter
Bina, our reliable and caring co-ordinator in Kathmandu, Nepal, will shortly be the proud owner of a new silver Scooter, bought, in part, by WWR. The new Scooter, pictured below, will allow her to get around Kathmandu far more easily than she has been by bus. This means she will be able to visit the […]Read More A Scooter for Bina
Renée, one of our trustees, and her husband Terry recently returned from a trip to Nepal. Renée writes:- It was good to be back in Nepal again, this time based mainly in Kathmandu. At the best of times, general day to day living is not easy for the Nepali people and currently there is electric […]Read More Renee Writes