Dare I mention it? Is the Covid crisis over for Nepal? I certainly hope so. Case numbers have stabilised, and there are less than ten deaths each day. Questions remain about the reliability of these numbers, though.Read More After monsoon ☔ and after Covid. A time for new beginnings?
Our latest newsletter is available to read here. The newsletter highlights the dire situation that the children of our women find themselves in as schools have been closed in Nepal for over seven months. Accessing online learning is minimal at best. The newsletter also mentions The Big Give 2020 which we are delighted to be […]Read More It’s oh so quiet …
Another new lady is in need of help today, her name is Sarswoti and her son is Sanjay. Her husband and older son died on a construction site when they received an electric shock. She and her son need a sponsor both for their rent and education. Please get in contact if you can help. […]Read More Another day, another new lady
We are absolutely delighted that three girls who live with their mothers at Grace Women’s Home have won prizes in an inter-school competition. Until two years ago these girls were not in school and were visibly malnourished – now they are champions! It costs just £4 per month to keep a child in school; please […]Read More WWR is creating winners
We are pleased to be able to take care of a lady with HIV at our Grace Women’s Home – her former husband transmitted the disease to her. She moved in last week and we provided all the ladies at the home training and education about HIV/Aids and how best to take care of her. […]Read More HIV/Aids training
Whilst in Kathmandu Renee & Terry also had the opportunity to visit the Cyrene Sewing project that we support. Visiting the Cyrene sewing project is a delight and a joy. On the whole, the ladies are quite young, very enthusiastic and quick to learn. The teacher has excellent sewing skills. The ladies learn how to measure, […]Read More Renee writes about Cyrene