Eileen was the lady who first invited Anna to set up Women Without Roofs. Nepal Leprosy Fellowship has just celebrated their 25th anniversary and produced a book to commemorate the legacy of Eileen. This is a copy of Anna’s contribution to the book. I first met Eileen in 2004 at the International Church in Kathmandu. […]Read More A Memorial to Eileen Lodge
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?
Come with me to kathmandu I am delighted to let you know that I have just signed a publishing contract with Authentic Media for a book about Christian women in Nepal. The book will be released towards the end of 2022. ‘Come with me to Kathmandu’ will contain twelve chapters, six of which I have […]Read More The publisher said yes!
Some of the older ladies that WWR supports are directly affected by this. They received their first jabs, but it does not look at all likely that they will receive their second doses anytime soon. Over 1.4 million people of at-risk populations in Nepal took their first dose of the Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine between 7 […]Read More URGENT ACTION NEEDED: Lack of a second dose endangers over 1.4 million
Our latest newsletter is available to read here.Read More The Covid Tsunami has arrived from India
Our good friends work at Patan Hospital and have permitted us to share this update on the Covid situation. It is harrowing reading. Patan hospital regularly treats our ladies, and this is where they would most likely go if they contracted Coronavirus. Last year, during the first Covid wave, our friends provided a similar update […]Read More The Crisis on our Doorstep
We have been taking part in research for The Washing Machine Project. Each of our ladies has been interviewed about how they currently wash their clothes. All of them wash by hand in plastic bowls. The findings are both fascinating and sad. On average, our women began washing clothes for their families at the age […]Read More Washing Habits
Just over two weeks ago, our residential ladies moved to a new women’s home. It’s perfect for us and has fantastic views. Here are some shots that Bina took from the office on the first floor. The landlord at our previous home gave us notice a few months ago as he wanted to sell his […]Read More Look at our new home!
WWR is about to seek advice from Next Generation Nepal, who are involved in the rescue of children from orphanages. Running an orphanage in Nepal can be so profitable that their owners/managers dupe families into sending their children to them to make more money. More ‘orphans’ means more income and donations. These same owners/managers also […]Read More Little Princes
It was great to visit Koshish’ construction site today, about 40 minutes outside Kathmandu. Koshish Nepal has a vision to create a rurally located rehabilitation home for those they help with mental health problems. We prayed for the construction and all those they will assist that will live there.Read More Rural Rehabilitation Home