Two new ladies were referred to us today. This is the first: her name is Maiya and her husband simply disappeared over a decade ago. She bought up her four children on her own, two of whom are now married. The other two are teenagers and live with her – they survive in one very […]Read More WWR welcomes two new women
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
International Women’s Day Today, 8th March 2010, marks the centenary year of International Women’s Day and Women Without Roofs – Nepal would like you to invite you to remember all the women in Nepal we help. Recently we have begun supporting several new women and this is a story about just one of them: Meet Uma […]Read More Help WWR mark International Women’s Day
Last week the trustees of WWR met together in the stunning Devon town of Lynton for 24 hours. As a result of the meeting they have a combined total of 49 actions to achieve and will be very busy for the next while! Some of the main points you might be interested in are: Marilyn […]Read More 49 Actions!