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?
This lovely letter has just arrived from the daughter of one of the women we help in Kathmandu. The English isn’t perfect, but I’m sure you will sense the deep gratitude that she conveys. Thanks to all our supporters who make it possible for us to help families like this. We want to give thank […]Read More A thank you from one of our women
WWR invites you to a Nepali evening to be held at the Sultan Balti Palace in Wokingham on Saturday June 27th at 8pm This will be the first event of its kind that WWR has hosted and will be a chance for us to thank all our supporters who have given so […]Read More Nepali Evening in Wokingham – Everyone invited
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
WWR is very grateful to all of its supporters and believes it’s supporters should feel proud of themselves as well for making a difference to people’s lives in Nepal. If you are interested in finding out how to make your giving really count then we can recommend a book called ‘The Life You Can Save’ […]Read More The Life You Can Save