Thank you to Abbott Diabetes Care

March 14, 2012

We are very grateful to Abbott Diabetes Care for donating a blood monitor and 200 test strips to us.  One of our ladies, called Mithu, suffers from Diabetes and needs a replacement monitor.


A thank you from one of our women

March 1, 2011

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 from our family that your family have support us to pay rent.  But if you had not we will be at the street somewhere wandering.  Thank a lot again.  So, in this letter I want to tell you somethings about my family.  We have five members of our family…. First my Father and Mother, they were separated when I was small.  So, my Mum was always worried and wandering about our life.  Many problems we face in our life, because of that my Mum get depression diseases, she will not know what we tell to her and also she can’t express her feeling but somehow she is healed by Lord Jesus Christ.  Now, she carried little things to the road ways and sell and earn some money, but am very scared and worried of her life because she had diseases….and no one to look after her but by the grace of God and by your help she is OK, so thank you again…..I have express some of my family problem, please pray for us, we need a lot of prayer for my family….We are really joyful and thankful for your great help.


Thank you Dayspring

December 15, 2008

Yesterday Anna was interviewed during the Dayspring church christmas carol service in Chippenham about how Women Without Roofs was first established – find out more on the ‘About Us’ page.

It was a great opportunity to talk about how the initial generosity of one missionary in Nepal has led to many women being supported and blessed by the funds raised by Women Without Roofs here in England.  We have expanded steadily and now run two sewing courses that teach the women how to support themselves through home sewing businesses.

The church also presented her with a generous donation that will pay for the blankets that we are handing out to all the women we support this christmas.

Anna being interviewed

Anna being interviewed

We’d be more than happy to talk to you about our work; please contact Anna on anna@wwr-nepal.org


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