From 3rd to 10th December your donations to us can be doubled! Click here to find out more. Thank you Big Give.Read More Woohoo! It’s #ChristmasChallenge19
Yesterday was both a sad and happy day. Eileen Lodge, the inspiration behind WWR, has gone to be with The Lord. Our latest newsletter remembers her impact.Read More A remarkable woman
Please pray for this lady, Sarita, who took an overdose on Saturday. WWR helped to admit her to hospital, where she was regrettably chained to the bed, and we have also sought the help of KOSHISH our mental health partner. However, her condition is still not stable and she has had to be re-admitted to a […]Read More Urgent prayer request
WWR was able to help this church repair its roof that collapsed during the earthquake. It is the location of our sewing and literacy course and the congregation is delighted we have been able to help. This has just arrived from their pastor “Everyone from our church are very honoured and grateful to you and […]Read More A Thankful Church
We thought you would be interested to read this story of a woman WWR has just started to help, thanks to your generous donations following the earthquake we have been able to help her already. This is her story, more than anything we ask you to please pray for her. Sumitra used to live in […]Read More A chance to help an earthquake widow
What a brilliant day! Today one of our new ladies and her crippled son moved out of a slum and into a beautiful room that WWR has been able to furnish for them. They have no possessions of their own. It has taken a couple of weeks to find a room for them because several […]Read More A brilliant day!
This is the beautiful and inspiring Sarswoti whose husband and older son died in a tragic accident, her younger son was only 5 years old at the time. She would like to open a tea shop and become independent. We have promised to pay the rent for her if she can find suitable premises. Already […]Read More Sarswoti: Entrepreneur!
Anna, Chair of trustees for WWR, has just got back from Nepal. She will be posting some photos and comments from her visit over the next few days. This first one is of Matrika who runs a home for mentally ill women in Nepal. His story was inspiring, but sadly the stories of the women […]Read More Koshish Nepal
This lady, Janaki, has been referred to WWR in Nepal. She is 60 years old, has been a widow for a long while and works selling vegetables on the street. She can not afford to pay her room rent so WWR will be supporting her; please let us know if you would like to sponsor […]Read More Meet Janaki
On Sunday Manju, one of our very bright and talented staff members, organised a training needs identification day at Grace Women’s Home. It was incredibly well attended by so many of our ladies. Manju did a wonderful job listening to them and encouraging them to identify how WWR can further help them. There will be […]Read More Needs Assessment and Identification