After the devastating fire at a family (7 members) in Dhading Besi, Man Bahadur is able to provide first aid and urgently needed daily necessities.
No one was injured in the disaster - a great preservation!
After about 17 years at the Children's Home, it's time to say goodbye... Reeta (23) is moving to relatives in the capital Kathmandu.
Now she is one of about 50 "alumni" who are going out into the world, but will always be welcome at her LFO-family.
With GOD's help and through the willingness of several donors, the hospital loan of 2019 (accident of Man Bahadur), which was over 13,000 Euros, could be completely paid off in December 2020!
Man Bahadur is so happy about this and thanks from the bottom of his heart for this great support!
After a three-quarter year break, the children were finally able to go back to school for the first time in December 2020 - but in "full gear": mask, face shield and rubber gloves!
During the lockdown period, Sangita and the young people from the children's home taught the younger children at home.
Nepal, already one of the ten (!) poorest countries in the world, has been unimaginably hard hit by this difficult situation in connection with Covid-19.
Lockdown means: no work - no income - no chance of survival.
Jason - mostly on the street "at home" - father alcoholic and violent.
Rasa Maya - mother seriously ill - survival through begging.
Simran - abandoned by his parents - great-grandparents too old to be able to take care of the little girl.
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