Now with 24 youngsters to accommodate, the Didi Home, built for 12, was bursting at the seams! Sayni has found an annex for the boys, which is about 20 minutes away.
It is spacious and has the advantage of land where the boys are growing maize and keeping hens, ducks and goats.
Every month Aide Nepal Magnoac (ANM) sends NRs 80,000 (£530) to Didi Home to support and educate the 24 children. It is not a vast amount but we have not been able to hold fundraising events, and our resources are drying up! If we are to continue supporting these young people we desperately need more. Just £10 month, or whatever you can manage, will make a significant difference and help give one these children a future.
I know these are difficult times but please, please help if you can.
Allow me to introduce two recent additions to the Aide Nepal family at Sister Home. The young fellow below is Ganesh Chaudhary who is 11 years old. Ganesh’s father disappeared some time ago and his mother remarried. As is often the case, Ganesh was forced out and survived by begging. He was found by a police officer and taken to Sister Home. Ganesh was a very sad little chap but has now settled in, is going to school for the first time and enjoying life.
The young girl pictured is Rupa Chaudhari, 7 years old. Rupa’s mother died and her father disappeared. She was left to fend for herself and was in danger of ‘exploitation’ when found by the police. Rupa has been at Sister Home for 6 months, is enjoying life now and doing well at school.
Both children are members of the Tharu ethnic group, the majority have Chaudhary as their surname.
To Help Aide Nepal Magnoac is now supporting 24 children at the Sister Home, aged 3 to 12 years. It costs £27 a month to provide a child with accommodation, food, clothing and education. If you would like to help please go to the link below…just £2 makes a difference.