THREE students NOW ARE being allowed to have a self-sufficient lives because of donations. I personally know all these children ( young adults ) and have watched them grow into wonderful adults.
A HAND UP IS NOT A HAND OUT
ChangeforHope001.org has had a busy two months with outreach programs, distribution of blankets and much requested bibles- warming the body and soul. Each trip required many hours of travel in buses and hours of walking.
Sandip ( project manager) and Chandra attended and helped to organize a youth outreach program for three days where students came on bikes , scooters and motorcycles to hear the gospel in Nawalprasi Sharjung which took place early December.
Mid December two meetings took place to discuss the work on the school project in Babare, Dolakha with Nick Abraham in Sanku. Another trip is planed to evaluate the situation with government funding and the rebuilding. A return trip took place a week later.
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Alisha Khadka – graduates from Nursing Classes
Sonan – finishing up his Lab Tech classes – in the field
Binod – graduated Sociology and is now working
Change for Hope has been diligently working with the people of Nepal since 2005. The earthquakes of April 2015 brought another dimension to the aide work being done and the relationships we have established in these last 11 years. The first round of supplies went out within one week of the earthquakes and then when I returned for the two months of Dec 26th,2015 to Feb 26,2016.
The men and women I have worked with deserve a huge thank you. Sandip and Saru Khadka , Sher and Kalpana Lama, Rajan Thebe, Chandra Mahato, James Thami and Bikash Parajuli- without you none of this would be possible. Thank you for your faithful service to CFH which is greatly appreciated.
Our work from April 2015 to February of 2016 included the following but is not limited to this list. CFH provided all transportation to the team members and meals while away.
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