Madan introduced us to a new children’s home. We made new friends and promised to come back.
Hi Buddies, We hope you are all well! There’s exciting news we love to share with you, because as of yesterday we have our own podcast. This means that we can now be heard on Anchor and Spotify. So you don’t need a Spotify subscription. You find us here–> https://anchor.fm/bbaier/episodes/Back-in-Kathmandu-and-my-first-ever-Podcast-e18toh1?fbclid=IwAR038JNhpHwhrtvRDxb8tOVAoGCo-B9r4I58kB-JaN6vvnUSOMbtA58093Q We deliberately decided to doContinue reading “Welcome, every Buddy. We do have our own podcast now.”
Today we celebrate Father’s Day in Germany. Father’s Day is also known regionally as Herrentag or Men’s Day. Let’s think together about all the fathers who are having an especially hard time providing for and supporting their families right now. Help us make a difference.
Sanskrit has over ten words to describe feelings of happiness, such as sukha for happiness that gives a pleasant sensation, krtarthata for satisfaction after a deed, ananda for joyful bliss, sampad for the pleasant feeling in the body after …
We cannot even imagine what will happen now due to the loss of tourism as a source of income due to Corona. Poverty is increasingly spreading and the support for the protection of nature is crumbling.
Women’s Day in Nepal is written as ‘Nari ko Diwas’, which is known as Nari Diwas in the Nepali language. The ‘of’ means ‘ko’, which is not necessary to pronounce when writing a phrase as a noun. Nari means ‘women’ and Diwas means ‘day’ in the Nepali language, while the counterpart ‘Nar’ means ‘male’. The theme of International Women’s Day 2021 is – “Women in Leadership: Achieving an Equal Future in a COVID-19 World”.
A few days ago we received an email from the Embassy in Kathmandu with a link to a discussion between Roland Schäfer (German Ambassador) and Ms Mandira Sharma (lawyer) on transitional justice and human rights in Nepal, which we would like to share with you.
Every day the food is freshly prepared by three people. The team goes to the hospital twice a month to be checked for the Corona Virus. “If we feel we are at risk, we check more often.” explains Madan Poudeyal in charge of Rainbow Volunteer Club and therefore the program. With your support, we haveContinue reading “Food-Bank #1 or: more than a warm dish 🙏🏼🌞❤️”
The goal is to provide as many children as possible with warm meals. We thank all our supporters. Without you we would not be able to support our local partner to keep this important program running. Donate here: https://bbuildsupnepal.betterplace.org #givingback #purpose #change #betterplace @betterplace_org
Rural areas in Nepal suffer from a poorly developed power grid. The most sustainable and simple solution: electricity from water and sun. “The landscape of the Himalayas is a special challenge for Nepal when it comes to power supply. Especially in the remote areas it is difficult to connect to the power grid. Renewable energiesContinue reading “GIZ about the Himalayas / We also support solar energy👍🏼”