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👍🏼”
With great pleasure we can talk today about a new location for one of our donation boxes 🙂
and we are very happy about that! Admittedly it took some time, and how do you say?: good things take time 🙂 However, it is unfortunately not on the English side, because for this we would have to buy an additional program, which costs about 100 € 🙁 and we do not want to spendContinue reading “We are online ..”
This is our second order, as we have sold the first “test” order. So many thanks to everyone who has already bought one or more wish ribbons!!! What’s with the wish-bracelet? They are 100 % produced in Nepal by survivors of trafficking and people without hearing. All proceeds will be used for children in Nepal! ..
The plan was a different one, because we wanted to sign our cooperation or rather the framework of our collabortion directly in Kathmandu. And then came Corona. And since it is not clear at the moment whether we can travel to Kathmandu in September, we decided to sign our agreement in Hamburg.
The blockade, which began on 23 September 2015, was an economic and humanitarian crisis that severely affected Nepal and its economy. The background is a dispute between Nepal and India. Nepal has accused India of imposing an undeclared blockade. India has denied the accusations and stated that the supply shortages were imposed by Madheshi protesters inside Nepal.
We have good news to announce: since 27.04.2020 we are on the “list of fines” for the next 2 years. During this time we should have received at least one allocation of money by then. However, there is also the possibility of an extension before expiry. A big thank you to the district court Tiergarten! Approximately 100 to 120 million euros are donated to charitable organizations.
We received a positive message from the German Embassy in Kathmandu that we like to share with you. It is a story about 3.000 PCR-Test Kits, made in Germany, that arrived in Nepal thanks to a French cargo repatriation flight. Together we are stronger. More details can be found here: