Read about a magical day at the market of lights in Lichtenberg. With handmade felt goods and artistic works from ESPA Nepal, we not only created a festive atmosphere, but also supported women with disabilities and raised money for children in Nepal. A day full of light, joy and change!
The children who come to the drop-in center are encouraged to leave their life on the streets and when they show their interest in family life, they are referred to this center. This center helps children discover their individual abilities and prepares them for reintegration into the family ….
Please meet Buddy Anna Nezhnaya, and learn why she supports us and what moves her.
In most preschool classrooms of rural schools in Nepal, there are hardly any learning materials or toys. The quality of school materials is extremely poor. Unfortunately, schoolchildren often lack basic school equipment. And unfortunately, many families also do not have the money to buy their children exercise books. What is great is that in NepalContinue reading “Yay, this is my new booklet / Very different this time.”
On the first Advent, we had a premiere, so to speak. It was a long, exciting, and successful day. Yvonne, Thomas, and Birgit were there from 10 am to 7 pm to talk about Nepal, our work, and that of EPSA.
Since COVID-19 began in 2020, we understand the extraordinarily difficult situation faced by women with disabilities housed at EPSA Nepal. With our financial support, we will fund the purchase of a new disability scooter, helmet, etc.
Today we would like to talk about one of our long-time partners: Rainbow Volunteer Club. It is a non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring and supporting children and youth. They are a dedicated team of motivated youth who want to help the children of Nepal with the gift of love and hope.
Here is an excerpt: One of the biggest challenges right now is protection from internet abuse, which includes sexual abuse that happens online. The fact is that 70 % of young people have cell phones and 60 % use the Internet. Parents often have no control over it and often don’t know what’s happening, what the dangers of the Internet are, or simply can’t keep up with the speed of development.
As soon as it was clear that nothing stood in the way of a trip to Nepal, Birgit was on the plane. As a first session a meeting with Voice of Children was arranged. The joy was great on both sides, as we can see. “I am deeply impressed with Krishna Thapa the President ofContinue reading “Finally, after more than two years: meeting in Kathmandu”
Madan introduced us to a new children’s home. We made new friends and promised to come back.