Please meet Buddy Sabrina Henning

Today we would like to introduce you to Sabrina. She supports us since 2015, whenever she can. “I’ve been following the history of bbuildsupnepal e.V. from the beginning. Especially as a mother of two small children, it is very important to me to support an organization that supports children and at the same time findsContinue reading “Please meet Buddy Sabrina Henning”

Himalaya information from GIZ – it concerns all of us.

“The extended Himalayan region is one of the world’s most important ecosystems. It provides the livelihoods of more than 210 million people. The region is the upper catchment area of large river systems, which supply water to nearly one fifth of the global population. The region’s ecosystems play an essential role in water storage andContinue reading “Himalaya information from GIZ – it concerns all of us.”

When the Embassador calls …

Birgit didn’t have to think twice when the invitation reached her inbox. An invitation from the Nepalese Ambassador, H.E., Mr. Ramesh Prasad Khanal and his wife to a meeting in their house in Berlin. The occasion was an official visit of a delegation of the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) atContinue reading “When the Embassador calls …”

3 times Happiness for you

The idea was born in a conversation in Berlin. Shortly afterwards Caroline and Birgit met to talk about designs, because a trip to Nepal was planned. And so it happened: Birgit visited a cashmir factory in Kathmandu, which established contact with a local jewellery manufacturer. The special twist about it is that the jewellery isContinue reading “3 times Happiness for you”

A tour: Transit Home – a street children program in Kathmandu

Come with us and and have a sneak view on how the Voice of Children temporary home for street children looks like. Birgit takes us on a tour. We want to make sure you know where parts of our raised funds will end up.

Transit Home / Dropping & Socialization Center for boys

We went to visit Voice of Children in Kathmandu to learn about their work, the programs they are running and their facilities. It is amazing to see how this organization is taking care of the children and all the other work that is done from preventing, to capacity building to education to provide families withContinue reading “Transit Home / Dropping & Socialization Center for boys”

Happy Reunion

We met Laxmi and the children for the first time in 2015, right after the earth quake. We travelled to meet them 5 times, supported Women and Children Service Center for a bit over 2 years and finally went back to meet up again. It was really good to meet them all incl. the newContinue reading “Happy Reunion”

Kathmandu / Update

Birgit arrived in Kathmandu this Saturday. Purpose for this trip is to meet old partners like Rainbow Volunteer Club, make new connections like for example with a school and we met with Kindernothilfe Nepal.  And as our cooperation with BBUN ended we are also collecting office equipments items such as computers, camera etc. to handContinue reading “Kathmandu / Update”

2018 review / what we did so far :)

2018 has been an interesting and active year for us and BBUN Nepal.  Before anything: thanks for all of your support and your trust in us. And yes it was a year of new beginnings, new ways, new partnerships, new Buddys.  It is fair to say, that we used the year to establish legal groundContinue reading “2018 review / what we did so far :)”

Insights and Facts about Nepals Education Sector – education is key.

“The world is more educated than ever before, with the average number of years spent in school increasing every year. A new report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OCED) found that 85% of young adults aged 25-34 years have attained upper secondary education, wich typically starts at around 15 or 16 yearsContinue reading “Insights and Facts about Nepals Education Sector – education is key.”