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”.
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.
Since 24th of March the Government of Nepal has locked down the country. All schools, colleges, market, industries, cinemas, etc. are closed including restrictions on mobility for the public and businesses. The government has decided to halt the operation of international and domestic flights till May 15 as a precautionary measure against the spread of COVID-19.
Working with 5th semester International Management B.A. Class of Macromedia University of Applied Science on donors’ behavior was a great experience. We gained a lot of valuable insights and suggestions we can use going forward. At the end of the semester we conducted some interviews because we were eager to hear more on personal motivationsContinue reading ““What makes me happy is ….””
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 …”
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.
The idea to print balloons was born after a trip to Nepal and the request to bring back hearts and, ideally, more, because not only the kids liked the balloons 🙂 The connection to our logo is a given and the desire that our dream will come true and will take off, supported our decision.Continue reading “Love is in the Air! / Special Hearts especially for us.”
Die Idee Luftballons zu bedrucken, entstand nach einer Nepal Reise und der Bitte, wieder Herzen mitzubringen und am besten gleich mehr, denn nicht nur die Kinder mochten die Ballons :). Die Verbindung zu unserem Logo ist gegeben und der Wunsch, dass unser Traum wahr wird und los fliegen kann, unterstützte die Entscheidung. Also online recherchiertContinue reading “Herzen ganz besonderer Art / Love is in the Air!”