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”.
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 🙏🏼🌞❤️”
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👍🏼”
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! ..
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:
Madan from Rainbow Volunteer Club and Birgit talk about the notebooks we supported – for the second time by now, the situation in Nepal and their corona awareness and hygiene program. Thanks to all of our donors. You are our engine 🙂 Thanks for supporting and trusting us.
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.
It was planned for a long time and then it took place: with great pleasure we accepted the invitation to the Rotary Club Berlin-Nord meeting in February to present our organisation and the trip to get “there”. Presentation title was: “Transit: a journey and new future for children in Nepal.” Birgit: “It was a lotContinue reading “Rotary Club Berlin-Nord and bbuildsupnepal.”
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”
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.