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 new … More Happy Reunion
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 hand … More Kathmandu / Update
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 ground … More 2018 review / what we did so far 🙂
“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 years … More Insights and Facts about Nepals Education Sector – education is key.
First thing after Birgits arrival was of course to go to our office and drop off our “things” as well as to prepare for the meeting with Rainbow Volunteer Club. Before everything else we decorated the room s bit and recorded all equipment B.B.U.N. has so far: 3 Laptops, 1 digital Camera and one phone. … More Decoration & Rainbow 🌈 in the House
We all have an idea that Street Children are the most vulnerable group of children. Sexual abuse is hidden, but a widely prevalent suffering among the children. It is safe to say that over 90 % of them are physically and psychologically abused. Many sniff carpet glue to escape hunger, their worries, fear, loneliness or … More Street Children / Abused & Forgotten
Today we are very excited to introduce you to Eike Silvester Wiemann the creator of our logo. A design that reflects our mission:building up after the earthquake, step by step creating something “solid”, a new home, a new life for children and hopefully if possible in the future a new beginning with their parents, a … More Meet Eike the Designer of our Logo
The purpose of my last trip was to check in on the orphanage and discuss with Laxmi and the team our joined way forward. By now we do have an NGO in Nepal (BBUN) which we are very excited about. All the paperwork is done and our status is officially approved. Its great to see … More Status Quo & Our Way forward
This was our highlight of the day after the new hair cutter has been “launched”. For me it was the first time as well to be honest. Thanks to my friends who were with me, I got some guidance on the motives 🙂 As you can see we had a lot of fun.