17Apr/16

3 days ago

Family & Friends Project

Tara,❤️❤️ is a resident of Tanahu, district who currently lives in Gujeshwori. Her husband went to India some 13 years ago when she was seven months’ pregnant with her son. But later did not return and since do not have any contact. She also has 1 daughter who is 14 years old and studies in grade 8.
Tara is struggling to provide daily requirements for her and her children. Tara’s physical condition is unstable. Both of her legs were fractured while doing the constructions labor work. Even though she is able to walk properly, sometimes she still suffers from pain when it’s cold. Her right hand was also burnt by acid. She had an operation at the back of neck area. As her age is gradually increasing, her eyesight has also become weak. Her mental health condition is normal.
When she stayed in Tanahu village, she used to make Dhaka products. She also worked in an Old age care as a housekeeper and cooking staff two years earlier. Then she went on to work in a local restaurant where she used to do dishes. She worked there for around 6 months but left it later as the owner used to harass her mentally as well as physically. Currently, she is unemployed and have no other source of income to support her family. She has also not been able to pay her rent for 3 months. She is also concerned about her daughter’s school fees.
Tara was introduced to Seven Women by Mira (a woman from Seven Women). They met on the street where Tara shared her problems. Seven Women will now provide scholarship for her daughter’s further education. We will also support her by giving her employment opportunity.

Welcome to the Seven Women family Tara didi!!❤️❤️
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1 week ago

Family & Friends Project

Looks like fun!We are having presentations from our beneficiaries. The audience was very attentive to our first three and now we are having some cookies and coffee. The presentations were very moving. Thank you everyone for your support.... ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Family & Friends Project

Getting young children off to a good start with the strong support of parents and community.Parents education at Shikshyalaya ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

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Great work Shikshyalaya and ECEC!ECEC Chabahil conducted parents seminar today at Shikshalaya School.
It was encouraging to see the active participation of parents in the seminar. The sharing of difference experience help one another to see and value the opinions/feelings of children.
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3 weeks ago

Family & Friends Project

Indeed!Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women - while also marking a call to action for accelerating gender balance.
The theme this year is #balanceforbetter
In Nepal there is a distinct absence of balance. Women are excluded from decision making in their communities and through social and financial pressures are denied equal access to education and therefore equal opportunity.
Children of the Mountain has for 10 years advocated for and invested in equality of education for girls and the rights of women to an equal role in society.
This International Women's day and every day this year help us continue to make a positive difference for girls and women in Nepal.
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17Jun/14

The focus of our efforts

reading 3The goal of the Family & Friend’s Project (F&FP) is to help provide opportunities for improved education, welfare, and health for handicapped and disadvantaged children in Nepal, and to promote cross-cultural understanding and raise awareness of certain issues facing people in the developing world.