Vulnerable children in the Nepalese mountains are still looking for sponsors to join the Sahayogi Foundation (Kathmandu).
More than ever, they are counting on your help !
Vijay TAMANG (09/12/2013)
The Sahayogi Foundation has known the Vijay family for a long time. During each Trek on the Tamang Heritage Trail, Sonam meets the little boy’s parents. Very poor, they are both farmers. They tried to take over a business in Gongang (management of a teahouse/guesthouse), but success was not forthcoming. The 2015 earthquake destroyed their home and they now live in a tent in difficult economic conditions. Destitute, they face many difficulties in meeting the needs of the family. Of course, they would like to send their children to school, but they cannot afford the costs of this project. Their education is not a priority.
Since May 2017, the Sahayogi Foundation has welcomed Bimala TAMANG, the older sister of Vijay. Sponsored, she was able to reach Kathmandu, to be accommodated there and go to school. The Foundation would now like to go further by welcoming Vijay, eager to join his sister and also be able to go to school and have a better future. If it manages to find a sponsor and/or enough donors, the Sahayogi Foundation would be able to accommodate the little boy in 2018.
To obtain more information : http://www.sahayogi-foundation.org/2018/04/vijay-tamang-to-sponsor/
Karina GLAN (04/12/2012)
Karina’s parents are poor farmers. She has a little brother named Binaam (3 years old). The Sahayogi Foundation is counting on your support to provide better living conditions and a future. If it manages to find a sponsor and/or enough donors, the Sahayogi Foundation would be able to accommodate the little girl in 2018.
To obtain more information : http://www.sahayogi-foundation.org/2018/04/karina-glan/