Earthquake relief fund Nepal
After the earthquake struck Nepal April the 26 th and the 12 of May a lot more families haveHimalayan Foundation Nepal want to help the homeless families regain their homes. become homeless and a lot more children have lost their parents. We wish to help the children get a chance in life. Furthermore, we
However, having a home is more important. As I’ve said I’m a Christian pastor and I spent a lot of my time in some small villages Guncha, Sindhupalchowk District which are located a six hours drive from Kathmandu. The people in the villages are the ones who have suffered the most from the earthquake. Their houses were the first to crash and they are the last to receive help. Because they live in areas where tourists don’t visit and the government doesn’t have the resources to support them. I’ve been visiting these villages for years and it breaks my heart to see them suffer. That’s why I kindly ask you for donations to help rebuild this lesser known part of Nepal.
There are 586 families and almost all of them are have lost their homes and are forced to live in small cowsheds. In 1 cowshed of 15 m2 you can easily find a family of 4 to 5 people. This small room is both their kitchen and bedroom. Their toilet is outside. And usually the tin-roof isn ‘t waterproof. Each small proper house that we will build will cost around 1.200 USD and we’d like to build at least 25 small houses. – 30.000 USD in total. It’s probably a bit too much to ask for. But either way you can look at it this way. 1.200 USD equals 1 house. And then We’ll see how far we’ll get. Please we need your small contribution with donations to help rebuild with earthquake damage home so go hear this link for donations
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/earthquake-relief-fund-nepal--10/x/12250407#/story .Thank you so much for your kind regard
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