Sacrificial Life for What?

Every Friday as Console Mission is in Fasting Prayer, it is shorting out the websites and information about the organisations and people who came to Nepal and also working effectively in those regions of the world. The purpose is to pray for their work. And, they could cover over every struggles to reach the goal.

They will get support from the local people that is most essential and every people who are holding positions could play a role by helping the existing organisations and their associates. There are new and there are age old organisations working not because it is their need but, that is our need. Who could just leave or pretend an unseen when there are people dying because of a small bite from a dog, the small wound treated in a local way but, that rather grew the wound and the bacteria affected whole body by spreading.

UMN (since 1954): Rebuilding in North Dhading where almost 90% houses are inhabitable. Peter Lockwood who is a Programme Advisor and had been in Nepal for more than 20 years. ED: Joel and Fiona. Former ED: Mark and Liz.

INF: Post-earthquake rebuilding for the Persons with Disabilities [PWDs]. INF would like to thank the Minister of MoWCSW Mr CP Mainali [the Chairman of the SWC], all the officials of both the Ministry and the Social Welfare Council, and INF supporters around the world whose faithful prayers have been crucial in achieving this new agreement.

Alastair Seaman, International Director, Focusing on governance issues INF/I seeks to support, develop and unify all members of the worldwide INF family.

TLM (since 1957): TLM Nepal is involved in training Government General Health Service Medical Officers and other staff in the diagnosis and treatment of leprosy and also provides technical support. Through Anandaban Hospital it provides specialist services in reconstructive surgery and treatment for people experiencing complications due to leprosy. These are accessed locally and by referral from Government centres across Nepal

ADRA (since 1987) : Dr. Josue Orellana, originally from Bolivia, is a Medical Doctor with an extensive experience in community health and development. He joined ADRA in 2002 and since that year has held various positions in the ADRA Network. Before coming to Nepal, Josue has been leading the ADRA office in Mongolia for the past four years. Now he has taken the role of Country Director of ADRA Nepal

World Vision Nepal (since 1982) : Over the past years, World Vision International Nepal (WVIN) has funded community development in 14 districts namely Bhaktapur, Doti, Jumla, Kathmandu, Kaski, Kailali, Lamjung, Lalitpur, Morang, Rupandehi, Sunsari, Udayapur, Achham and Sindhuli through its Area Development Programmes (ADP). In 2013, four ADPs in Bhaktapur, Kathmandu, Kaski and Lalitpur districts phased out. World Vision is currently operational in 11 districts with 16 ADPs and projects with a goal to empower vulnerable children, their families and communities in Nepal to improve their quality of life with dignity and peace.

After the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal in April 2015, World Vision declared  Global response on April 26, 2015. World Vision is now providing immediate relief in 10 (Sindhupalchowk, Sindhuli, Lamjung, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, Kathmandu, Gorkha, Dhading, Dolakha and Nuwakot) of the most affected districts.

 

MAINTAINING THE SHORTAGE OF MASK

Participating against COVID-2019: Capacity to teach and produce hand-made mask for Prevention.

EMERGENCIES AND DISASTER LEAVES NONE

Emergencies like pandemic brings individuals & health care services down. A lesson to learn and system to recycle and capacity to initiate to develop materials that is possible using local resources and materials.

A RALLY TO ALERT ON HUMAN TRAFFICKING – 2019