When we first met Anjali back in 2014, she wasn’t going to school regularly because she had to stay home and look after her younger siblings while her mother worked.
With your support we’re helping thousands of children in Udayapur, Nepal, to escape lives of poverty.
Agricultural assistants like Natasha are helping the Dalit and Jaanajati castes in Nepal change their farming methods during the monsoon season, helping them grow more crops and providing them with more opportunities.
Sarita recalls the immediate days after the earthquake as emotionally and physically tiring. Even though she was surrounded by her family, she had never been as scared as she was on that day.
Sarita, a girl with an infectious smile, felt all her joy and laughter drain away as she looked at the crushed remains of her school.
Asmita’s mother Binda, works hard to keep her children fed and clothed. Day-to-day life has been made even more difficult since her husband committed suicide a few years ago.