Nov 16, 2020

Nepal project 2020 Fight Against The Global Pandemic, COVID -19

Support From - Friends Of Humanity (FOH) Switzerland

Mission - Support and supply of basic food items to needy people, fight against the Noval Corona-virus COVID -19 and Protect those who are unable to protect themselves because of global pan-demic .

Location:

  • Madhyapur Thimi Municipality , Bhaktapur , Nepal and                                                                  Surroundings
  • Bhaktapur and Kirtipur district,  Nepal
  • Kirtipur Munacipility , Kirtipur - Champadevi . Nepal


Target group:
Some communitities are not yet receiving proper support from the concern authori-ties during Pandemic COVID-19. and one of them is Tamang community.

Target:

  • Madhyapur Thimi Municipality: 207 families
  • Bhaktapur and Kirtipur district: 57 families
  • Kirtipur Munacipility: 140 families

Distribition date: Juin to October 2020.

Methodology:

  • Coordation with community chair and identification of the right person within the community who are unable to get basic food and medicines items.
  • Support and supply FOH food packet. Including Masks ,Toilet soap and basic medecines:

Creat awareness about some basic techniques to reduce the risk of transmitting virus.a) Imortance of Social and physical distancing .
Importance of washing and senitizing hands ,
Using masks properly and it’s importance etc.

Total Beneficiaries: 404 families 

Expenses -
Items Per person Quantity Rate $ Total Amount USD
Rice 10 KG 140*10=1400 10 1400
Beans 2 Kg 140*2=280 2 560
Salt/Spices 1 packet 140 0.50 70
Oil 1 liter 140 1.5 210
Toilet soap 1 packet 140 1 140
Mask 1 pices 150 0.50 75
Basic Medicine 1 set 140 1 140
soya beans 1/2 KG 140 1 140
Transportation 80
snacks and cold drinks for volunteers 100
Camara and assistant 100
Miscilenous , Chalk powder, gloves, 2 t-shirts for volunteers etc. 25

Total expenditure USD 9'600


During the distribution time all the communities, one chairperson from dalits community ( also called community of untouchable group of people) requesting for our support for 60 poor dalits families, suffering badly due to Pandemic and I would also like to support his community and end the second phase project on coming saturday .In future we also need to fight against such man made discrimination and caste system because every humans are equal and “WE ALL ARE ONE”

Dalits, the discriminated people under this system, suffer from restriction on the use public amenities, deprivation of economic opportunities, and general neglect by the state and society.

Lastly, I would like to request you for one more time support for this week so that I could end the II phase project by supporting 60 more pro poor families, called dalits but “We All Are One” !!! Namaste!!!


Submitted By - Mukunda Dhungana
Bhaktapur, Nepal.

 

We continue supporting Nepal with a supply of basic food items to needy people, fight against the Noval Coronavirus COVID -19 and Protect those who are unable to protect themselves because of global pandemic.

 

Thank you for your support

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May 2015

Caring for the homeless of Ulaanbaatar!

Most Kind and Generous Donors,

Please rejoice in the fact that your most kind generous support has made it possible for us to continue our activities of caring and serving the homeless of Ulaanbaatar, now into the twelfth year since first opening its doors in 2003.

During the cold six months of winter the soup kitchen averages around 80 people per day and the cost of utilities are at its highest. The six months of winter is financially the most expensive period. Fortunately, for all us living in Ulaanbaatar this winter 2014/2015 has been a mild winter compared to the years before. But even now, in the beginning of March 2015 we are still in the double digit minus degrees.

As a soup kitchen it is an ongoing expense requiring constant financial sustenance. As the economic state in Mongolia is in dire straits much of the funding for the soup kitchen relies on small individual donations.

For the beneficiaries, the soup kitchen is a haven of warmth and kindness for their one hot meal of the day. For most of them it would be impossible to survive without the safety net of the soup kitchen. Since the soup kitchen is so very vital for their survival, the beneficiaries of the soup kitchen guard and regard the soup kitchen as their personal turf and protect it with animal like territorial instinct against homeless people new to the area. As organizers, we constantly have to talk them out of such attitude and behavior against other homeless people new to our soup kitchen.

Such is the way of life here at the Soup Kitchen!

Thanking you all always and with love and prayers,

Tsenla

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Serving and Caring for the homeless of Ulaanbaatar

Caring for the homeless of Ulaanbaatar!

Most Kind and Generous Donors,

Please rejoice in the fact that your most kind generous support has made it possible for us to continue our activities of caring and serving the homeless of Ulaanbaatar, now into the twelfth year since first opening its doors in 2003.   

During the cold six months of winter the soup kitchen averages around 80 people per day and the cost of utilities are at its highest too. Fortunately, for all us living in Ulaanbaatar this winter 2014/2015 has been a mild winter compared to the years before. But even now, in the beginning of March 2015 we are still in the double digit minus degrees.

As a soup kitchen it is an ongoing expense requiring constant financial sustenance. As the economic state in Mongolia is in dire straits much of the funding for the soup kitchen relies on small individual donations.

For the beneficiaries, the soup kitchen is a haven of warmth and kindness for their one hot meal of the day. For most of them it would be impossible to survive without the safety net of the soup kitchen. Since the soup kitchen is very vital for their survival, the beneficiaries of the soup kitchen guard and regard the soup kitchen as their personal turf and protect it with animal like territorial instinct against homeless people new to the area. As organizers, we constantly have to talk them out of such attitude and behavior against other homeless people new to our soup kitchen.

Such is the way of life here at the Soup Kitchen!

Thanking you all always and with love and prayers,

Tsering Yanzo

 
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