Our boys and staff are hugely relieved that the coldest part of the winter has finished. It was a bit of a struggle as every year but many of our boys actually enjoy the colder part of the year due to massive heat in the summer.
New chickens are arriving this week from the Livestock Department so they will all be vaccinated and apparently we will have fresh eggs in 2-3 weeks time. The boys cannot wait! We have also done some more work on the garden and planted new seeds so expecting some amazing tasting veggies really soon.
As it's still the winter season, the boys go to school at 6am and finish around midday which gives them more time to play during the day and they do have a lot of energy to burn! On Saturdays they all visit our children at the Child Helpline and always help with creative activities there and make sure that all new children are welcome as a part of our family. As it's a dry season, they play a lot of sports outside so I think we will have future cricket and football stars amongst them!
One of our former children is now employed by us part time at the home and is doing an amazing job at keeping an eye on everything so that things work smoothly and is a great big brother to all the boys. We also have a lovely lady who is doing an internship with us and it looks like she will become our employee later this year upon completion of her degree in Kathmandu. We are very grateful for such wonderful team as the result is a home full of very happy boys!
Thank you all so much for all the support. Please feel free to forward the details of the project to any of your contacts. We are always looking for new volunteers. :)
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