Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal

by Social Development Organization Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Protect orphans and abandoned children in Nepal
Serfule received 82.60% with 1st position on exam
Serfule received 82.60% with 1st position on exam

Dear friends,

Greetings, Namaste.

 It’s our great pleasure to share with you friends the Quarterly progress report of SDO-Nepal’s child-home-orphanage for the duration of  8 August to 27 November 2022 as follows:

 Achievements:

 1)Serfule,13 years old girl who came from highly sex-trafficking prone area just 5  months ago at this orphanage. Due to her hard labor , Serfule received 82.60  % marks in half yearly examination of Level-3 held on last month, securing 1st-Position at her class. Before coming here, she could not get opportunities to study in better school at her village due to her excessive work load  and lacking of basic needs at her home. She lived there scaring always from sex-traffickers.

        Serfule is very industrious, well disciplined and very eager on dancing. Now,she is boundless happy at  her great achievement and every day’s life that she is spending.”

 We heartily thanks to all kind friends for your love and support and providing new life to Serfule.

 2) Saraswati passed the SEE examination and now she is studying at class-11 on management stream at Tilingatar Higher Secondary school.

3) A qualified doctor’s team conduced Dental and medical check up and health counseling  with all required medical equipment at orphanage. General health and dental hygiene found good to all children. Team provided toothpaste and brushes to all children. Thank you DOCTORS for your love and great help.

4) The  energetic Team from ADARA development Nepal conducted a day long counseling workshop to teenagers children protected at  this orphanage on  sexual abuse, good touch, bad touch, menstruation management etc and providing a complete HYGIENIC- KITS to each children. Thank you for providing delicious TEEJ DAR (feast) to children and dancing with children on TEEJ SONGS and making the moments so joyful.

5) Children celebrated Dashain, Dipawali, Teej, Father’s Day feast and festivals with great joys visiting the neighboring homes and singing, dancing and begging the blessings from elders with cash and gifts.

6) We conducted 10th General Assembly Meeting and endorsed the financial and progress reports and program of SDO.

7) The General Secretary, Treasurer and care giver staff participated on 3 days long interactive workshop between child homes and elected members organized by Tokha Municipality.

8) Children are managing nicely the kitchen garden which is being the learning place and also helping to reduce the costs of vegetables.

 Financial status:

 During this period we paid for food /water/ hygiene -$ 850, dress/clothes/shoes- $ 410,Book- $ 20, Fee- $ 62 ,Electricity/ Internet/telephone/ cable charges, paid-$ 86 , Organization renew charges- $ 283, Website Renew charge- $ 80, Audit fee: $100, Care-Giver salary paid- $ 360. House rent paid- $ 1,000.

    Our kind Gratitude and Acknowledgements:

 

i)   We are always Grateful to our most-respected-DONORS for your precious DONATIONS through GlobalGiving to ensure the lives of these children  !

  ii)    Similarly, we are also thankful to  you all beloved friends for your love and support with cash, foods, cloths stationery and accessories at our office  to ensure the lives of these children. 

 THANK YOU ALL!!

Dear friends, from the love and support from all of you, our hopes are sprouting and getting encouragement to protect more needy children and run the orphanage sustainably. But, due to the highly increasing market prices of the basic necessities  day by day and rapidly increasing education costs,  it is being hard to provide the fundamental needs to our orphans and abandoned children.

For your kind information, we are participating on Giving Tuesday campaign run by GlobalGiving, which will last 24 hours from 00:00:00 EST to 23:59:59 EST on November 29. The more amount we raise, the more incentive we get. Your worthy donations will fully utilize to provide the the basic needs to the children protected at this orphanage. You can make your precious donations through our PROJECT LINK.

Your every donation is precious and will bring the significant changes on the life of these orphans and abandoned children. we look forward for your continuous support, encouragement and hoping that you will spread your kind  words to your lovely family and friends to support on our Cause. These are also your own children.

 Before closing, we SDO members and all the children would like to extend our heartiest thanks to GlobalGiving Team, Our valued Donors and Supporters who have been supporting to our children!

 Please take care and stay safe.

 With kind gratitude !   

Project work prepared by Pemba andKarishma class-7
Project work prepared by Pemba andKarishma class-7
Dental check up by Doctor
Dental check up by Doctor
Children happy with hygienic kit
Children happy with hygienic kit
children dancing on Teej songs at Teej festival
children dancing on Teej songs at Teej festival
Happy on harvest from own garden
Happy on harvest from own garden
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Srijana and Karisma class-6 both achieved GPA 3.49
Srijana and Karisma class-6 both achieved GPA 3.49

Dear friends,

Greetings, Namaste.

 It’s our great pleasure to share with you friends the Quarterly progress report of SDO-Nepal’s child-home-orphanage for the duration of  12 April to 8 August,2022 as follows:

 

1)     Endanger life of  Serfule: Real story:

“13, years old Serfule,, could not get opportunities to study in better school at her village due to her excessive work load at her home. Before coming here of Serfule, Her brother engaged to a neighboring girl. But, before marriage, she was influenced by a neighboring sex-trafficker man and sold to a brothel in Bombay, India. After few months later, our SERFULE was also contacted by the same trafficker and told he will bring Serfule to meet her sister-in-law at India and will provide good job. Luckily Serfule remembered the last words which her father  told before his death that “ my lovely daughter Serfule, please don’t accept any offers given by these sex traffickers otherwise, they will also sell you at brothel at Bombay, India and you have to spent Hellish life there “. So Serfule strictly denied traffickers offer and being able to save herself. Serfule’s village areas is highly prone areas on sex-trafficking. Difficult to see  young girls more than 12 years at her village as they all are already sold  to brothel at Bombay. Only male and old ones  are left at village. Her father died and her mother is suffering complete mental disorder as she throw stones to neighbor’s house and hence, people always chess and beats to her mother as she is totally mental disorder.  

One of the good and kind social activist seeing the everyday risky situation, he asked  to Serfule, do you have rice to eat ? she replied innocently, yes sir, I have 2 sacs of rice which the people have donated few months ago during my father’s mourning (death) function. Then this activist thought Serfule is endanger situation and  facilitated to her Municipality to bring out her from   village. As a result, Now, Sherfule is safe and  under the protection of SDO Nepal. She is studying at class-3. Her happiness can be seen on her  innocent face and enjoying her days with lovely sisters at SDO and her school.”

 

2)  Educational progress of children: 

 

The TOP-ACHIEVERS during ANNUAL-RESULT are:

* Shrijana , class-6 GPA: 3.49

* Karishma, class-6 GPA: 3.49

*Susmita , class-7 GPA: 3.18

* Sabita , class-3 GPA: 3.04

* Pratikshya, class-5 GPA: 2.91

 

Rest girls also achieved good results.

 -  Saraswati PASSED the  SEE ( Secondary Education Examination).

 -  "GoGreen" Our children SRIJANA, KARISHMA and PEMBA studying at class-7 have prepared  beautiful POST CARDS themselves to display on the Environment awareness rally organized by their school.

- We have announced that, children who will secure highest % on Final-Exam will be rewarded with TASTY ICE CREAM. This year, SRIJANA class-7 and KARISHMA class-7 both achieved the same GPA-3.49. So, both girls are rewarded with double cone of ice cream in the first. Then rest girls were also received ice cream for their achievements and encouragement.

- New Academic-Session started. Children happy with New-Books. New-Bags, new class.

 

 2)      Others:

 

  • We protected a 13 years old new girl Serfule who was highly at-risk and in-need. Her father died and mother is totally mental disorder.
  •  PRIYA, 14 years old, studying at class-8, suddenly faced mild fever, vomiting, bending of all fingers on curve, couldn’t stand straight at her school. So, we admitted her at Kanti Children Hospital, Maharajgunj. After all diagnosis , observation, lab reports and treatments, Priya’s condition  improved  satisfactorily. Priya discharged from hospital with medicine. Sodium, Potassium, Calcium and Vitamin-D3 found in very lower levels, so, it may have suddenly attacked to her body specially at her all fingers leading to bend. Now, Priya is feeling better.
  • SRIJANA class-7 and PRATIKSHYA class-6 faced difficulties in reading books and seeing the letters in blackboard . They also faced serious headaches and eyeballs pain which badly affected their studies too. So, they both were consulted to an ophthalmic Doctor and checked them in an eye clinic and Doctor prescribed them SPECTACLES. Now they are feeling better.
  • KARISHMA and ROSHANI celebrated their BIRTHDAY at child home with great joys.
  • Children surprisingly celebrated the Mother’s Day with SDO’S Treasurer SHANTI by cutting cake and giving a GIFT to her.

 

 

3)Financial status:

 

During this period we paid for food /water/ hygiene -$ 900, dress/shoes- $ 200, Medicals-$208, Book- $ 40, Fee- $10 ,Electricity/ Internet/telephone/charges paid-$ 100 , Laptop maintenance-$ 20, Care-Giver salary paid- $ 316. House rent paid- $ 806.

 

 

4)   Our kind Gratitude and Acknowledgements:

 

i)   We are always Grateful to our most-respected-DONORS for your precious DONATIONS through GlobalGiving to ensure the lives of these children  !

 

 ii)    Similarly, we are also thankful to  you all beloved friends for your love and support with cash, foods, cloths stationery and accessories at our office  to ensure the lives of these children. 

 

THANK YOU ALL!!

 

 Dear friends, from the love and support from all of you, our hopes are sprouting and getting encouragement to protect more needy children and run the orphanage sustainably. But, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and   highly increasing market prices of the basic necessities  day by day and rapidly increasing education costs,   it is being hard to provide the fundamental needs to our orphans and abandoned children. Your every donation is precious and will bring the significant changes on the life of these orphans and abandoned children. we look forward for your continuous support, encouragement and hoping that you will spread your kind  words to your lovely family and friends to support on our Cause. These are also your own children. Before closing, we SDO members and all the children would like to extend our heartiest thanks to GlobalGiving Team, Our valued Donors and Supporters who have been supporting to our children!

 

Please take care and stay safe.

 

 With kind gratitude !   

Happy on New session, new books, newbag, new dress
Happy on New session, new books, newbag, new dress
Srijana,Karisma,Pemba prepared to display on rally
Srijana,Karisma,Pemba prepared to display on rally
Serfule, 13 years old orphan girl protected at SDO
Serfule, 13 years old orphan girl protected at SDO
Treatment of Priya, class-8 at Kanti hospital
Treatment of Priya, class-8 at Kanti hospital
Karishma and Roshani celebrated their Birthday
Karishma and Roshani celebrated their Birthday
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Srijana,class-6 displaying her project work
Srijana,class-6 displaying her project work

Dear friends,

Greetings,Namaste.

Wishing a very happy and prosperous Nepali New-Year 2078 to you all !

 

It’s our great pleasure to share with you friends the Quarterly progress report of SDO-Nepal’s child-home-orphanage for the duration of  20 December 2021 to 12 April, 2022 as follows:

 

.  1)Educational progress of children: 

-      The final exam is started from April,11. So, the children are busy on their studies to achieve best results.

-    Saraswati class-10 is preparing for  her SEE ( Secondary Education Examination) which is going to be started from April, 22 nationwide.

-       Durga, class-8 is preparing for her BLE (Basic Level Examination) which is going to be started from April, 19.

-   Srijana and Karishma from class-6 is rewarded at school with pen and copy against their good discipline and regular class activities.

-    Pemba, Karishma and Srijana from class-6 prepared Project work of science on Solar System for their final exam which was posted on their class room.

-     All the children actively participated on Observation Tour/Picnic program according to their class wise which was organized by their school.

 

 2) Others:

 

  • Saraswati class-10 won 2nd-Prize on Badminton Competition and is awarded with Medal at her school.
  • All the children got double dose Pfizer vaccines against Covid-19 except Sabita.
  • Children celebrated Merry Christmas, New Year, International Women’s Day, Maghe Sakranti , Holi , Saraswati pooja, feast and festival with great joys at orphanage.
  • Children are happily maintaining Kitchen garden. They all are given a COCO POT to plant and grow Beans and will be rewarded to one who is a best grower.
  • Most of them are good cook and  prepares tasty snacks and foods with care giver sister on their spare times.

 

3)Financial status:

 During this period we paid for food /water/ hygiene -$ 820, Kitchen utensils/ tiffin boxes- $ 51, Stationery/photocopy paid $ 21.  Electricity/ Internet/telephone/charges paid-$ 93 , Mobile purchase/ maintainence-$163, Mattress-$ 85, Metal bed ( two storied)/ metal rack- $350. Bed cover/pillows-$ 150, Care-Giver salary paid- $ 410. House rent paid- $ 1012 .

4)   Our kind Gratitude and Acknowledgements:

 

i)    We are always Grateful to our most-respected-DONORS for your precious DONATIONS through GlobalGiving to ensure the lives of these children  !

 

 ii)    Similarly, we are also thankful to  you all beloved friends for your love and support with cash, foods, cloths stationery and accessories at our office  to ensure the lives of these children. 

 

THANK YOU ALL!!

 

 Dear friends, from the love and support from all of you, our hopes are sprouting and getting encouragement to protect more needy children and run the orphanage sustainably. But, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and   highly increasing market prices of the basic necessities  day by day and rapidly increasing education costs,   it is being hard to provide the fundamental needs to our orphans and abandoned children. Your every donation is precious and will bring the significant changes on the life of these orphans and abandoned children. we look forward for your continuous support, encouragement and hoping that you will spread your kind  words to your lovely family and friends to support on our Cause. These are also your own children. Before closing, we SDO members and all the children would like to extend our heartiest thanks to GlobalGiving Team, Our valued Donors and Supporters who have been supporting to our children!

 

Please take care and stay safe.

 

 With kind gratitude !                                             

Girls commitment on International Women's Day
Girls commitment on International Women's Day
Saraswati, class-10 won 2nd Prize on Badminton
Saraswati, class-10 won 2nd Prize on Badminton
Children got double dose Pfizer vaccines.
Children got double dose Pfizer vaccines.
Roshani and Sabita happily showing their plants.
Roshani and Sabita happily showing their plants.
Holi , a colorful festival celebrated by children
Holi , a colorful festival celebrated by children
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Sabita class-3 with OUTSTANDINGresult of  GPA 3.68
Sabita class-3 with OUTSTANDINGresult of GPA 3.68

Dear friends,

MERRY CHRISTMAS, Happy New-Year 2022 and Happy Holidays !

 

Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful Christmas. May peace, love, prosperity follow you always.

 

 It’s our great pleasure to share with you friends the Quarterly progress report of SDO-Nepal’s child-home-orphanage for the duration of  24 August,2021-19 December,2021 as follows:

 

.  1)Educational progress of children: 

 It’s our great pleasure to share the First-Terminal-Results  of the children with you all lovely friends. Thank you so much friends for your love and support and making us thrive. The TOP-5 achievers are:

1- SABITA , class-3 GPA:  3.68 OUTSTANDING

2- ROSHANI, class-5 GPA: 3.25 EXCELLENT

3- PRATIKSHYA, class-5 GPA: 3.03 EXCELLENT

4- SRIJANA, class-6, GPA: 3.03 Very good

5- DOLMA, class-7, GPA: 2.93 Very good

Rest children have also received good results.

 

2) Others:

 

  • School is reopened, and hence, children are studying physically at school.
  • Pratikshya, class-5 participated on Teej folk dance competition organized by Tokha Municipality.
  • A Top Level Team leading from Deputy Mayor and Chief Executive Officer from Tokha Municipality supervised and Monitored our orphanage and ongoing activities.
  • Children celebrated Teej , Dashain and Dipawali feast and festivals with great joys.
  • Children played Deusi-Bhailo Program by dancing and singing during Dipawali festival visiting neighboring houses and exchanging love and blessings.
  • In the leisure time, the elder girls are practiced to grow winter vegetables and  to cook foods and cleaning the rooms and compound on the routine basis on the close supervision of their care-giver sister Indira.
  • Children plays the games and practices exercises to be refreshed.

 

3)Financial status:

 

During this period we paid for food /water/ hygiene -$ 730, Stationery/photocopy paid $ 150.  Electricity/ TV Cable/telephone/charges paid-$ 45 , Internet charges $ 40, .Care-Giver salary paid- $ 410. House rent paid- $ 1012 . Audit Fee $50. Website renewal charge- $ 80. Annual renewal charge of organization paid  to Government- $ 380.

4)   Our kind Gratitude and Acknowledgements:

 

i)                    We are always Grateful to our most-respected-DONORS for your precious DONATIONS through GlobalGiving to ensure the lives of these children  !

 

 ii)    Similarly, we are also thankful to  you all beloved friends for your love and support with cash, foods, cloths stationery and accessories at our office  to ensure the lives of these children. 

 

THANK YOU ALL!!

 

 Dear friends, from the love and support from all of you, our hopes are sprouting and getting encouragement to protect more needy children and run the orphanage sustainably. But, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and   highly increasing market prices of the basic necessities  day by day and rapidly increasing education costs,   it is being hard to provide the fundamental needs to our orphans and abandoned children. Your every donation is precious and will bring the significant changes on the life of these orphans and abandoned children. we look forward for your continuous support, encouragement and hoping that you will spread your kind  words to your lovely family and friends to support on our Cause. These are also your own children. Before closing, we SDO members and all the children would like to extend our heartiest thanks to GlobalGiving Team, Our valued Donors and Supporters who have been supporting to our children!

 

Please take care and stay safe.

 

Merry Christmas, Happy New-Year-2022 and Happy Holidays to you. Have a great celebration.

 

With kind gratitude !                                              

Children happy with new clothes at Dashainfestival
Children happy with new clothes at Dashainfestival
Pratikshya class-5 ready for Teej folk dancing
Pratikshya class-5 ready for Teej folk dancing
Teej feast and festival celebration
Teej feast and festival celebration
Srijana, class-6 harvesting Mustard leaf vegetable
Srijana, class-6 harvesting Mustard leaf vegetable
Children playing Deusi-Bhailo by singing/dancing
Children playing Deusi-Bhailo by singing/dancing
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Shrijana, class-6 received 73.33% on Annual-Exam
Shrijana, class-6 received 73.33% on Annual-Exam

Dear friends,

Namaste and Greetings !

 

 It’s our great pleasure to share with you friends the Quarterly progress report of SDO-Nepal’s child-home-orphanage for the duration of  3 May-24 August,2021 as follows:

 In Nepal,  we are facing the  second wave of COVID-19. There are 2525 new cases, 2086 recoveries and 35 deaths in 24 hours. Unfortunately, spreading of second wave of COVID, schools are still closed and hence, children are studying through ONLINE classes.  However, all the children are fine, safe  and staying at orphanage with protective measures.  

 1) Educational progress of children: 

  It’s our great pleasure to share the Annual Results of the children with you all lovely friends. Thank you so much friends for your love and support and making all these possible here. The TOP-6 achievers are:

1) Shrijana , class-6 : 73.33 %

2) Susmita, class-7: 71.50 %

3) Dolma, class-7. : 70.625 %

4) Saraswati, class-10: 70.625 %

5) Karishma, class-6: 69.17. %

6) Pemba, class-6. : 68.17. %

Rest girls also achieved good results.

 

 2) Others:

  • Taking the precaution for COVID, the Oxygen level and  temperature of  the children is measured time to time through Oxymeter and Thermometer at orphanage. All the children found in good health.
  • Children were pretty happy with the new books and stationery for the new academic session.
  • Mega Bank provided the scholarship( which will cover tution fee partially)  to our girls viz Saraswati class-10 , Susmita class-7 and Srijana class-6 for current  academic session.  
  • In the leisure time, the elder girls are practiced to cook foods and cleaning the rooms and compound on the routine basis on the close supervision of their care-giver sister Indira.
  • Children plays the games and practices exercises to be refreshed.
  • Rakshya Bandhan festival is celebrated at orphanage, tying the sacred thread on the wrists and eating delicious Qwati ( sprouted lentils and beans mixed).

 

3) Financial status:

 During this period we paid for food /water/ hygiene -$ 843, Stationery/photocopy paid $ 207.  Electricity/ TV Cable/telephone/charges paid-$ 40, Mobile purchased(2 nos)- $ 250 , Internet charges $ 32,.Care-Giver salary paid- $ 450. House rent paid- $ 990.

4)   Our kind Gratitude and Acknowledgements:

 i)    We are always Grateful to our most-respected-DONORS for your precious DONATIONS through GlobalGiving to ensure the lives of these children  !

 ii)    Similarly, we are also thankful to  you all beloved friends for your love and support with cash, foods, cloths stationery and accessories at our office  to ensure the lives of these children. 

 THANK YOU ALL!!

 

 Dear friends, from the love and support from all of you, our hopes are sprouting and getting encouragement to protect more needy children and run the orphanage sustainably. But, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and  highly increasing market prices of the basic necessities  day by day and rapidly increasing education costs,   it is being hard to provide the fundamental needs to our orphans and abandoned children. Your every donation is precious and will bring the significant changes on the life of these orphans and abandoned children. we look forward for your continuous support, encouragement and hoping that you will spread your kind  words to support on our Cause. These are also your own children. Before closing, we SDO members and all the children would like to extend our heartiest thanks to GlobalGiving Team, Our valued Donors and Supporters who have been supporting to our children!

 

Please take care and stay safe.

 

With kind gratitude !

New books and stationery makes children so happy.
New books and stationery makes children so happy.
Pemba,class-6 is measuring her Oxygen level.
Pemba,class-6 is measuring her Oxygen level.
Roshani happy with sacred thread at RakshyaBandhan
Roshani happy with sacred thread at RakshyaBandhan
Children maintaining garden themselves.
Children maintaining garden themselves.
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