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
Susmita, class-6 is studying with friends.
Susmita, class-6 is studying with friends.

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  4 January to 3 May 2021  as follows:

 The COVID-19 , Indian double mutant variant and UK variant are also detected in Nepal and hence, this second wave is spreading very fast to all age groups including children . In Kathmandu, the government announced the full locked down which will go into effect until 14, May. Nepal Health Ministry says situation is unmanageable as hospitals run out of beds. In last 24 hours , out of  16770 PCR tests, 7211 found Positive i.e. 43 % positivity cases and 27 deaths.

After 10 months of school closing, children were taking classes on school physically since almost 3 months. Unfortunately, spreading of second wave of COVID, government again announced the locked down. However, all the children are fine, safe  and staying at orphanage with protective measures.

 1)Educational progress of children: 

 Before locked down Children upto 5 classes have completed their 2nd Term Exam, but, children of upper classes could not attend the exam due to starting of  locked down . Similarly, children also could not get their result sheet of 1st Term exam too. Presently, they are self studying, guiding with care giver sister. Definitely, due to this critical situation , it will adversely effect on quality education to children.

 2) Others:.   

  • Pratikshya, class-4 was suffering from chest pain and respiratory difficulties. She is consulted to Dr. Bhusal at Green City Hospital. After medication, now she is fine.
  • Karishma, class-5 was suffering from pain on Right-Leg. She consulted Dr. Amin, Orthopedic Surgeon at Poly Clinic. After medication and using knee cap, now she is feeling better.
  • Sabita, class-2 suffered from Tonsillitis. After medication she is quite fine now.  
  • In the leisure time, the elder girls are practiced to cook foods on the close supervision of their care-giver sister Indira.
  • To be refreshed and for the recreation, children and care giver sister are maintaining kitchen garden growing spring/summer vegetables i.e. beans, pumpkin, coriander, maize, chenopodium etc. However, our kitchen garden  is supplying us fresh and organic vegetables in some extent. Beautiful roses and other flowers blooming representing spring season too.
  • Children celebrated Nepali-New-Year-2078, Holi eve and festivals with great joy.
  • we conducted the SDO Nepal’s regular meeting. Main decisions made are:

                * Taking M banking/E Banking services from bank.

                * Mr Prem  is appointed on vacant post of sub-secretary.

                * Salary increment of Care-Giver- Sister Indira.

                * Counseling given to all children and feedback taken from elder children.

   *. A huge and hearty THANK YOU and gratitude to all supporters.

 

-Financial status:

 

During this period we paid for food /water/ hygiene -$ 715. Medicines/ health cares- $ 25, Stationery/photocopy paid $ 21. School dress- $ 90, Books- $ 22, Electricity/ TV Cable/telephone/charges paid-$ 48, laptop maintenance- $ 35 , Internet charges $ 27,.Care-Giver salary paid- $ 370. House rent paid- $ 920.

5)   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 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 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 !                                              

Srijana, class-5 practicing cooking.
Srijana, class-5 practicing cooking.
Saraswati and Karisma celebrating Holi with colors
Saraswati and Karisma celebrating Holi with colors
During lockeddown children on self study at garden
During lockeddown children on self study at garden
Karishma is in consultation with Dr. on leg pain.
Karishma is in consultation with Dr. on leg pain.
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SABITA,class-2 received GPA: 3.52 ( 88 %) on Final
SABITA,class-2 received GPA: 3.52 ( 88 %) on Final

Dear friends,

Greetings. Happy New Year-2021.

 

 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 Sept to 4 January 2021 as follows:

 

1)Educational progress of children: 

 

Due to locked down , the school has not provided us the FINAL EXAM RESULT SHEET of children before. Recently, we received the Final Result Sheet from school. Indeed, we are boundless happy to share the result of children with YOU. The TOP-ACHIEVERS are:

 

* SABITA, class-1 received GPA- 3.52 (88 %)

*DOLMA, class-5 received GPA- 3.44 (86 %)

*SUSMITA, class-5 received GPA- 3.35 (83.75 %)

*PRATIKSHYA, class-3 received GPA- 3.20 (8O%)

*SRIJANA, class-4 received GPA- 3.10 (77.50 %)

*PEMBA, class-4 received GPA-2.84 ( 71 %)

*KARISHMA, class-4 received GPA- 2.83 (70.75 %)

 

Rest girls also received good results.

2) Others:

  • We have protected a new orphaned and abandoned 13 years old girl PRIYA, and is admitted at class-6 on Tilligatar secondary school where all our girls are studying. She is so happy and feeling secured having so many lovely  friends and is attending the online classes with other sisters.   
  • After 9 months, of course, quite long period , from 3 Jan, PRATIKSHYA and ROSHANI of class-4 and SABITA of class-2 are attending  their classes at school Considering all the protective measures for COVID. Till now, they were attending online classes. School is managing the safety measures and of course rest girls will also attend classes at their school soon. However. It all depends on COVID situation.
  • Children attended their 1st-Term-exam through online and are waiting for results.
  • In the leisure time, the elder girls are practiced to cook foods on the close supervision of their care-giver sister Indira.
  • To be refreshed and for the recreation, children and care giver sister are maintaining kitchen garden growing winter vegetables i.e. mustard leaf, radish, turnip, coriander, garlic, cauliflower, chayote etc. However, our kitchen garden  is supplying us fresh and organic vegetables in some extent. 
  • Children celebrated Dashain, Dipawali, Christmas, New-Year-2021 eve and festivals with great joy.

 

-Financial status:

 

During this period we paid for food /water/ hygiene -$ 641. Stationery/photocopy paid $ 50. Electricity/ TV Cable/telephone/ waste management charges paid-$ 147, Computer/laptop maintenance(hard wares/soft wares)- $ 140, Internet charges/ Wi-Fi devices purchased- $ 65, Organizational annual renew charges to government- $280, Audit fee/website renew fee-$ 110, Cloth/School fees/ furniture purchased- $123 .Care-Giver salary paid- $ 245. House rent paid- $ 690.

5)   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 price 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 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 !                                              

Children attending online classes at child home.
Children attending online classes at child home.
Pratiksya and Rosani of class-4 ready to school.
Pratiksya and Rosani of class-4 ready to school.
Merry Christmas wishes from children.
Merry Christmas wishes from children.
Children on traditional Nepali Dresses.
Children on traditional Nepali Dresses.
Pemba,class-5 harvesting Chayote (Iskus) vegetable
Pemba,class-5 harvesting Chayote (Iskus) vegetable
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Children happy with new books for new session.
Children happy with new books for new session.

Dear friends,

Namaste and Greetings,

It’s our great pleasure to share with you all friends the Quarterly progress report of SDO-Nepal’s child-home-orphanage for the duration of  14 May to 7 September, 2020 as follows:

 Conducted  Activities :

1)We are always grateful to you all our respected  friends for your love, blessings support and always inspiring  to us and to these kids and raising the ray of hopes. THANK YOU for making us survive !!

2)You all know well, now, the world is fighting with a pandemic disease COVID-19. In this difficult situation, we extend our love and positive vibes wishing of speedy recovery to all the lovely people and families around the world.
Nepal is also suffering from the COVID-19 and till to date, there are 47236  infected cases and 300  deaths resulting from COVID-19  in Nepal.

Fortunately, all the SDO children and families are safe . Some children were sent with their relatives before locked down. Rest children are staying inside child home with care giver sister. They are busy on studying,  watching TV, Playing  games and maintaining  garden during these holidays. We have stocked the sanitizer, soaps , food stuffs, first aid medicines, groceries as per our requirement. They are strongly instructed to maintain hygienic and safety.

3) It is still uncertain that when the school re opens. However, school have provided new books to those children who are available right now. Rest children will receive school books after their arrivals at child home when the locked down ended. Children are continuing their online/distance studies through various TV channels and themselves.

4) A Team from Women and Children Section of Tokha Municipality supervised/monitored the orphanage and its ongoing activities and aspects of management, financial status, hygiene , record keeping i.e. personal records, medical status and educational status of each children. The Team appreciated our works .

Thank you to all  respected madams  for visiting orphanage and providing worthy suggestions.

5) We also THANKS to  respected sir and madams from National Child Rights Council Nepal (NCRC) for your  quarries and providing worthy  suggestions.

6) We have managed a small kitchen garden within our yard. Children also enjoyed and  actively participated to manage garden and hence we just sowed the seeds of  mustard leaf, radish, turnip and corriander. Rainy season's vegetables are almost over and green soyabean pods are harvesting now.

 Financial status:

During this period we paid for food /water/ hygiene/medical/accessories -$ 300 . Electricity paid-$ 66, Stationery paid $ 10. Telephone/ TVCable charges paid-$ 76. . Care-Giver salary paid- $ 320. House rent paid- $ 920.

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 price 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 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. Namaste !

 

With kind gratitude !    

Susmita, class-6 studying during locked-down.
Susmita, class-6 studying during locked-down.
Winter vegetables seed sown on our kitchen garden.
Winter vegetables seed sown on our kitchen garden.
Saraswati class-9 is happily harvesting soybean.
Saraswati class-9 is happily harvesting soybean.
Orphanage supervision from Tokha Municipality Team
Orphanage supervision from Tokha Municipality Team
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Pratikshya and Roshani class-3 received 94.25%
Pratikshya and Roshani class-3 received 94.25%

Dear friends,

Namaste and Greetings,

It’s our great pleasure to share with you all friends the Quarterly progress report of SDO-Nepal’s child-home-orphanage for the duration of 21 January to 14 May,2020 as follows:

 

You all know well, now, the world is fighting with a pandemic disease COVID-19. So many families and people around the world have lost their loved ones and there are many cases of infected as well as fortunate ones of recovered from this disease. In this difficult situation, we extend our love and positive vibes  wishing of speedy recovery to all the lovely people and families around the world.
In Nepal, till to date, there are 246 infected cases of COVID-19 and happy to share that there is no any death in Nepal.

All the SDO children and families are safe . Some children were sent with their relatives before locked down. Rest children are staying inside child home with care giver sister studying,  watching TV, Playing  games and maintaining  garden during these holidays. We have stocked the sanitizer, soaps , food stuffs, first aid medicines, groceries as per our requirement. They are strongly instructed to maintain hygienic and safety.

 

1)Educational progress of children: 

 

Children have received the OUTSTANDING and Excellent Result in 3rd  -TERM-EXAM  of Feb. The TOP ACHIEVERS are:


 *  PRATIKSHYA, class-3 GPA: 3.77( 94.25 % )
 *   ROSHANI, class-3 GPA: 3.77( 94.25 %)
 *  SABITA, class-1 GPA: 3.47 ( 86.75 %)
 *  DOLMA, class-5 GPA: 3.44 ( 86 %)
 *  SRIJANA, class-4 GPA: 3.44 ( 86 %)
 *  SUSMITA, class-5 GPA: 3.28 ( 82 %)
 *  PEMBA, class-4 GPA : 3.16 ( 79 % )
 *  KARISHMA, class-4 GPA: 3.08 ( 77 %)

Rest girls also received good results.

 

  • Children are waiting for  the results of  FINAL EXAM. It is being delayed due to COVID-19.

 

2) Others:

  • PRIYA, class-10 is awarded with MEDAL on winning the 1st-Position on Volleyball-Competition at school through Green House.
  • Dr. Swekchha  has conducted the regular health check up to all children at child-home. Dr advised us that all the children are in good health. THANK YOU Dr for your support.
  • Children celebrated Nepali New-Year-2077 and Mother’s Day eve and festivals with great joy.
  • Due to the COVID-19 situation, school is closed since months and it may still prolonged. Children are maintaining garden as a part of their recreation.

Financial status:

During this 4 months of period we paid for food /water/ hygiene -$ 650. Tution fee /stationery paid $ 70. Electricity/ TV Cable charges paid-$ 37. Medicines-$10. Care-Giver and Tution Teacher’s salary paid- $ 520. House rent paid- $ 920.

 

5)   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 price 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 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 !                                              

Children happy with vegetables they produced.
Children happy with vegetables they produced.
Dr. Swekchha on regular health checkup to children
Dr. Swekchha on regular health checkup to children
Priya,class-10 received MEDAL on Volleyball Compet
Priya,class-10 received MEDAL on Volleyball Compet
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DOLMA, class-5 awarded with MEDAL on English-Essay
DOLMA, class-5 awarded with MEDAL on English-Essay

Dear friends,

Namaste and Greetings,

It’s our great pleasure to share with you all friends the Quarterly progress report of SDO-Nepal’s child-home-orphanage for the duration of 21 October,2019 to 16 January 2020 as follows:

 

1)                   Our story:

"Drastic changes happened only in the 7 months of period at ROSHANI's life" ! .Its just seven months of Roshani's arrival at SDO-orphanage. On her arrival, she could not pronounce the English words and solve the  math too. However, in the 2nd-TERM-EXAM RESULT of class-3 conducted on Dec,  Roshani received GPA: 3.66(91.50 %) out of 4.00. She is well disciplined, industrious and friendly.

ROSHANI, was born at the family suffering from extreme poverty. Her father was severely affected from Paralysis for many years without any movement and also DIED 1 year ago due to this disease . Again the more dark days started on ROSHANI’s life when her mother re-married and went to next village after the death of her father, leaving her 7 children un-cared and un-looked after . We can imagine the life of ROSHANI how she herself and her 7-siblings survived for existence. Seeing the worst condition of these children, villagers gave them some food, some gave used clothes . You all know well, giving like this was not regular , so these children always survived working as a labor whatever the work they find at their village”.

 

2)Achievements:

 

a)Educational progress of children: 

 

Children have received the OUTSTANDING and EXCELLENT Result in 2nd -TERM-EXAM  of Dec. The TOP-5 ACHIEVERS are:


* PRATIKSHYA,  class-3, GPA: 3.71 (92.75 %)
*ROSHANI,        class-3, GPA: 3.66 ( 91.50 %)
*DOLMA,           class-5, GPA: 3.44 ( 86.00 %)
*SUSMITA,        class-5, GPA: 3.35 ( 83.75 %)
*SRIJANA,         class-4, GPA: 3.29 (82.25 %)

 

Rest girls also received good results in this exam.

b) Extra Curricular Activities:

* DOLMA, Class-5 is awarded with MEDAL on ENGLISH-ESSAY-COMPETITION.

* PEMBA, class-4 is awarded with MEDAL on DANCE-COMPETITION.

* SRIJANA, class-4 participated on stage dance show during parent’s day function.

* DOLMA and SUSMITA of class-5 received 2nd and 3rd- PRIZE respectively and are awarded with copy and pen.

* SARASWATI,class-8 participated on observation tour to Nagarkot Tourism area. And  DURGA, class-7 is participated on observation tour to Narayan hiti Museum and Changunarayan Temple areas.

* Similarly, SRIJANA, KARISHMA, PEMBA, DOLMA, SUSMITA,  ROSHANI, PRATIKSHYA and SABITA participated on Educational tour and PICNIC at Nilbarahi, Bhaktapur.

 3) Others:

  • Respected maam SUNITA and MINA from National Child Rights Council/ GoV of Nepal  supervised the orphanage  on all ongoing  activities i.e. personal records, medical records, educational records of children, renewal and constitutional status of organization, income-expenditures, hygienic and tidiness status of hostel, kitchen, bathrooms and surroundings as well as hot water, water supply along with entertainment and recreation of children. They advised us all the indicators are fulfilled  at SDO as per the rules and regulations by Nepal government. 
  • The winter in Kathmandu is freezing cold. Hence, we installed the GAS-GYESER  for hot-water at orphanage.
  • PRATIKSHYA,class-3 celebrated her 10th-BIRTHDAY at orphanage.
  • Winter vegetables radish, mustard leaves, turnip etc are growing well on child managed kitchen garden.
  • Children celebrated New year-2020, Christmas, Dashain, Dipawali, Rakshyabandhan, Teej, Maghe Sakranti feast and festivals with great joys.

4) Financial status:

During this 3 months of period we paid for food /water purchased/ hygiene -$ 300. School dress purchased- $ 35. Tution fee paid $ 40. Children’s educational tour and picnic expenses paid- $ 50. Electricity charges paid-$ 51. Care-Giver and Tution Teacher’s salary paid- $ 338. House rent paid- $ 690. Garbage/waste mgmt. paid-$ 35. Gas Geyser purchased-$ 90.

5)   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 price 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 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!

 With kind gratitude !

ROSHANI,class-3 pretty happy with her 91.5% MARKS
ROSHANI,class-3 pretty happy with her 91.5% MARKS
Children wishing MERRY-CHRISTMAS to all supporters
Children wishing MERRY-CHRISTMAS to all supporters
PEMBA,class-4 is awarded with MEDAL on DANCE.
PEMBA,class-4 is awarded with MEDAL on DANCE.
SRIJANA,class-4 ready for dance on Parent's-Day
SRIJANA,class-4 ready for dance on Parent's-Day
Children celebrated DIPAWALI (bhai tika) festival.
Children celebrated DIPAWALI (bhai tika) festival.
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