Our Dhading project got scaled down now as there are not so many children in the district that need emergency support, which is fantastic. We are working with one children's home over there and are employing one member of staff to manage any urgent cases together with the local government.
One of the recent children that needed our support was a street boy from Dhading. We looked after him for a few weeks in Dhading and tried placing him with a children's home in that area as he has no parents and no home to go to. Unfortunately, all homes in the Dhading district refused to accept him so the authorities gave us permission to move him to our children's home in Birgunj. He has now started going to school with the other boys and all of them accepted him as their new brother.
Little Dil Bahadur spent a long time on the streets so it will take some time for him to adjust to routine, school, healthy food and all the fun with the other boys. But he is doing very well so far and started to feel like at home already!
We are working closely with the authorities to assist any children in Dhading that need emergency assistance (and their families). We will be evaluating the project again in January 2018 and we will decide if to scale down more or to expand - depending on the need for such services.
And a massive thank you to all for your amazing support - as a volunteer run organisation, it means so much to us. All donations are going directly towards supporting the children that need us here.
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