All posts in: "Street Children"

  1. Dental Camp by Shenpen

    On 17th and 19th of February, 2015, Purobi Philips and her husband Dobb, the President of KIDS (Kids International Dental Services) made several field visits with Shenpen Project Coordinator Anamika Aryal, to conduct a free mobile dental camp with children at government schools. Purobi and Dobb also investigated various other…

  2. Wrapped in Warmth for the Holidays

    This holiday season Shenpen donated 50 warm blankets as well as winter wear through NYANO SANSAR which is distributing these items with coordination from the Nepal Police to people living in slums and the rural Terrai. Every year hundreds of children and elderly who are living in southern part of Nepal,…

  3. Meet with street boys of Boudha

    On September, 2014 I had a drop in visit to observe the street boys of Boudha having breakfast. I was accompanied by two other volunteers from Rangjung Yeshe Institute Sarah Evers, Matthew Spitter We had a great time with the boys. The boys are always friendly and they enjoyed taking…

  4. Medical Camp for Street boys of Boudha

    On June 15th a general health check up was performed on 7 seven boys from ages 10 to 16 that are living on the streets of Boudhanath. Almost all of these boys have run away from home and have been living on the streets for as long as 6 years.…

  5. A Magic Show by Andreu

    The Papa’s Home children were entertained by Spanish magician ‘Magic Andreu’. Performing a variety of sleight-of-hand magic tricks, he had the children enthralled from start to finish! It was a magical moment, full of excitement and happiness for the children. Bigger boys were excited and curious to learn the tricks…

  6. Holi Celebration at Papa’s home

    Children of Papa’s home enjoying ‘Holi’ which is a Hindu celebration known as the festival of color that celebrates the incoming spring. Colored water is squirted on passers-by, and people are dunked into muddy water. Many people consume bhang, an intoxicating drink made from the female cannabis plant. Social barriers…

  7. Picnic at Godawari

    On Saturday February 22, 2014 we had a dry picnic started at 12:00 from Sanepa to the Godawari. It was around half an hour bus ride from Sanepa to the picnic spot. Kids were involved on different activities while on the bus, some were playing instruments and others were singing…

  8. Winter Wear for Street Children of Boudha

    In Nepal during the winter, nights can get quite chilly, generally dipping to the freezing temperature, December and January is peak season for winter and the winter life in the street is very painful. Thus to protect the street children from severing cold a small attempt was made by Shenpen…