All posts by: "Suchan Budha"

  1. Making a difference during crisis

    It is generally the poorest that are the most vulnerable to pandemic. The disease doesn’t remain just a health issue. With the virus continuing to rise we are now facing unprecedented heath, economic, social and psychological catastrophe. In poor countries, the situation is too terrible to fully comprehend. Nepal is…

  2. Menstrual Health Training

    Girls miss school every month due to menstruation because bathrooms at school are inadequate and hygiene products are scarce. Second after household work, menstruation is problematic for Nepalese girls education. Women spend around six to seven years of their lives menstruating yet menstrual health management (MHM) is almost non-existent. Menstrual health is…

  3. Awareness Program at School

     Sneha’s Care organized a School Awareness Program on Rabies (an often fatal disease here in Nepal) and its effective prevention at 15 different schools in Kathmandu in collaboration with Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen and Chance for Nepal (UK). In total, twenty one sessions were conducted in the 15 different schools of Kathmandu…

  4. The Inhumane Methods of Transporting Water Buffalo:

    Sneha Shrestha and her organization, Sneha’s Care, have created a film that highlights the inhumane methods used in transporting water buffalo from India to Nepal. The film is called, Live Animal Transportation, and it shows the horrific conditions and torture that the animals face while being transported lengthy distances, as…

  5. Vaccination Campaign 2018 With Sneha’s Care

    During the recent anti-rabies and distemper vaccination campaign, our project partner, Sneha’s Care, vaccinated 1,050 dogs in Godavari. More precisely, all the dogs living in Wards 3, 10, 11, and 12 at Thecho, Chapagaun, Bajrabarahi, Godavari Bus Park, Taukhel, Thaiba and Bandegaun were, without exception, vaccinated. During the vaccination project,…

  6. Clothes for little ones

    All the students at Mitra Aadharbhut Vidhalaya were extremely delighted to receive the lovely clothes donated to them from Hong Kong and the UK. A big thank you to all our compassionate friends of Shenpen ─ those living in Hong Kong and Kevin, from the UK ─ for taking their…

  7. Padam Kumari and her Activities

      Padam Kumari is 81 years old. She has been living at the Old Age Home since shortly after Nepal’s devastating earthquakes of 2015. In her old age, Padam had lived for a while with her son’s family, but her son often ignored her needs and the elderly woman fell…

  8. New mother at Mata Tirtha Old Age Home:

    Recently, locals noticed a Nepali woman spending day and night laying listlessly around the grounds of the Machyanarayan Temple. Despite the fact that she appeared weak, impoverished, unwell, and homeless, a few thoughtless people became annoyed and tried to chase her away. More compassionate members of the surrounding community reached…