With the help of a jeep, we organize patient transports in the Tamang Heritage Region and enable people from remote mountain villages to access medical care at local health facilities. In addition to regular patient transports, the jeep is used for emergency transports on request. Furthermore, we support the hospital in Dhunche and the Healthpost in
Syaphru Besi by purchasing and financing medical equipment and supplies.
On 01 May 2019 opens our children's home in Khamjin, Nepal. The children's home currently has capacity for eight children, with expansion planned soon. It is open for orphans,
half-orphans and children who cannot attend the local school because the distance to school is too long. The school is about a ten-minute walk from the children's home. The children are between five and ten years old and attend classes grades one to five.
The children's home is
under a female and male dual leadership and employs a cook and foster mother as well as an English teacher. The latter is also responsible for
English lessons at the school. Through the children's home we enable
children, who otherwise would not be able to attend school, access to education. Since
the school was attended by only about six children, we are able to more than double the number of students through the children's home.
In addition to the dormitories and common rooms, the children's home has a classroom and study room with two computers.
These are equipped with learning programs in English and Nepali,
so that the children can also learn outside of school hours.