New Home, Energy and Beginning of Organic Farm
December 05, 2014 – The shelter for orphan children built by TEAM Nepal with the cooperation from various organization and individuals donors has been on the final stage of it’s construction.
We believe this was a great success towards the sustainable home for children with in the fifth year of foundation of organization.
On this successful completion of project we want to remember Melanie Hennessy and DRAIOCHT group and volunteers from Ireland, Earth Garden Foundation and Alan Gray family from Australia, Deana Zabaldo Nancy Porten and Marvin/Linda from Changing Lives Nepal USA, OAO Volga Capital Russia, Aisling Neary for buying most of the house supplies recently, and so many individual helping hands to complete this project. We believe this is a great success towards the sustainability of the Little Angel’s Children Home. We have already completed basic construction of two big buildings, 2 kitchens, 2 outside toilet and showers. One of the each construction is completed with finalized painting last week and painting, fitting the windows glass, doors and final plastering work is being done at the other building.
We currently have 20 children and 3 full time staffs looking after them. A seven years girl from Bardiya was admitted into home on Dec 1, 2014 with the coordination of Social Welfare Council. As home is on the completion stage, the organic vegetables are growing and the portion of vegetable sustainability is on its way. Bananas and other fruits are also growing in our own land. We home to make our garden also a place to learn for the people of the area.
All of our children goes to the near by Terse Higher Secondary School, where TEAM Nepal is helping since its foundation for buildings, materials, scholarships and recently for security deposit to upgrade the school in +2 level.
Kira Kay with president Neel Bdr. Shahi also visited the bridge to Urleni School which was renovated by TEAM Nepal this year but was flooded away during this monsoon. We are supposed to again renovate the bridge as students are frequently falling from the bridge or meets with accidents while crossing the river.