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Oct 15

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new Snehalaya project film

Children without Future? Andreas Fachner documents the life of street children in Guwahati and our help for them.

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May 15

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Relief support reached Bhandar, Nepal Earthquake

Letter from the president of FRADS, Anup Shrestha to our team: “Dear all, As we all know, the recent incident that happened in Nepal is of epic proportion. Although we all knew Nepal is at very high risk of such earthquake(s), we as a nation were least prepared for it. From the day it began, […]

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May 15

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Kinderhouse and schools badly damaged

Now we are certain – the team and the children at the kinderhouse are safe and sound. But the damages are devastating. Maybe we can repair something, but as shown in the picture, the damage of the buildings is beyond remedy.

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May 15

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Blankets, tarpaulins and medication on their way to Bhandar

I could reach Anup per phone just now. He stated: Still, we don’t receive a lot of information from Bhandar, but the first power lines could be re-erected. We hope that we can call them any time soon. There weren’t too many casualties but severe destruction. We could purchase blankets, tarps and medication with the […]

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Apr 15

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Relief campaign for Bhandar begins

Dear all Thanks for ur concern, the situation is still not settled down and everyone is worried. In Kathmandu all old houses are collapsed and till now more than 6000 person found dead. All the kinderhouse family are safe. One houses at kinderhouse is highly damaged and other is partially effected. In Bhandar and Those […]

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Apr 15

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Father Jijo reports from Sindhupalchok, few kilometer in the west of Bhandar

On 29th Morning our relief team had gone to a district called Sindhupalchok, where more than 1400 people had lost their lives and a number of houses collapsed. We the relief team started our journey from our institute by our vehicle to the destination followed by a truck and an open jeep loaded with food provisions and […]

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