Raksha Nepal – further renovating of new children’s house on its way

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Finally, all construction and project approvals are ready and the work has started. Those children who are taken care of by Raksha Nepal have been living in a new house, formerly used as a hotel, since May 2016. Refurbishing and reconstructing won’t be finished until May 2017. The next steps will be the restoration of the children’s rooms, the dining room’s and kitchen’s roof, the installation of security doors, the repair of pipes and water damage. In the outdoor area, an old waterhole must also be closed in order to ensure the safety of the children. All this work would not be possible without our sponsors – especially Networker for Humanity. Carola Gosch, intermediator of Roots for Life, was able to fix the last details and accompanied the start during her trip to Nepal in autumn 2016.

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