In our new house we can take care of up to 60 children. Therefore we are urgently looking for new sponsors, who will support those children with 30€ per month or a one-time donation.
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The association Roots for Life lends support at the roots of children’s lives.
Roots for Life supports children and adolescents financially and materially and in this way makes it possible to improve their living conditions. This gives them the opportunity to assume responsibility for their lives and take control of their future.
The main focus of activities are projects related to education, medical care and vital infrastructure.
The success achieved by small impulses with apt project partners on site generates enthusiasm and motivates us to continue our efforts.
We appreciate the exceptional combination of committed individuals and socially responsible corporations. This is the key to our theme-related activities according to our members’ expectations in various countries.
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„Even the longest journey begins with the first step“ (chinese saying)
Juhu – the children finally arrived in the new house and in the new school. They still have their old blue uniforms but the new ones will arrive soon. The construction work starts slowly, there is a lot to plan and to find companies for the work. AMA (the woman in white) is a hinduistic(…)
Thanks to the generosity of the family Parajuli, the financial support from Roots for Life and the personal efforts of Menuka Thapa and Carola Gosch, the children have a new home. In the future up to 60 children will be able to live and heal there. Although the house is still located in Kathmandu, it(…)
On the occasion of the 106th International Women’s Day, Raksha Nepal family along with the Women Workers Protection Union Members joined a rally on 8 March 2016 . Many women-led organizations from different parts of Kathmandu were also present on this occasion. Carola Gosch, director of Roots for Life Austria had arrived Nepal on the(…)
Six months after our visit to the village Bhaisepati we went back to see what happened in that time. The people used the tins together with old material to put up a shelter for every family. The spaces for houses were prepared, the stones were stacked. Nobody has built anything yet, because there is a(…)
Raksha Nepal has drinking water – over the contact of the Networkers for Humanity we could contact the Gesinas foundation. They are supporting the production of sand filter in Nepal. So could Roots for Life buy one for the children. The children have illustrated THEIR Filter