Thank you Dhruba. We are delighted to continue our support to the Shree Secondary School in Chitwan with their Tiffin Programme.🥰

We are delighted to continue our support in funding the Tiffin Programme at MAV. The school has a special place in my heart as I have visited it on many occasions over the years and have seen first hand how important the Tiffin programme is for the children and their parents. Thank you Suchan ...(Shenpen) for sharing and monitoring this programme. Most of all, thank you CHANCE supporters, your donations fund this project and many others. ❤️

We are delighted to support WCS (Women's Cooperative Society) 4-day workshop in elementary vegetable skills training. This being our 18th year of support to WCS. We aim to fund up to three trainings per year, 2 elementary and 1 advanced. Thank you to SHENPEN our longest term partner on the... ground in Nepal who monitor this project. Great photos Suchan (Shenpen), thank you .

Congratulations to the winners in the June draw for CHANCE 100 which was drawn this morning.
1st Fran Breslin - £120
2nd Dave Bradshaw - £80
3rd Dinah Dwyer - £50
Enjoy! I am delighted to say we have finally reached 100 members 🙏😍. Long may it last!

BVS (Burns Violence Survivors) report for May on the burns unit at the Kanti Children’s Hospital in Kathmandu. There were 11 children on the ward. 40 counselling sessions and 51 physiotherapy sessions along with 17 Goody bags were given. Each patient receives a weekly nutritious food basket, 40 ...baskets were given out during May. There were a further 8 counselling sessions and 50 physiotherapy sessions given at the Teaching Hospital close by. CHANCE for NEPAL funds all of the above.

Ruksana is 18 months old and lives with her parents in the district of Saptari, 350 kms from Kathmandu. Her father is a driver and mother a housewife. Ruksana suffered between 10-15%, 2nd degree burns to her chest, tummy, back and neck. She underwent a debridement and a skin graft. Her mother had gone to a jewellery shop to order an ornament, and had Ruksana in her arms when she was speaking with the shop owner. Ruksana suddenly grabbed a bottle of liquid off the counter and the chemical inside spilt over her body. She was rushed by ambulance to Dharan Koirala Hospital where she stayed for two days, due to the lack of burns facilities she had to make the arduous journey by public bus - 375km, to the Kanti Children’s Hospital. Her father stayed with her in hospital. After 27 days she, had recovered sufficiently to make the long journey home.

Kamala is aged 7 and lives with her parents in Kathmandu. Her father works on the land and mother is a housewife. Her father had prepared tea for Kamala and the mug slipped from her hands and spilled over her. She suffered 7%, 1st degree burns to her thighs. Her father applied tomatoes and took her a nearby pharmacy where she was given painkillers and ointment. She was then transferred to the burns unit at the Kanti. After 25 days she was discharged back home.

Parbati is 8 months old and comes from the Salyan district which lies 185kms from Kathmandu. Her father runs a shop selling gold and her mother is a farmer. Parbati and her elder brother were inside the house whilst her mother was outside digging up potatoes. Parbati was asleep on the bed and her brother was playing with a lighter next to her. Suddenly the bed sheet caught alight and spread to where Parbati was sleeping. Fortunately, her brother escaped injury. Her mother came rushing into the house and poured cold water over the burn area and applied aloe-vera. She rushed her to a nearby first aid treatment centre and they advised her to go to the district hospital. She was admitted for two days but due to lack of burn facilities she was referred to Nepalguni Medical college by ambulance which was 185kms away where she received dressings only. After 7 days her wounds became infected and only then was she brought to the Kanti burns unit by public bus , 712kms away. She suffered 15%, 2nd and 3rd degree burns to her left leg and foot, elbow and fingers. She is undergoing treatment.

Basanti is 14 months old and lives in Kathmandu in a rented room with her parents. Her father is a lecturer in an army hospital and her mother a lab technician. Her parents were busy with household chores and Basanti was with her grandmother in the kitchen. Her grandmother switched on the electric jug to boil water whilst she tided the kitchen. The jug had a long cord, and Basanti who was playing underneath the work top pulled on the cord and the jug toppled over with the hot water spilling onto her right leg, both feet and right hand. Her grandmother called the parents and poured cold water over the area. She suffered 8% 2nd degree burns, and is still undergoing treatment.

One cannot imagine the struggle for those children and their parents who live vast distances from the capital at times like this. Having to go by public bus to get the best treatment as in two of the cases above, and only babies , would have taken many hours.

All names changed for protection and parents gave their permission.

Each year CHANCE donates £1,000 to BVS for emergency care, this is sometimes used to help parents return back to their village. Or it may be used to provide medicines for parents who cannot afford to pay.
Our support to BVS over the past 16 years is only possible by your generosity to CHANCE. I cannot thank all our supporters enough. 🙏❤️

We are delighted to continue our support to the MAV school. In total we funded 63 t-shirts and track suits. Suchan (Shenpen) who regularly monitors this and other projects CHANCE supports at MAV said the children and their parents were so happy and loved their new uinform..
We also fund a ...daily Tiffin meal at this school 🙏😍

Sneha's Care are coming to end of the rabies vaccinations this week. Chance funded 1200 vaccinations in total. Our fifth year of support. 💕

It is our pleasure Shenpen to support Sneha’s Care again this year, they do great work. Thank you for monitoring this programme for CHANCE, great photos Suchen ❤️

BVS (Burns Violence Survivors) report for April on the burns unit at the Kanti Children’s Hospital in Kathmandu. There were 15 children on the ward, 36 counselling sessions and 38 physiotherapy sessions along with 20 Goody bags were given. Each patient receives a weekly nutritious food basket. ...There were a further 35 counselling sessions and 70 physiotherapy sessions given at the Teaching Hospital close by. CHANCE for NEPAL funds all of the above.

Mahesh is aged 7 and lives with his parents in Bagmati, 30kms from Kathmandu. His father works as a farmer and mother is housewife. Nirnal was on his way back home on the back of a motorbike with his cousin when accidentally his foot touched the silencer of the bike which burnt his leg. He suffered 2%, 3rd degree burn to his right foot. Immediately his cousin and took him to a nearby medical shop where he received first aid treatment and he informed Nirnal’s parents what had happened. After receiving first aid, he returned home. After 9days his wound became infected and he was brought to Kanti Children’s Hospital for further treatment. He made a good recovery and has now been discharged.

Saroj is 13 months old and from the Nuwakot District,which lies 82 kms from Kathmandu. He lives with his parents. His father runs a water company and mother is a housewife. Saroj was with his mother at his uncle’s house. His grandmother was looking after him while his mother did chores. She had made tea which she placed on a table. Saroj was playing around the table and accidentally grabbed the hot cup of tea which spilled over his body. He was severely burnt and suffered 10% , 2nd degree burns to chest and right arm. Immediately his grandmother applied aleo vera on the burnt area and his mother took him to a nearby pharmacy where he received dressing, pain killers and medicine. After 3 days, his wounds became infected and he was brought to Kanti Children’s Hospital for further treatment. He recovered well and after 11 days was discharged.

Purmala is 9 months old and lives with her parents in the district of Rolpa which is 150kms from Kathmandu. Her father is a labourer and mother a housewife. Hema and her mother were asleep on the floor near an open fire used for keeping warm and cooking on. The fire had died down. Purmala woke up and managed to roll too close to the fire and her foot was severely burnt. Her mother quickly woke up hearing her cry out. Her mother rushed her t a medical centre where Purmala received first aid treatment, and returned home. After 5 days, her wounds became infected and she her mother took her by taxi to a district hospital an hour away. Due to the lack of burn facilities they advised she went to the burns unit at the Kanti Children’s Hospital 150kms away. This journey was made by bus. Purmala suffered 5%, 2nd degree burns to her foot and toes. She needed a debridement; a skin graft and two toes were amputated. She is still undergoing treatment.

Purnima aged 3years lives with her parents in the district of Korthi. Both her parents are farmers. Purnima’s mother was out in the field doing agricultural work and her husband was at home. He had prepared fodder for the cattle and had placed it on the floor to let it cool while he did household chores. Purnima was playing nearby, and accidentally tumbled into the hot vessel of fodder. She got severely burnt. She suffered 10% burns to her stomach, thighs and foot Her father took her to Chautari Hospital a two hour walk away where she received the first-aid treatment. She was then sent by bus to Bheri Hospital 318kms away where she was admitted. Due to the lack of burn care unit, the next day, she was referred to Kanti Children’s Hospital, a total of 934kms away by micro- bus! One cannot imagine the horrendous journey the mother and daughter had to endure to get the right treatment. She is recovering well.

Sabin is 18months old and he lives with his parents in Bagmati. Her father is an electrician and mother a housewife. His father was at work and Sabin was with his mother playing in the kitchen whilst she was doing chores. She had boiled a pot of water and placed it on the kitchen rack, then went to pick it up and it slipped from her hands and onto Sabin. The mother rushed Sabin to nearby Primary Health Care Centre where he received saline, medicines and pain killers. The next day, an ambulance took them to the burns unit at the Kanti. Sabin suffered 15-20%, 2nd degree burns to the groin area and both legs. He is undergoing treatment.

Massive thanks to the BVS team for all they do.
Permission was given by the parents and all names changed for protection.

Our fifth year of supporting 1200 anti rabies vaccinations = £1,000 with the brilliant organisation Sneha's Care which was established in 2014 by Sneha Shrestha to protect street and community dogs from torture and cruelty.

Each year in Nepal, approximately 16,000 people are treated ...for dog bites and up to 200 die an excruciatingly painful death from rabies, most of them children, with up to 500 animal deaths. Vaccinating dogs is the most cost- effective strategy for preventing rabies in people. Sneha is an exceptional young woman who dedicates her life to the wellbeing of animals.
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CHANCE for NEPAL
Thank you BVS (Burns Voilence Survivors) for your monthly report to CHANCE.

There were 9 children on the burns unit during March. There were 35 physiotherapy sessions and 23 counselling sessions (for patient and family members. Physiotherapy and counselling are ...funded by CHANCE.

Bhakta is aged 2 and lives in Kathmandu with his parents. His father is a builder and mother a housewife. Bhakta’s mother was preparing noodle soup and had left it on the floor to cool whilst busy with household chores. Bhakta was playing nearby and accidently pulled some hot noodles from the pot. This caused a burn to his left hand. His mother immediately put his hand under running cold water and then took him to a nearby pharmacy who told her to take him to the burns Unit at the Kanti Children’s Hospital. He suffered 2%, 1st degree burns to his left palm. He stayed for 9 days and was then discharged.

Gyan is 9 months and lives with his parents in Dharding, 40kms from Kathmandu. His father recently lost his job after working in a metal shop. The family had no income coming in Gyan was with his parents at home. His father was doing household chores and his mother was cleaning. His father had put acid in a bottle which was used to polish metal and Gyan crawled and grabbed the bottle of acid which spilled out over him. He sustained a severe chemical burn. His father rushed him to a medical centre for treatment and on the same day he was transferred to the burns unit at the Kanti. He suffered 7%, 1st degree burns to his bottom and left leg.

Krishna is aged 4 and comes from the Dang Region. His father is a migrant worker in Dubai and his mother a housewife and looks after her three children. After preparing animal fodder, Krishna’s mother put it on the floor to cool before feeding it to the cattle. Meanwhile, she got busy preparing food for her family. Krishna came running inside the kitchen and accidentally fell into the hot big vessel of fodder. He got severely burnt. His mother poured cold water on the burnt area and immediately took him to a nearby health post where he received first-aid treatment. He was then sent by car to Tulashipur Anchal Hospital where he received some ointments and sent by ambulance to Bheri Hospital, a 4-hour journey away. Because of the severity of the burn he was then sent by helicopter, a 45-minute journey, to the burns unit at the Kanti. This took 9 hours before he reached the Kanti!
He suffered 19%, 2nd degree burns on his tummy, groin and left leg and stayed for 13 days on the burns unit before being discharged. Somehow this family had to find the funds for the ambulance and helicopter for their son! He recovered well enough to make the long journey home to Dang which is in the East of Nepal.

Rajan is 10 months old and lives in Kathmandu. His father is a driver and mother a housewife. Rajan was with his mother in the house and her father was at work. His mother was boiling water in an electric kettle which was placed on the floor to boil. Rajan was crawling and grabbed the cord of the kettle and the hot water spilled on to both his legs. His mother took him to a nearby pharmacy where he received first aid treatment. On the same day, he was referred to Kanti Children’s Hospital for further treatment. Her is currently undergoing treatment.

Ritu is 3 years old and lives in a rented room with her mother in Kathmandu. Her father is unemployed and has not been living with the family for the past 5 months. Ritu was with her mother at her uncle’s house and was being looked after by her grandmother who was boiling milk in an electric kettle which was on a table. Ritu accidently pushed on the table and the kettle toppled over and the hot milk fell onto her. She got severely burnt. Her grandmother immediately applied aloe-vera and ointment on the wounded area and she was immediately taken to Kanti Children’s Hospital for further treatment. She suffered 10%, 2nd degree burns to both legs. She has now been discharged.

Permission was given and all names have been changed for protection.

Thank you to the team at BVS who visit the ward every week to deliver the food hampers and give the goody bags out to all the children. They also arrange for the counselling and physiotherapy sessions on the burns unit and much more…....

We are funding a Tiffin lunch programme at Shree Mitra Adharbhut Vidhyalaya (MAV) School, now in its 7th year. We also fund story books and water for the water tank so the children can wash their hands. Shenpen, our partner organisation on the ground in Nepal monitors this programme. Thank you ...Suchan (of Shenpen) for sharing your latest visit to the school. 😀

CONGRATULATIONS to the winners in the April draw of the CHANCE 100 Club which was drawn this morning.

1st - Carole Dudley - £120
2nd - Christine Warburton - £80
3rd - Katrina McDonald - £50
Enjoy!

We currently have 97 members.

We are delighted to share this post from Bimala the founder of the Nima Academy School which Chance for Nepal supports. A very special place. 🙏 Read her lovely message - the value of loving kindness.

Congratulations to the winners of the CHANCE 100 draw which took place this morning. Enjoy!

1st - Lindsey Slater - £120
2nd - Lucy Evans - £80
3rd - Bonnie Dodson - £50

Many thanks for your continued support.

During the month of February, Burns Violence Survivors (BVS) delivered 25 food baskets, 5 good bags, 72 sessions of physiotherapy, (some of these were at the Teaching Hospital) next to the Kanti and 49 sessions of counselling all funded by Chance.

Dhoj is aged two and lives with his ...parents and sister in Bagmati, 150kms from Kathmandu. His father is a driver and mother a housewife. He suffered 8%, 2nd degree burns to his chest, groin and thighs. His mother had boiled water to bathe him and placed the hot vessel on the floor to cool. Dhoj was playing nearby and fell into the hot water and got severely burnt. Immediately, his mother took him to a nearby Health Post where he received first aid treatment. After 3 days, his wounds became infected and his parents took him to the burns unit at the Kanti Children’s Hospital and undergoing treatment.

Ganga is aged 3 and an only child and lives with her mother in the district of Lamjung. Her father is a labourer working in India. Ganga’s mother had prepared animal fodder for their cow and had put aside to cool. Ganga was playing nearby and accidently fell into the hot fodder and got severely burnt. She suffered 10%, 2nd degree burns to her thigh and feet. Her mother rushed her to a nearby health post a few minutes away where she received first aid treatment and was referred to the burns unit at the Kanti by taxi where she is undergoing treatment.

Pemba Tamang is a 13 years old boy from the district of Kavre, 40 kms from Kathmandu. He suffers from epilepsy. He studied in Grade 6. His parents work as farmers. He was at home alone and warming himself in front of an open fire. He felt faint and fell into the open fire. He suffered 3%, 2nd degree burns to his calf down to his heel. His mother rushed home and applied tomatoes onto the burnt area. Pema stayed at home for a week but his wounds became infected and he was brought to the Kanti where he is undergoing treatment.

Bharat is aged 3 and lives with his parents and 4 siblings in Sindhupalchowk, in the district of Karve, 40kms from Kathmandu. His parents are farmers and rely on subsistence farming for their livelihood. Bharat was playing around his mother when he accidently fell in hot fodder for their cattle. He suffered 7%, 2nd degree burns to his face, neck, chest and upper arm. His mother immediately applied aloe vera over the burnt area. After 2 hours, he was rushed to a nearby medical centre for a dressing. Due to lack of burn care, and because his face became very swollen, his father called for an ambulance and he was rushed him to Kanti Hospital for further treatment.

All names have been changed for protection and permission was given by the parents.

Sneha's Care was established in 2014 by animal advocate Sneha Shrestha to protect street and community dogs from torture, cruelty or ill treatment of any kind.

Each year in Nepal, approximately 16,000 people are treated for dog bites and up to 200 die an excruciatingly painful death ...from rabies, most of them children, with up to 500 animal deaths.
Our 5th year of support to this excellent organisation where we will fund 1200 anti rabies vaccinations. Vaccinating dogs is the most cost- effective strategy for preventing rabies in people. Sneha is an exceptional young woman who dedicates her life to the wellbeing of animals.

Enjoy this short video of the centre filmed last week.

Here is the monthly report for January from BVS-Nepal ( Burns Violence Survivors). There were 12 children on the burns unit during January - 21 nutritional food baskets were given, 9 Goody Bags, 18 family counselling sessions and 24 physiotherapy sessions were given, all funded by CHANCE. Thank ...you BVS.

Nim is aged 13 and lives with his mother, sadly his father passed away two years ago. His mother farms the land. They come from Lumbini which lies 374kms from Kathmandu. Nim suffered 18% burns to his hands, shoulder, arm and toe. Nim and his friends were returning home from school when he accidently touched a naked wire which had been left carelessly on the road and was electrocuted as he tried to move the wires away. Immediately, his friends took him to a nearby Health Post. He was referred to Lumbini Hospital where he stayed for 2 days and then referred to the Kanti Children Hospital where he is still undergoing treatment. His brother is staying with him.

Krishna is 13 months old and lives with his parents in the district of Dharding which is 143kms from Kathmandu. He suffered 5% burns to his hand and forearm.
He was with his brothers at his grandmother’s house. His grandmother had placed animal fodder she had prepared on the floor to cool and Krishna dipped his hand into the fodder. His aunt immediately applied egg yolk and some ice over the wound and he was rushed to a dental hospital nearby. He received first aid and a dressing and returned home. His mother took him back the next day for a further dressing, but his had had swollen badly so he was referred immediately to the Kanti . He has now been discharged back home.

Janaki is aged 2 and an orphan and is in a state orphanage in Kathmandu. She suffered 10-15% , 2nd degree burns to her feet. Her caretaker in the orphanage was carrying hot water to prepare lactogen for the children. Janaki came up from behind and hugged her caretaker and she became unbalanced and the hot water spilt over Janaki’s a feet. Her caretaker immediately filled a bucket of cold water and soaked janaki’s feet for 10 minutes then took her to the Kanti Children’s Hospital. She is still undergoing treatment and her caretaker is staying with her.

Sonon is aged 2 and a half and comes from Bagmati. He lives with his parents who are farmers. He suffered 5-7% burns, 1st degree to his right light leg. His mother was preparing a vegetable curry for dinner and had placed the pot of curry on the floor to cool, while she was clearing up. Sonon was playing on the bed and was trying to climber down when he lost his balance and his leg went into the hot pot of curry. Immediately his mother took him to a nearby health post where he received first aid treatment. Sonon stayed home for almost 1 month, but his wounds got infected and didn’t heal so his mother took him to Kanti Children Hospital where he is undergoing treatment. His mother is staying with him.

All names have been changed for protection and permission was granted b y the parents

Congratulations to the winners of the February draw of the CHANCE 100 Club which took place this morning.
1st - Andrea Gough - £120
2nd - Stu Beven - £80
3rd - Niki Judd - £50
Enjoy!

We have 94 members as of today. We have space for 6 new members. Please email ...info@chancefornepal.org if you would like more details or to come on board 🙏 Only £5pcm with £250 cash prizes given out every month.

We are delighted to share our Annual Review of 2021 for your interest and enjoyment.
Please click on the link below.
https://www.chancefornepal.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/ANNUAL-REVIEW-2021Chance-for-Nepal.pdf

We are delighted that the milk programme funded by CHANCE has resumed at Triple Gem School for 115 of the youngest children, nursery to Grade 1.
Yesterday, older students at the school received their first dose of the Covid vaccine. Well done Lama Kondan

CONGRATULATIONS to the winners in the January draw which took place this morning. HAPPY NEW YEAR!
1st - Rosa Yip - £120
2nd - Valarie Lee - £80
3rd - John Dillion - £50
Enjoy !
We have 97 members as of January 2022.

Here is the monthly report of December 2021 from BVS- Nepal ( Burns Violence Survivors). There were 10 children on the burns unit . During December, 40 food baskets and 10 ‘Goody Bags’ were given out to the children. Thank you BVS, you make such a difference.

Renu is aged 4 and an ...only child. She lives with her parents in Pagribas, 430kms from Kathmandu. Her father is a farmer and mother a housewife. She suffered 7%, 3rd degree. burns to her hand. Renu was playing around the house and her mother was preparing Kholey (vegetables) on the open cooking fire. Accidentally, Renu put her hand on the pot and got burnt. Immediately her grandfather and mother took her to a nearby hospital where she received first aid treatment. She was then referred to the burns unit at the Kanti Children Hospital where she is undergoing treatment.

Pradeep is aged 4 and from Chandragiri Municipality, which lies 240kms from Kathmandu. He lives with his parents and older brother. His father owns a dairy shop and his mother looks after the family. Pradeep was with his grandfather who had boiled some water for steam inhalation. Although his grandfather was reluctant to hand over the hot pot of water Pradeep really wanted to help and insisted on carrying the hot pot to the table! Tragically, some of the boiled water spilt onto him. He suffered 10%, 2nd degree burns to his right thigh. His mother immediately applied tomatos and aloe-vera onto the wound. His parents then rushed him to Kritipur hospital in a taxi where he received first aid treatment. The next day, they returned back to their house after receiving dressings and first aid treatment. His wound became infected so he was brought by motorbike, (a really long journey) to the burns unit at the Kanti Children’s Hospital for further treatment where he stayed for 22 days before being discharged back home.

Sarita is aged 8 and the eldest daughter, with three younger sisters and lives with her parents in Dhading which lies 80kms from Kathmandu. Her father works as a labourer and her mother is a farmer/housewife. Sarita was with her friends keeping warm by the open cooking fire where her grandmother had placed a vessel of water to heat up to make selroti, (a type of fried bread). Accidentally, the hot vessel was knocked and water spilt out onto Sarita’s thigh. She suffered 3%, 3rd degree burns. Her grandmother poured ghee on the wounded area. After 3 days she was taken to nearby health post where she received first aid treatment. After a further 13 days her condition worsened and she was brought to the burns unit at the Kanti where she is still undergoing treatment.

Santoshi is aged 2 and an only child. Her father is in the Indian army and mother looks after Santoshi. Her mother was in the kitchen doing household jobs and had placed a vessel of water to boil on the open fire. Santoshi was playing when she accidentally grabbed the vessel and the water spilled over her legs and lower abdomen. Her mother rushed her to a nearby health post for the first aid treatment. They referred her to Bheri Hospital who in turn referred her to the specialised burns unit at the Kanti. She is undergoing treatment.

It is incomprehensible to think how horrific all of these burns are. How excruciatingly painful, the panic, the helplessness of it all. Open fires are used to keep warm by and for cooking on, with no fire guards, in very cramped conditions, often just one room, where the whole family lives and sleeps. Hard to imagine a mother on her own, rushing her child to a health post, no car to speed up the transportation. It takes a second for such a tragedy to occur and changes a child’s life and that of the family forever.
Permission was granted by the parents of the children in this report. Names changed for protection.

Your generous support to CHANCE funds physiotherapy and counselling sessions for the family coming onto the burns unit, along with a weekly food basket with high calorie nutritional supplements, (essential for wound healing), and a cuddly bear or toy. We also have an emergency funds where families in need of dire financial help with transport getting back to their village, or medicines are supported by BVS in this way. THANK YOU 🙏❤

We funded new warm winter jackets and socks for 35 children in a small children's home in Pharping through our long term partner on the ground SHENPEN, see their post below. 🙏❤

Happy New Year to all our supporters.
We are thrilled that our Patron Joanna Lumley has received a Damehood in the New Year’s Honours 2022. We are so proud and honoured to have had Joanna as our patron since 2009.
She said her damehood was "extraordinary" and ..."completely unexpected", she was “thrilled and touched to bits”.
As well as an actor on film and stage, she has received high praise for her charity work and campaigning for both human and animal rights .

Thank you for sharing all the lovely photos of the children receiving their cup of warm milk. CHANCE is delighted to support this project for the 10th year running. Lama Raju Kondan, this the brilliant headmaster of Triple Gem School and which CHANCE has supported since 2007. It's very cold ...now in Nepal and a cup of warm milk goes down a treat 🙏❤

Thank you so much for your wonderful support throughout 2021.
May I wish you all a happy and peaceful Christmas and may 2022 be healthy and full of hope.🙏❤

We are delighted to continue with the 'Tiffin' food programme.
I have visited this school many times over the years and it was noticed once the 'Tiffin' meal programme was in place attendance increased dramatically in the knowledge the parents knew their child was getting ...something to eat. Prior to that, many children arrived with empty tummies and would not eat until they returend home from school, or would attend spasmodically.
This is one of the programmes we run with your support.🙏❤ Thank you Suchan (Shenpen) for monitoring this programme.

Congratulations to the winners of the CHANCE 100 December draw.
1st - Sue Willis - £120
2nd - Ashley Sault - £80
3rd - Peter Drew - £50
Enjoy ❤
We currently have 95 members! It costs £5 per calander month or £60 for the year. The Chance 100 Club raises £6,000 per ...year - £500 pcm with 100 members. Of this, 50% goes out in monthly cash prizes and 50% goes to our projects in Nepal.
Since CHANCE 100 started, we have raised around £45,000 which is enough to build 4 schools in remote areas showing what can be achieved!
Please contact: info@chancefornepal.org if you would like more information about joining. 🙏❤