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Helping Hand


Helping Hand For Relief & Development Nepal

several trucks loads of relief items to the recent earthquake stricken areas of Gorkha, Nepal. Each truck contains blankets for 300 families, plus one tarpaulin (Tarp) for temporary shelter. Over the aftermath Healthcare services and provisions have been provided by the Relief Team Members in Gorkha. Up till now 600 persons have received the healthcare services, including 300 ladies & 100 children. Director of Operations Mr. Sujan Lamichhane has joined the various Emergency Relief Teams, while inspecting the damages and ongoing relief and assessment activities. He also met with the Deputy Commissioner of Gorkha in order to pursue a better liaison and coordination with the local authorities.

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Main problems faced by children in Nepal :

Almost half the population of Nepal lives below the poverty line and cannot fulfill their families’ needs

  • Poverty
  • more than 45% of children perish before the age of 5, and 21% of young Nepalese are underweight.
  • only 84% of Nepalese children attend school.
  • The legal age for marriage is 18 for girls and 21 for boys. However, this law is not always respected: 51% of girls are married before that age.

Nepal is one of the poorest and least developed countries in the world. Despite the international aid which keeps the country afloat, Nepalese children do not have access to all their rights. They must live their lives mired in poverty, malnutrition, violence, and other harmful circumstances.


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