Tuesday, April 11, 2017

10th Year Anniversary Celebration




On April 12th 2017, we will have completed 10 years of selfless service of My Small Help.
We are hosting a program to celebrate a decade of service. On this auspicious occasion we would like you to grace us with your presence.
We would like to invite you to the 10th anniversary of My Small Help, Nepal.
Venue: Marybert School, Playground
Gwarko, Lalitpur, Nepal
Date: 12th April 2017, Wednesday
Time: 10:00 am

Sunday, December 4, 2016

MSH sponsored children Santaman update

Santaman is maturing into a very intelligent and confident young man. He is 19 years old. He has finished her SLC (School Leaving Certificate) Exam in grade C+. After the SLC exam he had a long vacation so we helped him find the place to learn and work as a vehicle mechanic. He now goes to college and has chosen management as a major subject in Grade 11. After his college in the morning, he spend his day learning and working to fix vehicle. He wants to become a vehicle mechanic in the future.

We are proud of his passion toward this work and would like to help him continue to become a vehicle mechanic in the future. 

Santaman in 2011









Thursday, December 1, 2016

MSH sponsored children Hanna Nepali update


Hanna is 18 years old mature and kind young lady. She has successfully completed her SLC (School Leaving Certificate) Exam and now has joined college. She has taken Sociology as a Major Subject. She enjoys going to college. She is living in Marybert Orphanage and helps in preparing food and studies for their younger children. 


My Small Help, has been supporting Hanna since 2007. We are proud of her achievement and wish her all the best for coming days.





Monday, November 28, 2016

MSH sponsored children Saroj Thapa update


Saroj Thapa is one of the best students that My Small Help has been supporting. He has successfully completed her SLC (School Leaving Exam) with brilliant result. He secured 3.70 out of 5. He was given a good farewell by the school. He has joined college in Moon Light College where his elder sister Bipana is studying. He has taken science as a major subject. It is a 2 years course. 

Saroj is very well behaved and focuses on studies. He lives with his elder sisters Bipana and Sapana in small tiny rooms. They all support each other and live a normal life. Saroj and Bipana both go to college together.  Saroj is very much thankful for our support.

Saroj Thapa in 2011






Sunday, November 27, 2016

MSH sponsored children Nabin and Nabina update

Nabina is in Grade Five, studying in Souvenir Boarding School. She an active girl and participates in different school activities. She wants to study well and help her mother in the future. Just few days back, My Small Help, Nepal called Nabina to office. We provided her with stationary items and few cloths. We also managed to take picture during her visit which I have attached in this update.

About Nabin, he was studying in Grade 8 but unfortunately he failed the exam. He showed no sign of interest in studies. He decided to quite his studies to go aboard and work. We tried our best to convenience him to study till he passes schooling but he didn't want to  continue. He is in the process of applying for work so it might take him 6 to 8 months to complete.

My Small Help has been supporting Nabina and his brother Nabin since 2012.

Nabina and her mother in 2016

Nabin and her mother in 2016


Nabin and Nabina with their mother in 2012

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Winter Wear Donation

With the help of Pushpo Roy from Germany and Bodhi Niranjana, My Small Help Nepal donated Woolen cap, muffler and globes for 70 children who study in Shree Krishna Primary School, Newkha, Kathmandu, Nepal. Thank you for your kinds support. 










Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Friends For Global Change, USA visit MSH Nepal

My Small Help, Nepal would like to thank entire team of Friends For Global Change and meeting up with children, donating necessity items and taking some of our older children for dinner MEZZE by Roadhouse #mysmallhelp #FFGC