Wednesday, July 27, 2016

House Re-building for Sushma & Sushmita Sundas family update

The construction of Sushma and Sushmita’s Family home started on 10th of June 2016. This year, the rainy season started much earlier than before which affected a lot while on the process of construction. We had a volunteer name Kin Lek from Malaysia who helped a lot during the construction. He stayed in the construction site more about 10 days. During all these times, heavy rain has affected many days. Now, more than 90% work as been completed. Finally, family can now shift to their new house. However, there is some remaining work left like room partition and coloring. Once these works are done, than our project will be completed.

Monday, June 13, 2016

House Re-building for Sushma & Sushmita Sundas family

Sushma and Sushmita's family house was destroyed by 25th April 2015 earthquake. My Small Help has been helping to build a basic house for the family. We would like to thank all the donars and supporters. We will keep up with all the updates in coming days.

MSH has been supporting Sushma and Sushmita since 2007.

Volunteer from Malaysia Kin Lek. He is staying in the family's temporary house.

Installing iron frames

Sushmita helping to carry construction materials after coming back from school.

 Sushmita in her temporary shelter

MSH member Raju helping in the construction

Monday, May 16, 2016

Selfie For Nepal Project Implementation

Thank you so very much for being part of our campaign. We got so much love from all over the world that it was no longer a campaign running for donations, but it became a global mission pouring continued love and support for Nepal. We cannot Thank you all enough. Your support gave us strength!
Friends with My Small Help worked tirelessly in making this happen.
We initially planned on building temporary shelters but with the donations we collected, we were not able to initiate the original mission.We have made sure that every penny we collected is used on the best possible way.
One year exactly after the devastating earthquake, Nepal is still struggling under dysfunctional government. Survivors are still living on shabby temporary shelters and pain is still there. Resilient Nepal is still a long way to go and it will only happen with continuos effort. Let's not forget the day April 25 2015. If you still want to help and do some more for these students then please visit:
- Selfie For Nepal Team