Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Self sustainable project for Anjali's Mother

5th August 2012
By Jeena

MySmallHelp, Nepal has been working for the education of the poor and orphan children of the society since 6 years.  With the growth of the organization MSH, Nepal also aims to start self sustainable project for the deprived family so that they can uplift their life from poverty and educate their children themselves. MSH Nepal has been supporting Anjali and Alisha Magar from past five years. Their mother has been working in the carpet factory from past 14 years. The hardship of the work is just enough for the family to join hand to mouth.

They are currently living in a small hut and the improvement of the family is very slow. Mother works 8 to 10 hours to make carpet everyday which pays her less than 160 pound per month. So MSH Nepal decided to forward its helping hands and helps to open a small grocery and vegetable shop for her so that they can uplift their lives. With the support of MSH, Nepal the family could work on their own and uplift their lives. Anjali's mother is very much happy and thankful to MSH, Nepal. Also MSH Nepal keeps faith on her patience and hard work and wishes her all the best for the future. MSH Nepal has fully supported this project so MSH Nepal will continue its support for the family to get rid of any trouble till they are uplifted.