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Namaste Kids

Namaste Kids e.V. und Namaste Kids Nepal ist eine in Deutschland und Nepal registrierte Kinderhilfs- OrganisationWir sind ein Team von engagierten jungen Menschen in Deutschland und Nepal, die sich dafür einsetzen, dass Kinder in Nepal Zugang zu den elementarsten Dingen des Lebens erhalten. Dabei geht es uns um die gezielte Verbesserung der Gesundheitsversorgung, der Ernährungssituation, sowie der Bildung. Dabei wollen wir vor allem diejenigen Kinder erreichen, die in so schwer zugänglichen und abgelegenen Regionen leben, dass sie am stärksten von Armut, Krankheiten und sozialer Isolation betroffen sind. Unser gesamtes Konzept ist von Beginn an auf eine besonders transparente und nachhaltige Entwicklungsförderung ausgerichtet.

 

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23 hours ago
Namaste Kids

Team Thursday 💫
Hello everyone! Naresh Gurung from Gorkha is a member of Namaste Kids since five years. He is I working as the coordinator for the Child Sponsorship and projects in the District of Gorkha. 🇳🇵
“Namaste Kids is an organization that always strives to build a better future for the orphans, helpless and extremely poor children in various remote areas of Nepal who are deprived of proper education and health care and providing proper education, health and safety to them.The policies and programs of Namaste Kids are really highly commendable”
He is in a responsible position of the organization and is carrying out his duty of social work by the responsibilities given by the organization. 💓 Thank you so much for your ambitious and endless work and help 🙏

Team Thursday 💫
Hallo Zusammen! Naresh Gurung aus Gorkha ist seit fünf Jahren Mitglied bei Namaste Kids. Er arbeitet als hauptverantwortlicher Mitarbeiter für unsere Kinderpatenschaften und Projekte im Distrikt Gorkha 🇳🇵
“Namaste Kids ist eine Organisation die darauf aus ist eine bessere Zukunft für die Waisen, Hilflosen und extrem armen Kinder in abgelegenen Regionen aus Nepal, welche sonst keinen Zugang zu Bildung und Gesundheitsvorsorge haben. Die Organisation stellt den Zugang zu Bildung, Gesundheit und Sicherheit her! Die Richtlinien sind sind sehr lobenswert.”
Naresh Gurung ist in einer ansehnlichen Position der Organisation und erfüllt seine Aufgaben mit größter Hingabe. 💓 Vielen lieben Dank für deine strebsame und endlose Arbeit und Hilfe 🙏
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Team Thursday 💫
Hello everyone! Naresh Gurung from Gorkha is a member of Namaste Kids since five years. He is I working as the coordinator for the Child Sponsorship and projects in the District of Gorkha. 🇳🇵 
“Namaste Kids is an organization that always strives to build a better future for the orphans, helpless and extremely poor children in various remote areas of Nepal who are deprived of proper education and health care and providing proper education, health and safety to them.The policies and programs of Namaste Kids are really highly commendable” 
He is in a responsible position of the organization and is carrying out his duty of social work by the responsibilities given by the organization. 💓 Thank you so much for your ambitious and endless work and help 🙏 

Team Thursday 💫 
Hallo Zusammen! Naresh Gurung aus Gorkha ist seit fünf Jahren Mitglied bei Namaste Kids. Er arbeitet als hauptverantwortlicher Mitarbeiter für unsere Kinderpatenschaften und Projekte im Distrikt Gorkha 🇳🇵 
“Namaste Kids ist eine Organisation die darauf aus ist eine bessere Zukunft für die Waisen, Hilflosen und extrem armen Kinder in abgelegenen Regionen aus Nepal, welche sonst keinen Zugang zu Bildung und Gesundheitsvorsorge haben. Die Organisation stellt den Zugang zu Bildung, Gesundheit und Sicherheit her! Die Richtlinien sind sind sehr lobenswert.”
Naresh Gurung ist in einer ansehnlichen Position der Organisation und erfüllt seine Aufgaben mit größter Hingabe. 💓 Vielen lieben Dank für deine strebsame und endlose Arbeit und Hilfe 🙏Image attachmentImage attachment
2 days ago
Namaste Kids

⚕ Update On Medical Aid For Nepal ⚕

🇳🇵🇩🇪 The district of Sindhupalchok is currently badly affected by the spread of the disease, especially in the higher and hardly accessible areas, where medical surveillance and care are very poor. On June 14, 2021, Namaste Kids therefore delivered particularly urgently needed medical supplies to the facility for the isolation and treatment of people suffering from Covid-19. There are practically no beds for treating seriously ill people, even before the pandemic.
To solve this problem, we have also brought two new modern ICU beds up there. This health facility is located in Panchpokhari Thangpal Rural Municipality, deep inside the district reachable on a long muddy and life-threatening road. We are planning to continue our long-term cooperation in this region in the future 👨‍👦‍👦

We thank the chairman of the NGO Federation Jeet Lama, the municipality chief Tashi Lama, as well as deputy chief Sunita Adhikari 🙏
Especially we like to thank our donors, who made it possible to support this area 🙏

Here is how you can help through us:
namaste-kids.org/together-against-the-pandemic/
namaste-kids.org/gegen-die-pandemie-in-nepal/

🇩🇪🇳🇵Der Distrikt Sindhupalchok ist aktuell insbesondere mit seinen höher gelegenen und schwer zugänglichen Gebieten sehr stark von der Ausbreitung betroffen, da die medizinische Überwachung und Versorgung hier sehr schlecht sind. Am 14. Juni 2021 hat Namaste Kids deshalb besonders dringend benötigtes medizinisches Material geliefert an die Einrichtung für die Isolation und Behandlung von Menschen, die an Covid-19 erkrankt sind. Es gibt keine Betten für die Behandlung schwer kranker Menschen, auch bereits vor der Pandemie. Um dieses Problem zu lösen haben wir zusätzlich zwei moderne Intensivbetten dort hinaufgebracht.
Dieser Gesundheitsposten befindet sich in Panchpokhari Thangpal Rural Municipality, tief im Inneren des Distrikts – zu erreichen über einen matschigen und schmalen Weg, entlang steiler Abhänge. Wir planen auch für die Zukunft eine langfristige Zusammenarbeit mit den Menschen in dieser Region, da hier strukturelle Probleme und große Armut bestehen, gleichzeitig aber auch realistische Möglichkeiten dies dauerhaft zu verbessern – gute Voraussetzungen also für eine nachhaltige Entwicklungshilfe 👨‍👦‍👦

Wir danken dem Vorsitzenden der NGO Föderation Jeet Lama, sowie dem örtlichen Vorsitzenden des Bezirks Tashi Lama, sowie Stellvertreterin Sunita Adhikari 🙏
Ganz besonders möchten wir uns bei den Menschen bedanken, die uns durch ihre Spenden die Möglichkeiten geben in effektiver Weise zu helfen 🙏
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5 days ago
Namaste Kids

⚕ Update On Medical Aid For Nepal ⚕

🇩🇪🇳🇵 On June 8th (2078/02/25) Namaste Kids provided medical equipment to the main COVID-19 Health Facility of Rupandehi District. We are focusing to prevent the further spread of virus in the rural areas and to provide aid in the districts we are continuously doing our child sponsorship and development project work 👨‍👦‍👦 As the District of Rupandehi has a long border with India, it is by numbers one of the most affected areas in Nepal. The underdeveloped and undersupplied health facilities have serious problems to cover the number of severely sick people. Many provinces and districts outside the Kathmandu valley have life-threatening undersupplies, as the main part of national and international help is spent there. For that reason, our help was requested by the local authorities and desperately needed 💊🩺

We are very thankful mainly to the donors, who make our help possible. Furthermore, we like to thank Butwal Sub-Metropolitan Mayor Shiv Raj Sunedi and Chief Administrative Officer Shiva Prasad Regmi for the trustful and close cooperation with us in general and in this case of emergency aid 🙏🙏

We are still in need of help by additional donations to continue our work to prevent the further spread of virus in the rural areas. Sufficient donations are the bottleneck right now.

ℹ Here is how you can help us:
namaste-kids.org/together-against-the-pandemic/
namaste-kids.org/gegen-die-pandemie-in-nepal/

🇩🇪🇳🇵 Am 08. Juni haben wir dringend benötigtes medizinisches Material für die Einrichtung zur Behandlung von schwerkranken Covid-19-Patienten im Distrikt Rupandehi, Butwal Sub-Metropolitan an die örtlichen Gesundheitsbehörden übergeben. Der Distrikt Rupandehi gehört unter anderem aufgrund seiner gemeinsamen Grenze mit Indien zu den am stärksten betroffenen Regionen bei der aktuellen Pandemie in Nepal. Von Beginn an, ist es unser vorrangigstes Ziel die Ausbreitung in den abgelegenen und schwerer zugänglichen Regionen zu hemmen. Regionen, in denen wir im Rahmen der Patenschaften und anderer Entwicklungsprojekte tätig sind 👨‍👦‍👦 Gerade außerhalb der größeren urbanen Regionen ist die medizinische Versorgung besonders schlecht und dort kommt auch der mit großem Abstand kleinste Anteil der Hilfslieferungen an.

❤ Wir möchten uns bei allen Menschen bedanken, die bislang unsere Hilfe in Nepal ermöglicht haben. Nach wie vor benötigen wir finanzielle Unterstützung, um weiterhin gezielt diese Regionen mit den jeweils am meisten benötigten medizinischen Materialien schnell und effektiv versorgen zu können.

ℹ Informationen, wie Sie uns dabei helfen können, finden Sie hier:
namaste-kids.org/gegen-die-pandemie-in-nepal/
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1 week ago
Namaste Kids

Team Thursday 🙏
Thanks Miriam for your admirable support as a member since November 2016. She is originally from Jena - Germany. She is district coordinator for Dhading, but also responsible for fundraising and our magazine! 💰 📖
During her social year she discovered namaste kids in Nepal herself. She helped distributing school uniforms in remote areas. Once back in Germany she decided to join the team. We are grateful to have her! 💓

Team Thursday 🙏
Miriam ist eine wunderbare Unterstützung seit November 2016 und kommt ursprünglich aus Jena in Deutschland. Sie ist als Distriktkoordinatorin in Dhading tätig, aber arbeitet zusätzlich im Bereich fundraising und für das Magazin. 💰 📖
Während ihres FSJ in Nepal hat sie vor Ort Namaste Kids kennengelernt. Unter anderem hat sie mitgeholfen beim Verteilen von Schuluniformen an Kinder in abgelegenen Regionen. Als sie nach Deutschland zurück kam hat sie beschlossen das Team mit ihrer tatkräftigen Hilfe zu bereichern. Vielen Dank Miriam und wir sind froh dich zu haben! 💓
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Team Thursday 🙏 
Thanks Miriam for your admirable support as a member since November 2016. She is originally from Jena - Germany. She is district coordinator for Dhading, but also responsible for fundraising and our magazine! 💰 📖 
During her social year she discovered namaste kids in Nepal herself. She helped distributing school uniforms in remote areas. Once back in Germany  she decided to join the team. We are grateful to have her! 💓 

Team Thursday 🙏 
Miriam ist eine wunderbare Unterstützung seit November 2016 und kommt ursprünglich aus Jena in Deutschland. Sie ist als Distriktkoordinatorin in Dhading tätig, aber arbeitet zusätzlich im Bereich fundraising und für das Magazin. 💰 📖 
Während ihres FSJ in Nepal hat sie vor Ort Namaste Kids kennengelernt. Unter anderem hat sie mitgeholfen beim Verteilen von Schuluniformen an Kinder in abgelegenen Regionen. Als sie nach Deutschland zurück kam hat sie beschlossen das Team mit ihrer tatkräftigen Hilfe zu bereichern. Vielen Dank Miriam und wir sind froh dich zu haben! 💓
1 week ago
Namaste Kids

⚕ Update on Medical Aid for Nepal ⚕

🇳🇵🇩🇪 On 05/06/2021 Namaste Kids delivered seriously needed medical supplies to the only available hospital in Lamjung district, which treats Corona patients. 🩺💊
Based on population size and density, Lamjung is now one of the most severely affected districts in Nepal. At the same time, medical care is patchy, backward and far below any international standards particularly in terms of materials and equipment. This is a bad constellation in a pandemic. There is only one government hospital in the entire district that could accept Corona patients for treatment. Since the equipment has so far not given the possibility for examinations and treatment, all patients have been sent to the city of Pokhara, about three hours away. There, the hospitals are running at or above capacity, so patients have to be turned away. Just getting there is unbelievably difficult under lockdown conditions, where normal passenger transport is strictly prohibited, and especially too expensive for many people.

Now Corona patients can be admitted to the hospital of Lamjung district capital Besisahar, where they can be examined and treated. 🩺💊

For the good cooperation we would like to thank Chief District Officer (CDO) Hom Prasad Luitel, Chief of the Municipality Goman Singh Aryal, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP): Ganga Bahadur Thapa and the Head of the District Hospital Hemant Shrestha, as well as Chautarilive Television and journalist Mr. Ash Gurung, who has been supporting us trustfully in Lamjung for a long time. 🙏
We also like to thank again the people made it possible by generous donations. 🙏

For more details an possibilities to help:
namaste-kids.org/together-against-the-pandemic/
namaste-kids.org/gegen-die-pandemie-in-nepal/

⚕ Update Medizinische Akuthilfe Für Nepal ⚕
🇩🇪🇳🇵 Am 05.06.2021 hat Namaste Kids dringend benötigtes medizinisches Material an das einzige verfügbare Krankenhaus im Distrikt Lamjung geliefert, welches Corona-Patienten behandelt. Nun können in der Distrikthauptstadt Besisahar Corona-Patienten aufgenommen und dort untersucht und behandelt werden.

Gemessen an der Einwohnerzahl und Bevölkerungsdichte ist Lamjung einer der besonders stark betroffenen Distrikte in Nepal. Dabei ist die medizinische Versorgung lückenhaft, rückständig und hinsichtlich des Materials und der Ausstattung weit unter jedem internationalen Standard. Eine besonders schlechte Konstellation in einer Pandemie. Es gibt nur ein staatliches Krankenhaus im gesamten Distrikt, welches Corona-Patienten aufnehmen könnte. Da die Ausstattung bislang keine Untersuchungen und Behandlungen zuließ, wurden alle Patienten in die etwa drei Stunden entfernte Stadt Pokhara geschickt, wo die Krankenhäuser an der Belastungsgrenze oder darüber sind, sodass Patienten abgewiesen werden müssen. Allein die Fahrt dorthin ist unter den Lockdown-Bedingungen, wo der normale Personenverkehr strikt untersagt ist schwierig und vor allem viele Menschen zu teuer.

Wir möchten uns bei dieser Gelegenheit auch wieder bei denjenigen Menschen bedanken, die dies im Augenblick mit Hilfe ihrer Spenden ermöglichen. 🙏

Für die gute Zusammenarbeit möchten wir uns bedanken bei Chief District Officer (CDO) Hom Prasad Luitel, Municipality Goman Singh Aryal, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP): Ganga Bahadur Thapa und dem Head of the District Hospital Hemant Shrestha, sowie Chautarilive Television und Journalist Mr. Ash Gurung, der uns seit langer Zeit vertrauensvoll in Lamjung unterstützt. 🙏

Genauere Informationen und die Möglichkeit gemeinsam zu helfen, finden Sie hier:
namaste-kids.org/gegen-die-pandemie-in-nepal/
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2 weeks ago
Namaste Kids

⚕Medical Aid For Lamjung, Nepal ⚕

On June 5th Namaste Kids provided seriously needed medical equipment for the treatment of a higher number of severely sick patients at the District of Lamjung🇳🇵🇩🇪

Further information will be updated soon, stay alert with us and keep watching

We like to thank the Team of ChautariLive Television and the individuals responsible for the administration and health care in the District of Lamjung for their help and close cooperation 🙏🙏
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2 weeks ago
Namaste Kids

⚕ Update On Medical Aid For Nepal ⚕
On June 3rd Namaste Kids provided isolation and safe treatment equipment along with urgently needed medical equipment, PPE and hygiene supplies to the Rural Municipality of Chaurideurali in the District of Kavrepalanchok - a very remote area.
The second wave of the pandemic hits a defenseless Nepal very hard, as the country doesn’t have medical resources. It has one of the most underdeveloped health care systems in the world and especially the rural areas are difficult to access because of the mountains 🏔
Since the beginning of the second wave Namaste Kids is also working continuously at the frontline to improve the healthcare for the most underserved rural communities. Totally 206 out of the more than 50.000 affiliated NGOs in Nepal are helping actively during the pandemic.
The 400+ children in care of us are healthy and safe as we take action for their safety day by day! They need to be fed, taught and protected as well as their families. 🙏

We like to say thank you again to the donors who made it possible for us taking action to save lifes and fight the pandemic. 🙏 🦠 We are also very thankful to Mr. Jit Ram Lama from the NGO Federation of Nepal for his kindly support and helping hand in the coordination of the response!

This crisis threatens everyone's way of life, but it is particularly difficult for people who are already vulnerable, like those without financial resources (e.g. wage workers), without access to improved health care. Children who are orphaned and vulnerable are becoming more risk of Coronavirus!
What can you do, if your mother or father is severely sick and cannot breathe? There is no hospital bed and no oxygen available. Even the hospital staff doesn’t have infection protective gear for their work. If there is not enough food to feed the patients, if there is no medicine to treat - what can you do? It is important now for many reasons to extend our helping hands for these children and families who need it so much now. A virus doesnt know borders, just as love and humanity ❤️

Here is how we can help together the people of Nepal:
namaste-kids.org/gegen-die-pandemie-in-nepal/
namaste-kids.org/together-against-the-pandemic/
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Where in KAVRE? Please 🙏 let us know the village. (Remote Village) It's very important for our children and women.

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2 weeks ago
Namaste Kids

Namaskar everyone and happy Team Thursday 🙏
Today I want to introduce Susmita Gurung to you 🧡 She grew up in Syangja and since she was a child she wanted to help the poors. Already since five years she is a very reliable part of namaste kids! „I am so glad that I am actually doing some social works via this organization! Nobody should be deprived of these very basic needs of life!“ With a lot of energy and following her dreams we are so glad to have her on board!💗

Her main tasks are the management of child sponsorship in our office team. This includes working together with our district teams from Gorkha Gandaki, Chitwan and Rupandehi. Also she is helping with accounting and development control of the children and families there. 💫

Thanks Susmita for your help! ☺️ 💓

#namastekids #ngo #nonprofitwork #nongovernmentalorganization #wecare #wecarefochildren #nepal #childcare 💓
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Namaskar everyone and happy Team Thursday 🙏 
Today I want to introduce Susmita Gurung to you 🧡 She grew up in Syangja and since she was a child she wanted to help the poors. Already since five years she is a very reliable part of namaste kids! „I am so glad that I am actually doing some social works via this organization! Nobody should be deprived of these very basic needs of life!“ With a lot of energy and following her dreams we are so glad to have her on board!💗

Her main tasks are the management of child sponsorship in our office team. This includes working together with our district teams from Gorkha Gandaki, Chitwan and Rupandehi. Also she is helping with accounting and development control of the children and families there. 💫 

Thanks Susmita for your help! ☺️ 💓 

#namastekids #ngo #nonprofitwork #nongovernmentalorganization #wecare #wecarefochildren #nepal #childcare 💓Image attachmentImage attachment
3 weeks ago
Namaste Kids

🇳🇵🇩🇪 During this corona pandemic children are being greatly effected. Not only in matter of education, but also cases of child abuse and harassment have increased in the recent time ⚠️
Contrary to the spirit of the Constitution, do not violate the rights of the child during a calamity. If there is any activity of child violence during the current pandemic situation people should inform the concerned organization. The lifes of many children are in danger due to the recent spread of suicide, murder and violence in our country. Increasing violence, dominance, murder and mental torture from last few years lead life towards risk. Girls are at a higher risk of abuse and harrassment than boys. So, it is our duty to care for a save environment, promote and scale up the talents of the children as well as adults. In the context of this pandemic situation, many families are suffering of starvation and not a few became homeless, too. Protecting children and nurturing their talents is the need of the hour. In the process of taking steps from one's own field regarding the rights of children, various rights can be protected. Thats is what we are continuesly working for 👨‍👦‍👦🇳🇵🇩🇪

Society is changeable, in such a society child rights are of special importance to prepare competitive citizens.
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3 weeks ago
Namaste Kids

Namaste 🙏🙏

⚕ Update on Medical Aid For Nepal ⚕

🇩🇪🇳🇵 On May 27th some of our frontliners made their way to Machhapuchhre Rural Municipality to bring life-saving medical materials. They are risking their own lives, enduring days and nights away from their families to help where is not enough equipment to handle the recent onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. It is our main goal to avoid an uncontrollable surge in the rural areas of Nepal. There are still no capabilities to get a vaccination. Medical supplies for infection protection, observation and treatment are needed in most the rural health care facilities. These facilities are the only option to go to for people who seek for medical help in the rural Nepal 🏔

In the 550km2 covering Machhapuchhre Rural Municipality there is only one facility for the management of Corona, which could not start the work yet, because there isn’t equipment inside. We brought all of the basically needed things making it possible to start the hospital working 🩺💊

Desinfection spray machines 2 pcs
Chlorine solution 30 ltrs
PPE 18 pcs
Face shields 50 pcs
Pulse oximeter 15 pcs
Sanitizer 750 ml (30 pcs)
Surgical gloves 3 pack (150 pcs)
Kn95 masks 100 pcs
Oxygen masks 30 pcs
Soap 150 pcs
Dettol hand-wash 250ml (40 pcs)
Surgical masks 2.000 pcs

In the name of the people of Nepal and of our team we say thank you to the donors who are supporting our continuing Medical Aid for the rural Nepal 👨‍👦❤️
namaste-kids.org/gegen-die-pandemie-in-nepal/
namaste-kids.org/together-against-the-pandemic/

Stay tuned with us for the following actions 🔜ℹ
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3 weeks ago
Namaste Kids

Team Thursday! 😁 Team Thursday!

Simone is a great member of our team since the end of 2018. When she is not volunteering for Namaste kids she is working as a psychologist. She participates with great effort and provided support for the godparents for children from Syangja until 2020 and now she is writing great articles and is responsible for the design of our magazine! 💗Thanks for being part of our team 🙏

Team Thursday!
Simone ist seit 2018 bei Namaste Kids dabei und unterstützt uns durch ihre engagierte Arbeit sehr ☺️ Bis 2020 war sie für die Pateneltern der Kinder aus Syangja zuständig. Jetzt schreibt sie Artikel für das Magazin und achtet auf das ideale Design.
Danke für deine tolle Arbeit 💗🙏

#teamthursday #namaste #namastekids #wecare #ngo #nepal #wecareforchildren #nongovernmentalorganization
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Team Thursday! 😁 Team Thursday!

Simone is a great member of our team since the end of 2018. When she is not volunteering for Namaste kids she is working as a psychologist. She participates with great effort and provided support for the godparents for children from Syangja until 2020 and now she is writing great articles and is responsible for  the design of our magazine! 💗Thanks for being part of our team 🙏

Team Thursday!
Simone ist seit 2018 bei Namaste Kids dabei und unterstützt uns durch ihre engagierte Arbeit sehr ☺️ Bis 2020 war sie für die Pateneltern der Kinder aus Syangja zuständig. Jetzt schreibt sie Artikel für das Magazin und achtet auf das ideale Design. 
Danke für deine tolle Arbeit 💗🙏

#teamthursday #namaste #namastekids #wecare #ngo #nepal #wecareforchildren #nongovernmentalorganization
4 weeks ago
Namaste Kids

🇩🇪🇳🇵 The first medical materials, which were financed by the many donations, have reached the district of Gorkha, Gandaki Rural Municipality, which is strongly affected right now by the Corona pandemic. Many thanks again for all the support! 🙏🏻
The following urgently needed medical materials (eq. 180.000 NPR) were delivered as a first step:
Pulse Oximeter 12pc
PPE Set 14pc
Sanitizer 500ml, 48pc
Face Shield 25pc
Surgical mask 6.000pc
Loose gloves 450pc
Surgical gloves 450pc
Oxygen mask 6pc

The current situation in Nepal in general is still very critical.
The constant shortage of oxygen, the treatment capacity and medical supplies of the hospitals, lack of medical staff, treatment costs, testing capacities as well as the non-existence of available vaccination doses are causing casualties by the hour.

Therefore, it is crucial to continue to provide support in form of donations and pass on important information.
The infection is gradually shifting to the rural and mountainous regions, where people are facing an unstoppable spread, which cannot be further controlled due to the lack of medical care. The massive lockdown has slowed the exponential rise in infections to some extent, but the numbers are still rising steadily, so the people of Nepal are continuing to rely on your support.
Here is how you can help us:
namaste-kids.org/gegen-die-pandemie-in-nepal/
namaste-kids.org/together-against-the-pandemic/

Our focus is to prevent the further spread of the virus in the poorer and rural regions, and to provide aid in the districts we support.
The continuously processed and reviewed lists of immediately needed medical supplies and equipment from the most affected districts, serve us as a guide to provide the local people with exactly what is needed most urgently ❤️

Much work remains to be done.
A special gratitude goes to the local staff who continue to do a great job, even in these difficult times and continue to help the surrounding people 🙏🏻🙏🏻
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4 weeks ago
Namaste Kids

Namaste 🙏🏻🙏🏻

On May 12th the Traumateam of the Rescue Helicopter Team at Ulm's Federal Army Hospital handed over a symbolical check to Namaste Kids 🇩🇪🇳🇵

On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the air rescue in Ulm, the sponsoring association Traumateam e.V. published a calendar with photos of the Ulm rescue helicopters 🚁 and supports Namaste Kids with donations of 7,000 Euro 🙏🏻

This support is a starting point for our Pediatric Relief Fund. A fund for the treatment of seriously diseased children in Nepal, whose treatment otherwise would not be possible because their families are too poor to pay for it or they have no family at all. Unlike in Western Europe, for example, medical examinations and treatments in Nepal have to be paid, regardless of whether a child's life depends on it or not. With our fund we help seriously ill children to get important, often life-saving medical treatments 👨‍👦

We heartly thank the wonderful team and colleagues of Traumateam e.V., especially on behalf of the people in particular of the children in Nepal ❤️
traumateam.de / www.instagram.com/bundeswehrkrankenhaus_ulm/?hl=de

We also thank the team of the Newspaper “Südwestpresse”, the TV Channel “Regio TV” and the FM Station “Donau3FM” for their concern about that topic:

www.donau3fm.de/ulmer-luftretter-spenden-fuer-nepal-222029/
www.swp.de/suedwesten/staedte/ulm/hilfe-im-himalaya-ulmer-luftretter-spenden-7000-euro-an-namaste...

If you want to support us keep on helping such children, u can do it here:
Namaste Kids e.V. IBAN: DE41 4015 4530 0038 1683 32 BIC: WELADE3WXXX
Keyword: Pediatric Relief Fund
www.namaste-kids.org 🇩🇪🇳🇵
❤️❤️
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4 weeks ago
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Earthquake Emergency Response Lamjung 🇳🇵🇩🇪

A 5.8-magnitute earthquake followed by more than 80 smaller quakes struck Nepal‘s western Lamjung district on Wednesday damaging some hundred houses. The epicentre of the quake, which occurred at 5:42 AM (05:27 IST), was located at Bhulbhule which is part of Marshyangdi Rural Municipality inside the district.

Around 70 families got homeless, in this time of pandemic, lockdown and heavy rainfalls 🌧️ In coordination with the local authorities and NGOs the emergency response was shared. Namaste Kids took the responsibility to collect, buy and transport enough solid tents and provide them to each of these 70 homeless families.

Our lovely thanks go to our District Team of Lamjung District and to the people who financially support our work ❤️

🙏🏻🙏🏻
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4 weeks ago
Namaste Kids

Team Thursday 🤠

Thank you Anil! 🧡

Namaste 🙏 everyone
I am Anil Kumar Shrestha. I am from Dhading district.I am vice president of Namaste kids. Ever since I was a child I couldn't see other in pain whenever I saw something like that I used to feel sad and wanted to do something to help them so I join the Scout team to help people in need. This habit and feeling of mine to help people in need exist till now on me. Thats one of the reason why I got involved and participated to establish Namaste Kids organization so I could help and assist children who have low economic condition and cannot afford education and health facilities to live a better life. I want to contribute to develop our country by helping out children who are the backbone of our society to develp our nation. I want to continue doing social work all my life as it was my father's dream to help people in need now it has also became my dream to help children in need to help them live a better future. I will continue to work and provide my service to social work with carrying this thinking in my work and life. 🙏

#ngo #wecare #namaste #namastekids #team #teamthursday #nepalhelp
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4 weeks ago
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4 weeks ago
Namaste Kids

Today in the early morning a 5.8 magnitude quake with its epicentre at Bhulbhule, Marshyangdi Rural Municipality hit the district of Lamjung followed by a number smaller tremors across the district. Many houses have been severely damaged or totally destroyed. The jolt was also felt in neighbouring districts of Manang, Kaski and Gorkha.

All of the children in the care of us and their relatives who are living in this area are in good health and uninjured!🙏

These earthquakes come at a time, when the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic hit the country very badly and the people try hard to stay at home, even if they don’t have any income in this situation. And now they have to be afraid from both: staying inside and outside.

Nepal urgently needs international assistance to prevent the situation from worsening because the government’s resources are not enough to cope with the pandemic. Nepal needs all the medical equipment for COVID-19 prevention and treatment like protection gear, oxygen cylinders, concentrators and medicines. The pandemic has devastated the public healthcare system, broken down the economy, restricted the necessary public gatherings, intensified mental health conditions, and compelled people to stay indoors.

You can help us to help the people in the remote areas of Nepal. Here is how you can help us:

Deutsch: namaste-kids.org/gegen-die-pandemie-in-nepal/

English: namaste-kids.org/together-against-the-pandemic/
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1 month ago
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The catastrophic second wave of COVID-19 cases hit Nepal with deadly force. The crisis is reinforced by the country's severe lack of qualified health care workers; there are reports of nurses caring for 20 critically ill patients at once. With less than 1,500 ICU beds and 600 ventilators currently available to serve a population of nearly 30 million people, the health system is overwhelmed already. Hospitals are already turning patients away due to a lack of bed space, oxygen and other basic equipment.
“We give up.” That could be the conclusion as Nepal Health Ministry says that the situation is unmanageable given that hospitals run out of beds. The number of cases double every 3 days, and the death toll is growing.

However, we will not give up. Our goal is to fund for urgently needed supplies, required by the provisional treatment units in the remote areas of the Himalaya down to the Indian border. We have to prevent virus transmission in health care settings and protect the lives of the health care workers as they are only few and badly equipped for their own protection. Further we want to support with basic and indispensable medical equipment for the treatment of the severely sick people.

How the money will help:
We want to provide complete personal protective equipment for the Health Care Workers and patients in the Covid-19 Treatment Units in 12 of the Districts we have been continuously working since 2015. Furthermore, we want to procure life-saving oxygen and manage the internal distribution to efficiently refill and transport them to wherever it is most necessary along with preventing any oxygen-cylinders from remaining idle.

namaste-kids.org/gegen-die-pandemie-in-nepal/

namaste-kids.org/together-against-the-pandemic/
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The catastrophic second wave of COVID-19 cases hit Nepal with deadly force. The crisis is reinforced by the countrys severe lack of qualified health care workers; there are reports of nurses caring for 20 critically ill patients at once. With less than 1,500 ICU beds and 600 ventilators currently available to serve a population of nearly 30 million people, the health system is overwhelmed already. Hospitals are already turning patients away due to a lack of bed space, oxygen and other basic equipment. 
“We give up.” That could be the conclusion as Nepal Health Ministry says that the situation is unmanageable given that hospitals run out of beds. The number of cases double every 3 days, and the death toll is growing.

However, we will not give up. Our goal is to fund for urgently needed supplies, required by the provisional treatment units in the remote areas of the Himalaya down to the Indian border. We have to prevent virus transmission in health care settings and protect the lives of the health care workers as they are only few and badly equipped for their own protection. Further we want to support with basic and indispensable medical equipment for the treatment of the severely sick people. 

How the money will help: 
We want to provide complete personal protective equipment for the Health Care Workers and patients in the Covid-19 Treatment Units in 12 of the Districts we have been continuously working since 2015. Furthermore, we want to procure life-saving oxygen and manage the internal distribution to efficiently refill and transport them to wherever it is most necessary along with preventing any oxygen-cylinders from remaining idle.

https://namaste-kids.org/gegen-die-pandemie-in-nepal/

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1 month ago
Namaste Kids

Team Thursday 🙏
Proud Godfather of a 5 year old boy in Kaski region since 2019.
Strongly impressed by the great engagement for the Kids in need and the strict transparency at Namaste Kids, Günther became proud member of the team management and the fundraising group. 🌟

As consultant, management trainer and coach by heart and profession, Günther lives in the beautiful city of Hamburg/Germany.

"Who has seen the poorest of this world, feels rich enough to help.“ (Albert Schweitzer)

Thanks for your help - we are proud to have you!

#wecare #ngo #teamthursday #nepal #fundraising #consultant #wecareforchildren #ngogermany #nepalnow #nongovernmentalorganization
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Team Thursday 🙏
Proud Godfather of a 5 year old boy in Kaski region since 2019.
Strongly impressed by the great engagement for the Kids in need and the strict transparency at Namaste Kids, Günther became proud member of the team management and the fundraising group. 🌟

As consultant, management trainer and coach by heart and profession, Günther lives in the beautiful city of Hamburg/Germany.

Who has seen the poorest of this world, feels rich enough to help.“ (Albert Schweitzer)

Thanks for your help - we are proud to have you! 

#wecare #ngo #teamthursday #nepal #fundraising #consultant #wecareforchildren #ngogermany #nepalnow #nongovernmentalorganization
1 month ago
Namaste Kids

Team Thursday 💫

Today I want to introduce Theo to you!
Supporting Namaste kids since June 2020 and the youngest member of our Team, but highly ambitious and hard working!
Main tasks & skills - editorial staff & fundraising

Visiting 12th class in Göttingen he was hosting a fundraising event last year at his school when he met Jeff another member of Namaste kids who asked him to support Namaste Kids - since then he is a full member and we are grateful for his help 🙏
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Team Thursday 💫 

Today I want to introduce Theo to you!
Supporting Namaste kids since June 2020 and the youngest member of our Team, but highly ambitious and hard working! 
Main tasks & skills - editorial staff & fundraising  

Visiting 12th class in Göttingen he was hosting a fundraising event last year at his school when he met Jeff another member of Namaste kids who asked him to support Namaste Kids - since then he is a full member and we are grateful for his help 🙏
1 month ago
Namaste Kids

Our Work and Impact: 💪
Our work plays an important and effective role in order to eliminate child labor in Nepal. 🇳🇵 😊We strongly advocate that education and a healthy development should be prioritized for all children. 🙏With the help of the individual sponsorships, we provide access to education and create a safe environment for children. Especially those from the poorest regions and who are at risk of working in the worst forms of child labor. Child labor is unacceptable. It deprives children of their health and future and keeps families in poverty. Thanks to everybody who is supporting our work. 💓 Together we can make a difference!🌟
#ngo #laborday #namastekids #namaste #international #nepal #wecare #childlabor
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Our Work and Impact: 💪 
Our work plays an important and effective role in order to eliminate child labor in Nepal. 🇳🇵 😊We strongly advocate that education and a healthy development should be prioritized for all children. 🙏With the help of the individual sponsorships, we provide access to education and create a safe environment for children. Especially those from the poorest regions and who are at risk of working in the worst forms of child labor. Child labor is unacceptable. It deprives children of their health and future and keeps families in poverty. Thanks to everybody who is supporting our work. 💓 Together we can make a difference!🌟 
#ngo #laborday #namastekids #namaste #international #nepal #wecare #childlabor

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2 months ago
Namaste Kids

We recognize a difference between child work and child labor🇳🇵
The government and the Department of Labor introduced new policies and structures to fight Child Labor and Child Trafficking.
However, gaps exist in Nepal's legal framework to adequately protect children from the worst forms of child labor, but still there is a huge difference to international standards. 😔The Children in Nepal engage in the worst forms of child labor, including in commercial sexual exploitation. Many children in Nepal are engaged in the production of bricks, which exposes them to hazardous working conditions. Every fourth boy and nearly every fourth girl between 5-17 years is working in child labor. 😢There are reports that some orphanages keep children in destitute and unsanitary conditions and force them to beg on the streets.
Many reasons to change something! 💪
#wecare #wecareforchildren #nepal #ngo #nongovernmentalorganization #childlabor
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We recognize a difference between child work and child labor🇳🇵
The government and the Department of Labor introduced new policies and structures to fight Child Labor and Child Trafficking. 
However, gaps exist in Nepals legal framework to adequately protect children from the worst forms of child labor, but still there is a huge difference to international standards. 😔The Children in Nepal engage in the worst forms of child labor, including in commercial sexual exploitation. Many children in Nepal are engaged in the production of bricks, which exposes them to hazardous working conditions. Every fourth boy and nearly every fourth girl between 5-17 years is working in child labor. 😢There are reports that some orphanages keep children in destitute and unsanitary conditions and force them to beg on the streets. 
Many reasons to change something! 💪 
#wecare #wecareforchildren #nepal #ngo #nongovernmentalorganization  #childlabor
2 months ago
Namaste Kids

Labor in Nepal:
In the past years there has been a moderate enhancement in order to eliminate the worst forms of child labor and forced labor. Unfortunately these positive trends were offset by the current COVID-19 pandemic. Nepal faces systematic challenges primarily as a developing country, but also as a country where men, women and children are forced to migrate because of labor exploitation and forced labor. The migration by Nepalese youth is extensive and male dominated. The highest rates of labor outmigration are from rural areas. Female labor migration is mostly within Nepal, whereas male mostly move to other countries.
Approximately 5.7 million (80.8%) of workers in Nepal have informal jobs. The majority of workers in all sectors are in informal employment. The plight of Nepalese migrant workers is an issue of serious concern. With the livelihoods of the nearly 3.5 million Nepalis working and living abroad the remittances for Nepali households are declining.

#ngo #ngogermany #wecare #namaste #labor #nepal
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Labor in Nepal:
In the past years there has been a moderate enhancement in order to eliminate the worst forms of child labor and forced labor. Unfortunately these positive trends were offset by the current COVID-19 pandemic. Nepal faces systematic challenges primarily as a developing country, but also as a country where men, women and children are forced to migrate because of labor exploitation and forced labor. The migration by Nepalese youth is extensive and male dominated. The highest rates of labor outmigration are from rural areas. Female labor migration is mostly within Nepal, whereas male mostly move to other countries. 
Approximately 5.7 million (80.8%) of workers in Nepal have informal jobs. The majority of workers in all sectors are in informal employment. The plight of Nepalese migrant workers is an issue of serious concern. With the livelihoods of the nearly 3.5 million Nepalis working and living abroad the remittances for Nepali households are declining.

#ngo #ngogermany #wecare #namaste #labor #nepal
2 months ago
Namaste Kids

Majdur Diwas - Today is International Labor Day in Nepal. 🇳🇵 Especially in poor countries like Nepal labor isn’t something that is omnipresent and definitely not for everyone available. We want to focus on the difficult circumstances in Nepal today. Especially for people from poor backgrounds like The Dalit - the untouchables it is difficult in every certain way.
Together we can make a difference! 💫

The next three days we will focus on one topic each:
1. Labor in Nepal
2. Child Labor
3. Our work and our impact

Have a lovely day and don’t forget to smile, spread love and be the change!💗

#childlabor #nepal #ngo #wecare #wecareforchildren #letsbethechange #internationallaborday #namaste #namastekids
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Majdur Diwas - Today is International Labor Day in Nepal. 🇳🇵 Especially in poor countries like Nepal labor isn’t something that is omnipresent and definitely not for everyone available. We want to focus on the difficult circumstances in Nepal today. Especially for people from poor backgrounds like The Dalit - the untouchables it is difficult in every certain way.
Together we can make a difference! 💫

The next three days we will focus on one topic each:
1. Labor in Nepal 
2. Child Labor
3. Our work and our impact 

Have a lovely day and don’t forget to smile, spread love and be the change!💗

#childlabor #nepal #ngo #wecare #wecareforchildren #letsbethechange #internationallaborday #namaste #namastekids
2 months ago
Namaste Kids

Team Thursday! 🙏

Sagun Gurung 🇳🇵
One of the founders. He is originally from Gorkha and he always wanted to work with children and help to make a change. 💫
Growing up and knowing what it’s like to live under poor circumstances he is happy that with Namaste Kids it is possible to make a change and to send hope to the children.🏫 🧒👦
With all his heart he wants to make a difference and is working hard and supporting the children and community where can!
Thank you for all your achievements so far 💗

#ngo #wecare #nongovernmentalorganization #nepal #childprotection #namastekids #nepalgerman #ngogermany #namaste #childsafety #communitysupport
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2 months ago
Namaste Kids

Team Thursday 💫
We are starting to introduce one member of Namaste Kids every Thursday - so stay tuned.
Today let me introduce our founder Alex to you!

After studying medicine in Göttingen until 2016 he is finishing up his residency as a pediatrician at the moment.

As a student he worked in a hospital in Nepal. The encounter with the people - especially the children, has changed his life a lot. Never before has he seen such poverty and at the same time so much friendliness and joy of life.

In 2015 he founded Namaste Kids together with social engaging friends in Nepal one month before the devastating earthquakes. From the beginning, it was his aim to improve educational opportunities and health care, especially for those children who live in remote areas. It is important that the development has a lasting and sustainable impact, with the aim of enabling people to free themselves on their own from the vicious circle of poverty, lack of education and dependence.

With all his effort he is creating new ideas to improve the work a little bit more every day. Seeing that what we do has a real impact and is changing things is making him and us feel greatly encouraged. 🥰
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Team Thursday 💫 
We are starting to introduce one member of Namaste Kids every Thursday - so stay tuned.
Today let me introduce our founder Alex to you!

After studying medicine in Göttingen until 2016 he is finishing up his residency as a pediatrician at the moment.

As a student he worked in a hospital in Nepal. The encounter with the people - especially the children, has changed his life a lot. Never before has he seen such poverty and at the same time so much friendliness and joy of life.

In 2015 he founded Namaste Kids together with social engaging friends in Nepal one month before the devastating earthquakes. From the beginning, it was his aim to improve educational opportunities and health care, especially for those children who live in remote areas. It is important that the development has a lasting and sustainable impact, with the aim of enabling people to free themselves on their own from the vicious circle of poverty, lack of education and dependence.

With all his effort he is creating new ideas to improve the work a little bit more every day. Seeing that what we do has a real impact and is changing things is making him and us feel greatly encouraged. 🥰
2 months ago
Namaste Kids

Stay tuned! We have something special coming up on Thursday 🤫

Any guesses? 🤔 Let us know below! 🙏

#ngo #nepal #namastekids #namaste #wecare #wecareforchildren #socialimpact #nongovernmentalorganization #nepalisbeautiful
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Stay tuned! We have something special coming up on Thursday 🤫 

Any guesses? 🤔 Let us know below! 🙏

#ngo #nepal #namastekids #namaste #wecare #wecareforchildren #socialimpact #nongovernmentalorganization #nepalisbeautiful
2 months ago
Namaste Kids

Namaste everyone 🙏
This is part 2 of our little annual review! 🌅

In September it was possible to finally buy a Jeep by three single donations for this purpose. This was a great accomplishment and is very helpful and money saving to reach the remote areas we are working in! 🛻
Many thanks to the District Team and the Godparents.

Moving on to the end of September schools opened after the lockdown. 🦠
Also, with the help from the Godparents Namaste Kids worked hard and managed to get a special approval from the government to support the children in the care of us, while every road was closed each business stopped and incoming sources for most of the people disappeared overall the country. So, we were able to provide those children a stable support of the most needed things still on a regular base. It was challenging, even more than usual.
We also considered the children’s education during the lockdown, when all schools remain closed until the end of 2020. While building small learning groups and wearing masks it was possible to go to school and receive import education which gives significantly better prospects for their future. 🏫📚

The last couple of months in 2020 were quite difficult. We had some exceptional serious and comparatively rare cases of ill children that were in need of hospital treatment. Cancer, Congenital heart defects or bone infections need special treatment and of cause every hospitalization is also expensive. Also, this was challenging to find the right (often expensive) hospitals with the right motivation, experience and equipment for the children’s necessary treatment. Many of our team spent hours and hours by travelling between the hospitals, networking the blood banks in order to get blood units for the right blood groups, taking care of the children before, after and while their time in hospital. 🏥Everything during this time of fear and danger of Corona infection. Our Case Management Team, which is part of the Child Sponsorship and consisting of German doctors as well as specialists from other fields was helping to find the best opportunities. With the help of donation from inside and outside the organization it was possible to afford the lifesaving treatment and operations for all of these children, which makes us more than happy. In some of these cases the treatment is still going on.

Beside the education, medical care and assistance of the children in the care of us is one of the most fundamental parts of our work.
We are happy for all the support and we want to thank everyone, especially our relentless team in the districts, in our office and in Germany for making 2020 a year where we accomplished a lot! ♥️
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2 months ago
Namaste Kids

Namaste everyone 🙏
Today we want to start with the first out of two posts of our annual review for 2020!

It has been a year with huge changes not only in Germany and Nepal but worldwide.
Lets start the annual review in February 2020 with Mr. Gregor from Germany who visited his Godchild for the first time in Nepal. We are happy to see them connect and create these important memories together 👨‍👦

The Corona Virus 🦠 is definitely one of most challenging aspects in a country like Nepal. For all the kids that are in need of education and the possibility of going to school is necessary it means a great loss when school remains closed. For the around 400 children in the regular care of us, we managed tuition in small groups with teachers to provide further education and preparation for their exams during the months of lockdown 🎒

With the money raised separately between April and September it was possible for us to distribute over 15.000 masks for schools, hygiene articles, food and much more to support nearly 1.000 households of the weakest and poorest during this crisis for several months in the Areas/Districts of Kaski, Tanahun, Bandipur, Ghiring, Gorkha, Nawalpur, Syangja, Dhading, Lamjung, Rupandehi and Kapilvastu. The masks were contribute just in time for the reopening of the schools so it was possible for the children to attend classes quicker 📚 📖

With 2020 continuing in July we officially started Phase I of the Health Care Service in the Machhapuchhre Municipality, Ward no.3 in Kaski, Nepal. Nepal’s Himalayan terrain has always provided challenges for infrastructural improvements in health service delivery. As a part of Namaste Kids Child Protection and Devolpment Network (CPDN) it is one of our primary aims to expand Primary Health Care Services to rural and disadvantaged populations.
Phase I and Phase II (out of 5) emphasize the implementation of an integrated and high-quality maternal, newborn and child health service. In order with that the coverage and quality of immunization procedures will improve and preventable maternal newborn and infant deaths will be reduced 👩‍🍼 Upcoming phases will stabilize and further improve the quality of all basic and necessary community health services 🏥

We would like to take the chance and thank all the generous donors, godparents and helping hands for making a huge difference in 2020. The upcoming 2nd part of the annual review for 2020 we will inform among others about what has been happening related to our Child Sponsorship Program.

We are very thankful for the good collaboration with the people and administration as well and are looking forward to new achievements!
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5 months ago
Namaste Kids

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT for the Position of Health Care Assistant / Medical Superintendent / Head of the unit

(for English please scroll down)

कर्मचारी आवश्यकता
जिम्मेवारी
– हाम्रो देखवाल अन्तर्गतका बच्चाहरूको निरीक्षण, निदान र उपचारको माध्यमबाट बच्चाको विकासमा चिकित्सा ज्ञान र सीपहरू लागु गर्नु पर्नेछ ।
– नवजात शिशु र साना बच्चाहरूको स्वास्थ्य र सामान्य शारीरिक विकासको जाँच र रेकर्ड गर्न नियमित गहन परीक्षणहरू सञ्चालन गर्नु पर्नेछ ।
– बिरामी बच्चाहरूलाई तिनीहरूको स्वास्थ्य अवस्था निर्धारण गर्न र लक्षणहरूको बारेमा जानकारी लिन सहज ज्ञानमुलक प्रश्नहरू सोध्नु पर्नेछ।
– नन् – एण्ड प्यारामेडिकल टोलीको प्रबन्ध, प्रशिक्षण र सुपरिवेक्षण गर्नु पर्नेछ ।
– बच्चाहरू, अभिभावक र समुदायलाई पोषण, सरसफाइ र अन्य रोग रोकथाम विधिहरूमा सल्लाह र सुझाव दिनु पर्नेछ ।
– सुचना प्रोटोकोलहरू र विश्वव्यापी सावधानीहरूको साथ कुपोषणको मामिलाहरूको उपचारमा संग्लग्न हुन तत्पर रहनु पर्नेछ।
– वर्तमान बाल चिकित्सा देखवाल प्रबन्धनमा प्रस्ताव गर्नु पर्नेछ र एक पटक बाल सल्लाहकारबाट अनुमोदन भएमा लागु गर्नु पर्नेछ।
– डि मल्टि डिस्प्लेनरी लाई जारी प्रशिक्षण दिएर हेरचाहको गुण सुनिश्चित गर्दै चिकित्सा र प्यारामेडिकल टोली, जटिल मामिलाहरूको समीक्षा र प्राविधिक सल्लाह प्रदान गर्दै बिरामीहरू र परिवारहरूलाई उपचारको बारेमा जानकारी दिइरहनु पर्छ साथै जाँच गरेको बारेका उनीहरूलाई बुझाउनु पर्नेछ ।
– व्यावसायिक स्वायत्तता र गोपनीयतालाई सम्मान गर्नु पर्नेछ र बिरामीहरू र उनीहरूको हेरचाह कर्ताप्रति राम्रो दृष्टिकोण र बेडसाइड व्यहोरा प्रदर्शन गर्नु पर्नेछ ।
– कार्य प्रवाहकहरुको उचित कार्यको निरीक्षण गर्नु पर्नेछ ।
– हेरचाहको गुणस्तर सुधार गर्ने दृष्टिकोणको साथ डेटा विश्लेषण, अनुगमन र रिर्पोट तयार गरी योगदान पुर्याउनु पर्नेछ ।
– बाल रोग, सामुदायिक औषधि, सेमिनार र सम्मेलनहरूमा भाग लिदै सबै भन्दा राम्रो अभ्यासमा उन्नतिको सुनिक्षितता गर्नु पर्नेछ ।

हाम्रो गतिविधिहरू र आवश्यकताहरूमा निर्भर गर्दै, तपाईको जिम्मेवारीहरू अनुकुलित गर्न सकिन्छ र परियोजनाहरूको ढाँचा अनुसार परिमार्जित हुन सक्छ। तपाई एक्लै यी चुनौतीहरूको सामना गर्नु पर्ने छैन अन्य नमस्ते किड्स समुहका सदस्यहरू (दुबै अन्तर्राष्ट्रिय र स्थानीय क्षेत्रमा काममा लिइएको कर्मचारीहरू) ले व्यापक दिशानिर्देशहरू र प्रोटोकलहरू सहित विशेषज्ञता र प्राविधिक सहयोग प्रदान गर्नेछन्।

आवश्यकताहरु
– हेल्थ एसिस्टेन्ट् वा सो सरह योग्यता भएको हुनु पर्नेछ ।
– औषधि अभ्यास गर्न मान्य इजाजत–पत्र प्रदान गरेको हुनु पर्नेछ ।
– न्युनतम चार वर्षको कार्य अनुभव भएको हुनु पर्नेछ ।
– बच्चाहरूको महामारी विज्ञान, संक्रामक रोगहरू र खोपका बारे गहन ज्ञान भएको हुनु पर्नेछ ।
– भर्खर व्यावहारिक र क्लिनिकल अनुभव (पछिल्लो २ महिना भित्र कम्तिमा छ महिनाको लागि कुनै स्वास्थ्य संस्थामा काम गरेको हुनु पर्ने)।
– आईटी कौशल (माइक्रोसफ्ट एक्सेल, वर्ड) ।
– नेपाली र आधारभुत अंग्रेजी भाषामा राम्रो ज्ञान ।
– न्युनतम २ बर्षको लागि संस्थामा आबद्ध हुनुपर्ने ।
– नमस्ते किड्सको काम, मानहरू र दिशानिर्देशमा प्रतिबद्ध रहनु पर्नेछ ।
– दुर्गम क्षेत्र मा काम गर्न प्रतिबद्ध रहनु पर्नेछ ।
– समुहमा काम गर्न सक्ने क्षमता भएको हुनु पर्नेछ ।
– नेपालको सम्पुर्ण ग्रामीण क्षेत्रमा काम गर्न इच्छुक हुनु पर्नेछ ।
– एक महत्वाकांक्षी र समाधान उन्मुख दृष्टिकोण संग आत्मा संचालित ।
– अरूलाई प्रशिक्षण दिन सक्ने क्षमता ।
– मानवीय सन्दर्भमा कार्य अनुभव भएकोलाई प्रमुख प्राथमिकता दिईनेछ ।
– सीमित सामग्री र संसाधनहरूको उपयोग गरि स्वायत्त रूपमा काम गर्ने क्षमता ।

सेवा सुबिधा
– सुरुवाती मासिक तलब औसत भन्दा बढि हुनेछ, पछि विशेषज्ञता र अनुभवको आधारमा थप गरिनेछ ।
– फिल्डको को लागी यातायातको व्यवस्था संस्थाबाट हुनेछ ।
– फिल्ड को लागि खाना तथा आवासको व्यवस्था संस्थाबाट गरिनेछ ।
माग संख्या : १ जना महिला/पुरुष

आवश्यक कागजातहरु
१. नेपाली नागरिकताको प्रमाण–पत्र प्रतिलिपि १ थान ।
२. आवश्यक शैक्षिक योग्यताको प्रमाण–पत्र प्रतिलिपि १ थान ।
३. कार्यअनुभवको प्रमाण–पत्र प्रतितिति १ थान
४. अन्य सिप मुलक तालिमको प्रमाण– पत्र प्रतितिति १ थान (भएमा) ।
५. हाल सालै खिचेको पासर्पोट साइज फोटो ३ प्रति ।

सेवा प्रवाह गर्नुपर्ने संस्थाको विवरण :
संस्थाको नाम : नमस्ते किड्स
स्थान : पोखरा–८, सभागृह पथ
सम्पर्क नं. : ०६१–५२१७०५, ९८०४१४३०७९
Email : office@namaste-kids.org

Responsibilities:
• Apply medical knowledge and skills to the child development
through observation, diagnosis and treatment of children under
our care
• Conduct regular thorough examinations on newborns and
young children to check and record their health and normal
physical development
• Examine sick children to determine their condition and ask
intuitive questions to gather information about symptoms
• Manage, train and supervise the non- and paramedical team
• Advice and educate children, parents and community in
nutrition, hygiene and other disease prevention methods
• Treat cases of malnutrition in line with protocols and universal
precautions
• Propose modifications to current paediatric care management,
implementing them once approved by the paediatric adviser
• Ensure quality of care by giving ongoing training to the
multidisciplinary medical/paramedical team, reviewing
complicated cases and providing technical advice
• Keep patients and families informed of the treatment to be
followed, checking that they have understood
• Ensure that professional autonomy and confidentiality are
respected, and demonstrate a good attitude and bedside
manner towards patients and their caregivers
• Monitor the proper functioning of the workflow
• Contribute to data analysis, monitoring and reporting with a
view to improving quality of care
• Keep abreast of advancements in pediatrics, community
medicine and best practices by attending seminars and
conferences

Depending on our activities and needs, your responsibilities may be adapted and evolve according to the specific projects.
You will not face these challenges alone; other Namaste Kids team members (both international and locally hired staff) will provide expertise and technical support, including comprehensive guidelines and protocols.

Requirements:
• Medical degree / Nursing degree / Health assistant degree
• Valid license to practice medicine
• Paediatrics experience
• In depth knowledge of children epidemiology, infectious
diseases and vaccination standards
• Recent practical/clinical experience (at least six months within
the last 24 months)
• IT skills (minimum Excel, Word)
• Fluency in Nepali and basic English
• Available for a minimum of 4 years
• Commitment to Namaste Kid‘s work, values and guidelines
• Commitment to work in the field
• Strong team player
• Willingness to work in all kinds of contexts inside Nepal
including rural areas (in the field)
• Self-driven with an ambitious and solution-orientated approach
• Ability to train others
• Minimum of two years relevant professional experience post
training
• Ability to work autonomously with limited materials and
resources

Merits:
• Starting gross monthly salary is above average, with
subsequent increases based on expertise and experience.
• Round-trip transportation to the field
• Accommodation in the field

We would be pleased to receive your application. Please contact us on directly facebook or via:

Tel: (+977) 061 521705
Email: office@namaste-kids.org
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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT for the Position of Health Care Assistant / Medical Superintendent / Head of the unit

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कर्मचारी आवश्यकता
जिम्मेवारी 
– हाम्रो देखवाल अन्तर्गतका बच्चाहरूको निरीक्षण, निदान र उपचारको माध्यमबाट बच्चाको विकासमा चिकित्सा ज्ञान र सीपहरू लागु गर्नु पर्नेछ । 
– नवजात शिशु र साना बच्चाहरूको स्वास्थ्य र सामान्य शारीरिक विकासको जाँच र रेकर्ड गर्न नियमित गहन परीक्षणहरू सञ्चालन गर्नु पर्नेछ । 
– बिरामी बच्चाहरूलाई तिनीहरूको स्वास्थ्य अवस्था निर्धारण गर्न र लक्षणहरूको बारेमा जानकारी लिन सहज ज्ञानमुलक प्रश्नहरू सोध्नु पर्नेछ। 
– नन् – एण्ड प्यारामेडिकल टोलीको प्रबन्ध, प्रशिक्षण र सुपरिवेक्षण गर्नु पर्नेछ । 
– बच्चाहरू, अभिभावक र समुदायलाई पोषण, सरसफाइ र अन्य रोग रोकथाम विधिहरूमा सल्लाह र सुझाव दिनु पर्नेछ । 
– सुचना प्रोटोकोलहरू र विश्वव्यापी सावधानीहरूको साथ कुपोषणको मामिलाहरूको उपचारमा संग्लग्न हुन तत्पर रहनु पर्नेछ। 
– वर्तमान बाल चिकित्सा देखवाल प्रबन्धनमा प्रस्ताव गर्नु पर्नेछ र एक पटक बाल सल्लाहकारबाट अनुमोदन भएमा लागु गर्नु पर्नेछ। 
– डि मल्टि डिस्प्लेनरी लाई जारी प्रशिक्षण दिएर हेरचाहको गुण सुनिश्चित गर्दै चिकित्सा र प्यारामेडिकल टोली, जटिल मामिलाहरूको समीक्षा र प्राविधिक सल्लाह प्रदान गर्दै बिरामीहरू र परिवारहरूलाई उपचारको बारेमा जानकारी दिइरहनु पर्छ साथै जाँच गरेको बारेका उनीहरूलाई बुझाउनु पर्नेछ । 
– व्यावसायिक स्वायत्तता र गोपनीयतालाई सम्मान गर्नु पर्नेछ र बिरामीहरू र उनीहरूको हेरचाह कर्ताप्रति राम्रो दृष्टिकोण र बेडसाइड व्यहोरा प्रदर्शन गर्नु पर्नेछ । 
– कार्य प्रवाहकहरुको उचित कार्यको निरीक्षण गर्नु पर्नेछ । 
– हेरचाहको गुणस्तर सुधार गर्ने दृष्टिकोणको साथ डेटा विश्लेषण, अनुगमन र रिर्पोट तयार गरी योगदान पुर्याउनु पर्नेछ  । 
– बाल रोग, सामुदायिक औषधि, सेमिनार र सम्मेलनहरूमा भाग लिदै सबै भन्दा राम्रो अभ्यासमा उन्नतिको सुनिक्षितता गर्नु पर्नेछ । 

हाम्रो गतिविधिहरू र आवश्यकताहरूमा निर्भर गर्दै, तपाईको जिम्मेवारीहरू अनुकुलित गर्न सकिन्छ र परियोजनाहरूको ढाँचा अनुसार परिमार्जित हुन सक्छ। तपाई एक्लै यी चुनौतीहरूको सामना गर्नु पर्ने छैन अन्य नमस्ते किड्स समुहका सदस्यहरू (दुबै अन्तर्राष्ट्रिय र स्थानीय क्षेत्रमा काममा लिइएको कर्मचारीहरू) ले व्यापक दिशानिर्देशहरू र प्रोटोकलहरू सहित विशेषज्ञता र प्राविधिक सहयोग प्रदान गर्नेछन्। 

आवश्यकताहरु 
– हेल्थ एसिस्टेन्ट् वा सो सरह योग्यता भएको हुनु पर्नेछ । 
– औषधि अभ्यास गर्न मान्य इजाजत–पत्र प्रदान गरेको हुनु पर्नेछ । 
– न्युनतम चार वर्षको कार्य अनुभव भएको हुनु पर्नेछ । 
– बच्चाहरूको महामारी विज्ञान, संक्रामक रोगहरू र खोपका बारे गहन ज्ञान भएको हुनु पर्नेछ । 
– भर्खर व्यावहारिक र क्लिनिकल अनुभव (पछिल्लो २ महिना भित्र कम्तिमा छ महिनाको लागि कुनै स्वास्थ्य संस्थामा काम गरेको हुनु पर्ने)। 
– आईटी कौशल (माइक्रोसफ्ट एक्सेल, वर्ड) । 
– नेपाली र आधारभुत अंग्रेजी भाषामा राम्रो ज्ञान । 
– न्युनतम २ बर्षको लागि संस्थामा आबद्ध हुनुपर्ने । 
– नमस्ते किड्सको काम, मानहरू र दिशानिर्देशमा प्रतिबद्ध रहनु पर्नेछ । 
– दुर्गम क्षेत्र मा काम गर्न प्रतिबद्ध रहनु पर्नेछ । 
– समुहमा काम गर्न सक्ने क्षमता  भएको हुनु पर्नेछ । 
– नेपालको सम्पुर्ण ग्रामीण क्षेत्रमा काम गर्न इच्छुक हुनु पर्नेछ । 
– एक महत्वाकांक्षी र समाधान उन्मुख दृष्टिकोण संग आत्मा संचालित । 
– अरूलाई प्रशिक्षण दिन सक्ने क्षमता । 
– मानवीय सन्दर्भमा कार्य अनुभव भएकोलाई प्रमुख प्राथमिकता दिईनेछ । 
– सीमित सामग्री र संसाधनहरूको उपयोग गरि स्वायत्त रूपमा काम गर्ने क्षमता । 

सेवा सुबिधा
– सुरुवाती मासिक तलब औसत भन्दा बढि हुनेछ, पछि विशेषज्ञता र अनुभवको आधारमा थप गरिनेछ । 
– फिल्डको को लागी यातायातको व्यवस्था संस्थाबाट हुनेछ । 
– फिल्ड को लागि खाना तथा आवासको व्यवस्था संस्थाबाट गरिनेछ । 
माग संख्या : १ जना महिला/पुरुष 

आवश्यक कागजातहरु 
१. नेपाली नागरिकताको प्रमाण–पत्र प्रतिलिपि १ थान । 
२. आवश्यक शैक्षिक योग्यताको प्रमाण–पत्र प्रतिलिपि १ थान । 
३. कार्यअनुभवको प्रमाण–पत्र प्रतितिति १ थान 
४. अन्य सिप मुलक तालिमको प्रमाण– पत्र प्रतितिति १ थान (भएमा) । 
५. हाल सालै खिचेको पासर्पोट साइज फोटो ३ प्रति । 

सेवा प्रवाह गर्नुपर्ने संस्थाको विवरण : 
संस्थाको नाम : नमस्ते किड्स 
स्थान : पोखरा–८, सभागृह पथ 
सम्पर्क नं. : ०६१–५२१७०५, ९८०४१४३०७९ 
Email : office@namaste-kids.org

Responsibilities:
• Apply medical knowledge and skills to the child development 
   through observation, diagnosis and treatment of children under 
   our care
• Conduct regular thorough examinations on newborns and 
   young children to check and record their health and normal 
   physical development
• Examine sick children to determine their condition and ask 
   intuitive questions to gather information about symptoms
• Manage, train and supervise the non- and paramedical team
• Advice and educate children, parents and community in 
   nutrition, hygiene and other disease prevention methods
• Treat cases of malnutrition in line with protocols and universal 
   precautions
• Propose modifications to current paediatric care management,  
   implementing them once approved by the paediatric adviser
• Ensure quality of care by giving ongoing training to the 
   multidisciplinary medical/paramedical team, reviewing 
   complicated cases and providing technical advice
• Keep patients and families informed of the treatment to be 
   followed, checking that they have understood
• Ensure that professional autonomy and confidentiality are  
   respected, and demonstrate a good attitude and bedside 
   manner towards patients and their caregivers
• Monitor the proper functioning of the workflow 
• Contribute to data analysis, monitoring and reporting with a  
   view to improving quality of care
• Keep abreast of advancements in pediatrics, community 
   medicine and best practices by attending seminars and 
   conferences

Depending on our activities and needs, your responsibilities may be adapted and evolve according to the specific projects.
You will not face these challenges alone; other Namaste Kids team members (both international and locally hired staff) will provide expertise and technical support, including comprehensive guidelines and protocols.

Requirements:
• Medical degree / Nursing degree / Health assistant degree
• Valid license to practice medicine
• Paediatrics experience 
• In depth knowledge of children epidemiology, infectious   
   diseases and vaccination standards
• Recent practical/clinical experience (at least six months within 
   the last 24 months)
• IT skills (minimum Excel, Word)
• Fluency in Nepali and basic English
• Available for a minimum of 4 years
• Commitment to Namaste Kid‘s work, values and guidelines
• Commitment to work in the field
• Strong team player
• Willingness to work in all kinds of contexts inside Nepal 
   including rural areas (in the field)
• Self-driven with an ambitious and solution-orientated approach
• Ability to train others 
• Minimum of two years relevant professional experience post 
   training
• Ability to work autonomously with limited materials and 
   resources

Merits:
• Starting gross monthly salary is above average, with 
   subsequent increases based on expertise and experience.
• Round-trip transportation to the field
• Accommodation in the field

We would be pleased to receive your application. Please contact us on directly facebook or via:

Tel:      (+977) 061 521705
Email:  office@namaste-kids.org
6 months ago
Namaste Kids

Namaste dear fellow readers, today we would like to give you a small picture documentation about the learning time of the children in our care by sponsorship during Corona times and lockdown. We continuously kept in touch with the schools and our employees, caretakers and all helpers have invested a lot of time in training and giving tuition to the children in all districts. It was studied in small groups, or even in one-to-one as it is important to engage the children to believe in their own strengths and to nurture their talents individually. In the past months some of the children needed ample treatment in cases of critical or even life-threatening diseases. For them our team organized tuition during their time of post-treatment recovery. Thanks to that the students are now well-prepared at the time of restart of school.
Many thanks to our whole team in Nepal and in Germany for your efforts.

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9 months ago
Namaste Kids

Our Mission: The realisation of Children's Rights

As an opportunity of the recent Children's Day in Nepal we would like to turn the spotlight on the fundamental topic of Children's Rights.

One of our Working Groups, the CPDN (Child Protection and Development Network) aims to develope and promote children’s right to an education, healthy and sustainable development.

Etymologically, the term “child” origins from the Latin infans which means ” the one who does not speak “. Biologicaly, this term designates the child from its birth, up to the puberty. Biological and other defintions can vary.

Children’s rights are human rights specifically adapted to the child because they take into account his fragility, specificities and age-appropriate needs.

Children’s rights also consider the necessity of development of the child. The children thus have the right to live and to develop suitably physically and intellectually.

Children’s rights plan to satisfy the essential needs for a good development of the child, such as the access to an appropriate alimentation, to necessary care, to education, to live without any kind of discrimination, the right to a healthy development, the right to life, the right to dignity through the protection of physical and mental integrity (such as protection against slavery, torture and bad treatments).

Children’s rights consider the vulnerable character of the child. They imply the necessity to protect them. It means to grant a particular assistance to them and to give a protection adapted to their age and to their degree of maturity.
So, the children have to be helped and supported and must be protected against violence of their rights.

Children’s rights are human rights. They protect the child as a human being. As human rights, children’s rights are constituted by fundamental guarantees and essential human rights:

Children’s rights are civil and political rights, such as the right to identity, the right to a nationality.

Children’s rights are economic, social and cultural rights, such as the right to education, the right to a decent standard of living, the right to health.

Children’s rights include individual rights: such as the right to live with his parents, the right of education, the right to benefit from a protection, the right of a healthy environment or the right to be protected from child labour.

Children’s rights also include collective rights: rights of refugee and disabled children, of minority children or from autochtonous groups.

Day by day everyone of our Team is working on to develop, fulfill and protect these rights, especially for the most vulnerable children. Many thanks to our whole team!
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9 months ago
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Protection of children's rights is very important to us, thank you very much for your support
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10 months ago
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Namaste Kids was out on November 27, 2019 (2076-08-11) for Shree Araniko Higher Secondary School in Bhanu Parish wada No. 13 Thulodhunga, Tanahun. We also provided 30 students with missing school supplies there. It's great to see where some of everyone's donations go to. They give hope to the children. For these children, who previously had little reason to be optimistic about their future, a solid school education now creates real prospects. With your support you are helping a growing generation with significantly better prospects for the future.
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10 months ago
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This year’s monsoon season has been disastrous for Nepal, in the past two months 301 people have been killed in landslides all over the country.
With the monsoons at their height, floods and landslides, triggered by continuous rainfall, caused massive damages across the country and claimed many lives.
A number of houses have been swept away by the landslide in Marsyangdi Rural Municipality-3 of Lamjung district. Victims of the landslide have been accommodated in schools and community settlements.

Houses were completely destroyed. Many people have lost their homes and had to be accommodated with friends or in public buildings. Houses had and must be resettled and rebuilt. Namaste Kids had been asked for Support by the local government.
With organizational energy and financial support from the godparents of children in the care of us, who are living in this area we were able to provide immediately complete roofs for four houses. We couldn't have intervened that quickly without the help of the godparents. Many thanks also to our District Team Anil Gurung and Divya Gurung of Lamjung for the gorgeous management and their dedication to help the people who lost their homes.
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10 months ago
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Kalika (Nepali कालिका) is a city (municipality) in the central Terai of Nepal in the Chitwan district, it is 252 meters above sea level. The urban area covers 102.1 km². We would like to inform you today abouzt our School Uniform project took place on April 17th (Magh 1, 2076), for the Shree Jamunapur Secondar School in Kalika Rural Municipality-6 Chitwan ,Nepal. These projects aim to improve the education system through creating a sense of belonging to the students by letting them know that they deserve the right to learn and the lack of school Uniforms shouldn’t stand in their way. Namaste Kids provided school sweter and Trousers for 50 Students of this school. We want to thank our team members in Nepal who travel tirelessly for hours (even days) to directly deliver the school supplies. Winter can be long and tough in Nepal especially if you don’t have warm clothes. Buildings in Nepal including Stepping Stone aren’t insulated and at night it is often the same temperature inside as it is outside. Every year, hundreds in Nepal die from exposure-related illnesses, due to a lack of warm clothing and insulation in their homes. Thousands more suffer tremendously in the cold. In the regions at higher altitude especially, the mortality amongst small children is still the highest in the world.

Thanks to all contributors. Namaste 🙏
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10 months ago
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Today we would like to share another project with you. On December 28, 2019 (2076-09-06) for Shree Baharahi Elementary School in Suklagandaki Wada No. 12 Badada Tanahun. A total of 25 children in this school were provided with missing school materials so that they can learn successfully and are well prepared. The 1546 km² district is located in the center of Nepal in the foothills of the Himalayas, it is one of 77 districts in Nepal. We thank all helpers and supporters. We really appreciate your help.

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11 months ago
Namaste Kids

Typhus always affects people in Nepal.

Typhoid fever is triggered by the Salmonella species Salmonella typhi, which is widespread worldwide, and leads to a serious general illness after an incubation period of 1-3 weeks. The transmission takes place through contaminated food or drinking water.

After absorption via the intestine, sepsis occurs, i.e. for flushing the germs into the bloodstream and for distribution throughout the body. Severe diarrhea, impaired consciousness until death are the result. In addition to high fever over 40 ° there is a remarkably slow pulse, swelling of the spleen and possibly a rash. The therapy consists in the administration of antibiotics. Hygiene measures are particularly necessary for prophylaxis.

We as a team are always at the side of our children and families.

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Typhus always affects people in Nepal. 

Typhoid fever is triggered by the Salmonella species Salmonella typhi, which is widespread worldwide, and leads to a serious general illness after an incubation period of 1-3 weeks. The transmission takes place through contaminated food or drinking water.

After absorption via the intestine, sepsis occurs, i.e. for flushing the germs into the bloodstream and for distribution throughout the body. Severe diarrhea, impaired consciousness until death are the result. In addition to high fever over 40 ° there is a remarkably slow pulse, swelling of the spleen and possibly a rash. The therapy consists in the administration of antibiotics. Hygiene measures are particularly necessary for prophylaxis.

We as a team are always at the side of our children and families.

Namaste 🙏
11 months ago
Namaste Kids

News: With the monsoon at its peak, floods and landslips triggered by continuous incessant rainfall have caused massive havoc across the nation. The last few days have claimed many lives. Houses have been complete destroyed, such as in the district of Lamjung. Houses have to be built new from scratch and for this the government also needs the support of Namaste Kids. If you would like Informations of our support please contact us.

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11 months ago
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Nepal’s Himalayan terrain has always provided challenges for infrastructural improvements in health service delivery. The delivery of PHC in Nepal is still based on networks on district level as well as on below district level health care facilities such as Sub-Health Posts. Only about 20 % of the Health Care facilities provide basic emergency obstetric care and around 55% provide basic delivery and newborn services.
As a part of Namaste Kids Child Protection and Devolpment Network (CPDN) it is one of our primary aims to expand Primary Health Care Services to rural and disadvantaged populations.

On July 17th, 2020 we officially started Phase I of the development plan to improve the health care service in the Machhapuchhre Village Municipality Ward no.3 in Kaski, Nepal.
Phase I and Phase II emphasize the implementation of an integrated and high-quality maternal, newborn and child health service. Improving coverage and quality of immunization procedures, prevention of mother-child-transmission (PMTCT), antenatal, intrapartum and postnatal period health services will be vital to reduce preventable maternal, newborn and infant deaths (according to the two global strategic plans, the ENAP and Strategies for Ending Preventable Maternal Mortality, EPMM).

Upcoming phases will stabilize and further improve the quality of all basic and necessary community health services. Phases III and IV focus on improving access to basic health services, including family planning, child health and safe motherhood, closer to rural households. We are going to contribute to provide educated manpower, such as female community health volunteers, basic health care services comprising the distribution of contraceptives, folic acid, Vitamin A and oral rehydration packets, as well as a community mental health program to combat common diseases like depression or epilepsy. On the grassroot level, the combination of Health Posts and Community Health Workers (CHW), e.g. female community health volunteers, is at the heart of PHC work in Nepal. It is our vision to create in each of our 49 project areas health care services with equitable access and quality service while encompassing the concepts of sustainability, full community participation, decentralization as well as gender equality and sensitivity, with an effective and efficient management, which includes referral strategies for complicated cases.
We would like to thank all the generous donors on the behalf of the people from the Machhapuchhre-3 Community.

We are very thankful for the good collaboration with the people and administration of the Machhapuchhre community and are looking forward to a sustainable partnership.
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11 months ago
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11 months ago
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On December 16, 2019 (2076-08-20) Namaste kids carried out school uniform, copy, pen and pencil project for the shree Bhagwati primary school in phedikhola rural municipality wada no.5 Seranchaur bage, Syangia Nepal.

The 1164 km² district is located in the center of Nepal in the foothills of the Himalayas. His district neighbors are in the north: Kaski, in the east: Tanahu, in the south Palpa and in the west: Gulmi and Parbat. The Kali Gandaki flows along the western and southern district borders, with the left tributary Aadhi Khola crossing the district.

For around much Nepali schools it is mandatory for the students to wear school uniforms. Due to poverty or sociology, economic circumstance the parents can not afford a uniform for their children. Or they can only afford one, which in most of the case gets destroyed by wearing it every day. We are happy that we were able to distribute the needed things for the total of 22 children who attend to classes at this school. It is always a marvellous moment to see the beaming smiles of the children, when they put their new uniform, copy ,pen and pencils on for the first time. Thank you everyone who made this possible.

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12 months ago
Namaste Kids

Namaste everyone.

We would like to inform you on the further actions Namaste Kids took in the last couple of weeks during the Corona- Pandemic crisis. As you know the lockdown have decimated incomes and threaten the food security of Nepal's rural population. Moreover, the already bad accessibilities to health care got worse. Families are facing lack of food as well as lack of hygiene articles and no access to health care. Namaste Kids begun distributing food supplies and hygiene products, to vulnerable families in their villages; neighbors, who have barely enough to feed their own families.

According to the Datasets from Nepal Demographic and Health Surveys (NDHS) for instance, most of the infant death occurs in Mountain regions and those residing in rural areas. More than a third of the U5MR is related to malnutrition. In the context of Namaste Kids Child Protection and Development Network (CPDN) conceived as community-based interventions and in cooperation with the local administrations we support health facilities in certain Districts, by providing anti-infection kit equipment for infection prevention and emergency assistance, as well as a regular support of child, newborn and maternal medical equipment and medical devices.
In the following we are sharing with you our latest activities in the context of the food distribution we took on June 11th to 13th 2020 in Gorkha and Bandipur Gaunpalika. Up to now we were able to feed about 4000 People for at least 1 to 2 months. We want to thank once again all of you who responded right away with your generous donations.

A special thanks to teachers, students and parents of the Max-Planck-Higher Secondary School in Göttingen/Germany. 🙏
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Namaste everyone. As promised, we are coming back to you with further information about the current situation in Nepal and our latest activities.
Nepal is now at the end of the 9th week of a complete lockdown. The situation before the pandemic was already serious and the current crisis is drastically worsening each day Nepal’s already known high levels of poverty. According to The United Nations child rights agency, Unicef Nepal is amongst the world’s poorest countries, ranking 148 out of 189, with around 25 % of the population below the official poverty line and living on less than 35 rupees (0,27 Euro) per day. Around five million people are starved within the country recording some of the highest child mortality and disease rates on the planet. Forty-eight percent of pregnant women in Nepal are anemic. Before the lockdown started, almost 850,000 children under five (27 %) were underweight. Similarly, 1.8 million adolescent girls and boys (32 %) were stunted (Unicef). These numbers have certainly increased due to the current pandemic situation. Malnutrition in children of Nepal has now become an increasing serious problem due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Unicef warns that around 4,000 children could die in Nepal in the next six months as the pandemic has crippled the healthcare system. A hunger crisis could overtake Nepal.

As we are able to witness ourselves by our work in the Districts of Gorkha, Dhading, Kaski, Tanahun, Nawalpur, Syangja, Rupandehi and Kapilvastu, most vulnerable people, especially children are facing lack of sufficient and nutrient food. Around two third of the population are working on a daily wage. Many daily wage workers are more scared about starving to death in the wake of loss of income while lockdown than from corona-virus itself. Hundreds of people have died since lockdown because of non-virus-related reasons. The situation is more dangerous among the children. Acute respiratory infections and diarrhea, Some of Nepal’s leading causes of death among children under five, are linked to acute malnutrition, according to the Ministry of Health and Population. It means the Nepali children are at a ‘double risk’ of the Covid-19 and malnutrition if we do not act immediately. The Covid-19 is causing interruptions in medical supply and food chains and straining financial and human resources.

Namaste Kids is giving its best in the last couple of weeks to provide what is urgently needed the most right now: food and hygiene products. In cooperation with the local government we chose the most desperate families in the 2 villages of Ghachok and Lahachok. There were 115 families in total and approximately around 800 children, grown-ups and old people. Food and hygiene products for at least 1 month were given to them personally. The program was taken out according the recommendations of physical/social distancing to avoid being exposed to this virus and slowing its spread, since people can spread the virus before they know they are sick. We want to thank once again all the gracious people who are helping us and making it possible for us to help this families.
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दुख काे बेला ठिकछ सयाेग गर्नु भाे धन्यवाद तर सबुन हाेइना सबुन काे ठाउमा एक किलाे चामल भये के हुन्थे हाे एक छाक टरथे हाेलानि

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