Distributing packages separately prepared by our team and Nari Shakti cooperative”
Rita Pukurti Rita, 25, of Lubhu, Ward No 2 gave birth to her second daughter about two weeks ago. Both mother and child are living inside a makeshift tarpaulin shelter. Her baby is suffering from yellow fever and she seemed very worried. Her husband works for wages at a small furniture shop. The family has no other source of income.
Rita received a bag of new mother supplies and a cash gift of NPR 2000 for her child’s treatment through Nehi Fund.
Dalit families in Gairi Gaun are living in these tarpaulin shelters
The house looks fine at first glance but is completely cracked and uninhabitable
Locals pose for a picture in front of their damaged homes
Tulasha Damai of Lubhu VDC, Ward No 2, gave birth to her fourth child soon after the earthquake Her family is living inside a cramped temporary shelter. Tulasha’s health is improving but her baby is suffering from pneumonia. Her husband is a roadside tailor. The family has no other source of income.
Tulasha was very happy to receive a bag of new mother supplies and a cash gift of NPR 2000 for her child’s treatment through Nehi Fund.