We introduce the staff of Gospel Home who are supporting Gospel Aid
With your cooperation, together we can create jobs for the Badi people, end forced prostitution, and witness the transformation of Nepal!My Thoughts
Representative, Alpha Press
For a world where children can dream and turn them into reality!
Deputy Director, At Home English School. Gospel Choir Director, Voices of the Light.
I want to lend my energy in a tangible way to change someone's future.
Employee, Toyota Motor Corp
I want us to share the joy of living together during this time period.
Gospel Singer, Choir Director, Vocal Trainer
Through the Gospel songs of Hope, I want to let people know that everyone is loved and respected.
Badi is our precious family.
Gospel Aid is also involved in developing websites and applications for our cause. In Nepal, we offer vocational training using IT to make way for independence. Also we train fellows who work together.
When I went to Nepal, to visit the Badi girls, I realized that they have a fighting spirit in them.
Almost as if, they don't need my help, or anyone's help for that matter. They have the resolve to fight. For their rights and for their people.
Seeing this, I was more than encouraged. Not merely to help them because they are helpless. But to fight alongside them on the frontlines. My aim is to use my skills to fully support the Badi girls in their journey to achieve their dreams. And I'm thankful to be working alongside like-minded individuals who share the same vision.
I would like to strive for children to have love and hope.
Born into the Badi tribe, Sita was educated in Kathmandu with the help of a support group.
At university, she majored in Social Welfare and completed her masters program.
Ever since, she has been supporting the Badi children who are suffering from neglect, abandonment and poverty.
She is one of founding members of Gospel Home, established in April 2019 with the support of Gospel Aid.
Sita is working hard every day to Rescue and Raise Badi Children and Restore the lives of the Badi people.
She is expected to become a leader capable of changing Nepal.
He was born into a similar lower caste (outcast) as the Badi
His father is a trusted figure among the local community and became a member of the local council.
Following in his father's footsteps, Aryan majored in Social Welfare with the hope of helping people and society.
Aryan was a classmate of Sita at university and now he is supporting her as her right hand man.