Chandani, 7 years old.
She was rescued from a village in West Nepal in July, 2019.
The father who had been ill for a long time, died leaving his wife and young children behind.
The mother earns a living by collecting gravel, but she cannot feed her children with the daily wage she gets.
After coming to Gospel Home
Chandini started receiving loving care from the staff and started attending school.
After the first semester, she received a lot of A and A+ in the first grade report.
Chandani's dream is to become a doctor and work for the poor. So that no one needs to die because there are no doctors to go to, just like her father.
Established in 2019 in Kathmandu city, with the help of local leaders.
Currently, seven children have been rescued from villages and are living in the Home.
In addition to providing financial support for the Home, we also support the professional development of the staff, thus ensuring a smooth operation of the Home.
In order the make the dream of "I want to work in Japan" a reality, the kids are learning the Japanese language even in Kathmandu. Moreover, Esther Badi was able to spend a semester abroad, in Japan.
The Badi living in the villages in West Nepal can work only as day labourers and get sand-mining jobs, and as a result, are forced to live in poverty. If there is liquid income, it would be possible to live without the need to sell one's children. Given the urgency, a goat breeding project has been set up with the aim of providing for consistent income and a food supply. A pair of goats were sent to be bred in a village in western Nepal.
A farmland was aquired (under lease) for testing purposes in Surkhet, West Nepal, under the leadership of a local leader. Currently, we are trying to cultivate crops using natural and organic farming techniques.
At a workshop in Kathmandu, jewelry accessories are being manufactured. They are imported into Japan and sold in the Japanese market in cooperation with Badi Cafe.
We buy coffee beans from Nepal, import and sell them in Japan in cooperation with Badi Cafe.
This is a big business that can start with just a small (sewing) machine. We manufacture textile products along with providing vocational training.
Gospel Aid is also working on website and mobile application development.
In addition to providing vocational training using IT technology in Nepal to pave the way for their financial independence, we are also trying to raise colleagues to collaborate with.