More MicroAid in Nepal
Namaste MicroAid supporters:
MicroAid has started another project in Nepal. We’re doing a home repair for another earthquake-survivor family in the Kathmandu Valley town of Bhaktapur.
This time, we are helping the Gyamaru family by making their home livable again. Even though it looks OK from the outside, the interior walls and floors were severely damaged.
MicroAid is reinforcing the walls and adding a center structural support column, and repairing the floors and ceilings.
Many homes were destroyed in the earthquake in 2015 (we built a new one for the Balram family in 2016), but many others were so damaged that they were unsafe to live in.
Earlier this year, MicroAid repaired a house for the Syama family, so that they could live in a safe home and get back to their normal life.
Now we will do the same for the Gyamarus.
Thank you for your help growing MicroAid to the point where we can do multiple project in one year—I am even prepping another project in Paraguay, where severe flooding has left many families homeless.
We really are making a huge difference in people’s lives—directly, efficiently, and completely. Not many other organizations have the kind of transparency and effectiveness that we do.
I am so happy that MicroAid can help people return to self-sufficiency.
Please make another donation so we can continue this essential work—in Nepal and around the world.