Another Project In Nepal Complete
While the world is focused on the latest disasters, MicroAid continues to help survivors who lost their homes in the 2015 earthquake in Nepal.
MicroAid just completed another repair/retrofit for a family in Nepal, where 750,000 homes were destroyed in 2015—very few have been rebuilt.
Around the world, MicroAid is quietly and consistently getting people back into permanent homes and back to their normal lives, long after the world’s attention has moved on. MicroAid works in places where there are no social safety nets, no insurance, no FEMA, and no real government assistance.
Rest assured that MicroAid will extend our help to hurricane survivors in the Caribbean even after they are no longer in the news. MicroAid will rebuild permanent homes and replace people’s tools so they can return to self-sufficiency.
While your hearts are open and you are looking for ways to help people affected by tragedy, please donate now so we will have the funds to help the hurricane survivors down the line.
Here is the Gyamaru family in Nepal and the home that MicroAid recently repaired for them—the house was too dangerous to live in before we helped.
The family is so grateful that MicroAid showed up, even though it’s been more than two years since the earthquake.
(during MicroAid repair)
MicroAid is grateful to you, too—for your support and encouragement and vision.
I hope you and your family are healthy, happy, and secure.
Wishing you all the best,