September 2015

  • Girls from Parapokar Orphanage

    Girls from Parapokar Orphanage

    Having returned from Gorkha yesterday, my remaining day was taken up meeting the girls from Parapokar Orphanage. What a difference a year has made to these girls. Beautiful, tall and oh so grown up. KIKN sponsor 5 girls from the oldest established orphanage in Kathmandu. They are all high achievers. Three of them are in

    Read More
    0
  • 12045244_1165234136824695_3423052754397999846_o

    Bamboo School in Gorkha

    As part of her trip to Kathmandu this September/October Lai See has been visiting some of the outlying areas that were very badly affected by the earthquake around Gorkha visiting some children and schools that are being helped by another locally based organisation in the UK, Progress Nepal, who we may be working with more

    Read More
    0
  • banner

    KIKN new website launch

    As of Thursday 24th September KIKN now has a brand new website. It provides a long overdue update with current news, some very refreshing images and information on KIKN’s current projects. You will find details of the schools / orphanages/ disabled home we support and much much more.

    Read More
    0
  • 10514240_1164600570221385_5771835987819797173_o

    Children from Neel Barahi School

    Some of KIKN sponsored children came for their sponsors letters, something they all look forward to each year when I get here.. Uma gave them goodies to enjoy at the same time.They all have grown taller but not as much as Uma’s lot. They are all studying hard. I am reminded not to say ‘

    Read More
    0
  • 00223

    8th Annual Trip to Kathmandu

    In April , I made an unscheduled trip to Kathmandu from Malaysia. A short trip which lasted only 5 days. It was a very enjoyable time out for both Uma and me with the children. A week later, Nepal was hit by the most devastating earthquake since the 1920s.

    Read More
    0