How you’re helping families in Nepal

Thank you to all our wonderful supporters who have donated to help us bring clean water to Nepal. Here are just a few of the many people that you’ve helped with your generosity.

Thank you to all our wonderful supporters who have donated to help us bring clean water to Nepal.

Here are just a few of the many people that you’ve helped with your generosity.

“Thank you for giving us water. Before the earthquake, we had to spend long hours to get water, and it was difficult to get drinking water. But now, we have water source so near, it is so much easier to cook food for my child before sending her to school on time. I don’t need to stand in queue for water. Water comes to our house.”

— Tirsana Achaya and her son Aman (Sindhupalchok, Nepal)

“I cannot even imagine myself being able to live here if the tap hadn’t been rehabilitated. Life would have been really hard…

You helped us and I would like to thank you for that. Since you supported us in such a difficult situation, I hope you will continue to support us in these normal times as well.”

— Muna Tamang Giri (Sindhupalchok, Nepal)

“When we achieved what we dreamed, I was and I still am so happy for the whole village and the children from here. It was like a dream for me.

I would like to say that you are such lucky parents to have all the facilities in all your schools. We are also hoping to have the same facilities for our children too, in our whole community and the whole country. So please help us, your small help can change our life.”

— Tara Bhatt (Baitadi, Nepal)

“Before this project, people were dying. They would be working and carrying water all day. Now our lives have totally changed because of this program.

I don’t know what to say, but I just want to thank everyone for helping us. We have been able to see the brighter side of life so I want to say thank you to everyone who has helped us.”

— Madhuri Devi Mahara (Darchula, Nepal)

“Thank you for coming all the way to this small remote community in Nepal to know about one small drinking water supply scheme, my family and my community. I am very happy for being able to become a medium to share about the life and community here to a much wider audience.”

— Betra Bahadur Khadka (Sindhupalchok, Nepal)