Origin of the building.
A young women, Mangali, was taken to the Healthpost of Keronja in the Ganesh Himal. She had a swollen foot and the tissue of the big toe was dead, by gangrene.
Mangali was advised to travel
A decision was taken quickly and a few days later she was carried to Arughat/Dhading which took three days. From there she took the bus to kathmandu, traveling on a poor road.
Managali's leg was amputated to just below the knee and we paid for a year of staying in a home for disabled women. Here she would learn a profession and getting used to walking with an artificial leg.
An NGO in
Together with the Dutch NGO Wilde Ganzen, a total a amount of Euro 70,000 was collected.
In 2006 the new building was opened. It also had space for 55 children of the DRC.
Together with DRC, we give computer, knitting and sewing training for women and children.There are now 25 women taking a course and 55 children stay in the building.
For more information, see www.sponsortrek.nlRob Kölber Chairman Sponsortrek
Other woman in the old project . Mangali (to the right) after the amputation.
After collecting money together with "Wilde Ganzen", we could start the building very soon
The building has been built in a for Nepal very short time, this thanks Tendy Sherpa Iceland Trekking!
26 October 2006: Opening of the building
by Mangali Gurung from Keronja, after amputation of her leg she has a new life
now and she gives
lessons in knitting to other disabled woman in the project and she is also cooking in the nice kitchen.
The building was big enough to adopt 55 children from the Disabled Rehabilitation Centre Nepal. This NGO gives lodging and training to about
50 disabled- and orphan kids. Now it is one project together with the woman.
We bought 6 computers and 6 sewing machines and the trainings are running very well!