The pandemic lockdown has compelled these native people to go back to their previous lifestyle of living in the woods, searching and feeding on the Gittha-Vyakur plant which is often bitter and sometimes results in food poisoning. The absence of health services sometimes worsens the case. Also, children are having no opportunity to get their education due to schools closed down. And having their children at home all day is difficult for parents are unable to provide mid-day meals for them.
But many praises to the Lord! In southern Nepal 30 kg of rice to each one hundred families was distributed by RHMI during the pandemic lockdown recently.
A huge difference was realized among those destitute, deprived and underprivileged villagers, especially in the moment where they needed generous sponsors like you the most. –’A friend in need is a friend indeed.’- This is what transforming lives and impacting people really means.
Dear partners, your generosity and prayers encourages all of us as we do our best for the Lord.
Thank you for teaching us wonderful life lessons of imitating Jesus through actions.