Last clothing to families in Necha

 Two families: Micro-Care Nepal was able to give clothing to almost all these children. 

Two families: Micro-Care Nepal was able to give clothing to almost all these children. 

2015/08/16 
The first thing I did was to go with Rohit’s uncle to give the last of the clothing to some disadvantaged families living further downhill. You could see these families were really poor. Their reaction to receiving the clothes was really nice to see. Unfortunately there were more boys than girls in these 3 families so we couldn't provide all the children with new clothes. I should be satisfied and I was for the most part but wished I could have given something to every child. After breakfast I collected my things, packed my bag and went up to the market. I visited the butchers’ quarters and they were pleased to have their photos taken. 

 Two little sisters.

Two little sisters.

 Happy with her Jip and Janneke t-shirt.

Happy with her Jip and Janneke t-shirt.

 Mother and her daughter with a new shirt. 

Mother and her daughter with a new shirt. 

At the market there was a display from a big foundation from the United States. They had posters about hygiene, family planning, contraception and nutrition. There was also a speaker who explained the programme and encouraged people to come, see and listen. I talked to one of the people from the foundation who was managing the event. He told me that this programme was being run in 41 of Nepal’s 75 districts. I was enthusiastic about their project but could see that a lot of people were just passing by without taking much notice.
There was no interaction with the people other than presenting the information and hoping that they would adopt and apply it. I realized that Micro-Care Nepal Foundation should create an active and interactive way of raising these issues. 

 Father showing his son’s damaged clothing. I think these families are the really worthy recipients of Micro-Care Nepal’s clothing.

Father showing his son’s damaged clothing. I think these families are the really worthy recipients of Micro-Care Nepal’s clothing.

 Mother and her 4 year old child who has just received a new t-shirt.

Mother and her 4 year old child who has just received a new t-shirt.

 These 3 children all received new clothes from Micro-Care Nepal.

These 3 children all received new clothes from Micro-Care Nepal.

 Handing over bandages, syringes and needles given by Dutch donors to the Necha Community Hospital. 

Handing over bandages, syringes and needles given by Dutch donors to the Necha Community Hospital. 

After visiting the market the walk started from Necha to Okhaldunga.

 Village blacksmith.

Village blacksmith.

 Family going to shop for fruit and vegetables. 

Family going to shop for fruit and vegetables. 

 Girl selling onions, ginger and tobacco leaves.

Girl selling onions, ginger and tobacco leaves.

 Butchers proud to pose with their meat. 

Butchers proud to pose with their meat. 

 This husband and wife work every Thursday, butchering animals that are sold in the market. 

This husband and wife work every Thursday, butchering animals that are sold in the market. 

 Weighing meat for a customer.

Weighing meat for a customer.

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