Malaki, The boy from Laprak

Our last trip to Gorkha region ended with bringing a 13 year old boy, Malaki (Shakti) back to Kathmandu. The rest of our trip report will follow soon.

Melaki is a 13 year old boy from Laprak, Gorkha region. He is the son of our advisor Aita Gurung. Last year I met his family two times and his 3 boys where realy fun to meet. At that time already I was amazed by the primitive and poor life.

This time even more as the oldest boy had a servere skin infection on his face and arms. It was spreading rapidly over the last few weeks. We decided to take him to a hospital. We still need to find the budget for his hospital bill and giving him the time to recover in Kathmandu.

Will you help Malaki?

You can with donating € 150,- so he can soon go back to his parents and get back to school! Please send me an email at  info@microcarenepal.org if you can help.

The second problem for the 13 year old Malaki Gurung is that he suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Syndrom. The Earthquake had a awful impact on the boy and his life. Now he has lots of fears ruling his life.

 Malaki feeling happy about the recovery of the skinnin his face and to return home to his village Laprak.

Malaki feeling happy about the recovery of the skinnin his face and to return home to his village Laprak.

 UPDATE!

We didn't got direct funding for Malaki after my previous post, but anyway Micro-Care Nepal supported his recovery!

Malaki going back home after healing almost completely from his skin infections. Happy to see how environment, hygiene and diversity of food affect the health of a child, and so quickly!

 All dealing exited Malaki recovered so greatly after a week in Kathmandu.  

All dealing exited Malaki recovered so greatly after a week in Kathmandu.  

 Mother took great care of the boy, telling him to eat her healthy food on time. 

Mother took great care of the boy, telling him to eat her healthy food on time. 

Together with his father, advisor of Micro-Care Nepal, he will go back to their primitive home in Laprak. Hopefully they will get more healthy food soon from the greenhouse we made and hopefully he will stay more clean and hygienic as he learned during his stay with us last week in Kathmandu.

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