Otroci sonca – Nepalčki iz sirotišnice v Khandbariju

Izgubiti starše in ne imeti sorodnikov, ki bi te lahko vzeli k sebi, je nekaj najhujšega kar se ti lahko kot otroku zgodi. Če si doma iz obupno revnega Nepala je vse še mnogo huje. Nobenega crkljanja, igranja, nobene podpore, spodbude…A v Nepalu se k temu priključi še obupna revščina: pomanjkanje hrane, oblačil, tudi šola še zdaleč ni samo po sebi umevna. Lansko leto, ko smo začeli s pomočjo, je bilo šest otrok zaradi slabe prehranjenosti ponoči že slepih, pestile pa so jih tudi stalne driske, ker so zaradi varčevanja z gorivom jedli napol surov riž.

Januarja bo minilo prvo leto našega delovanja in veseli smo lahko vsi. Mi tukaj in mali v Khandbariju: otroci so oblečeni, siti, imajo knjige in barvice, ki so tako strašno imenitne. Na tem mestu bi se rada zahvalila vsem posameznikom, ki ste darovali denar in čudovita oblačila ter podjetju EUROCOM za darovane šolske potrebščine. 

 Dunja, ena najbolj fejst punc kar sem jih imela srečo spoznati, je pred kratkim preživela 16 dni kot prostovljka v sirotišnici. Če vas zanima poročilo iz prve roke, kakšno je življenje v sirotišnici v tako imenovanih državah v razvoju, potem kliknite SEM. Za ogled fotografij na Dunjinem blogu, kliknite na veliko fotografijo v besedilu, da se vam bo odprl spletni album Picasa.

Seveda pa pozivam vse bralke in bralce, da se moji družini in Dunji pridružite pri pomoči tem ubogim, a hkrati izjemno pridnim, nadarjenim in prizadevnim otrokom. Iščem sponzorje za vsakega od njih, da bodo po osnovni šoli lahko nadaljeval šolanje. Lepo, lepo prosim, da se odzovete vsi, ki na mesec lahko namenite 20 EUR, saj s tem dobesedno rešite mladoletna dekleta pred poroko in življenjem v kuhinji. Prav tako pa , če koga zanima prostovoljstvo: malo igranja, učenja, zabave, crkljanja, naj se mi čimprej javi.  Hvala vsem, ki vam ni vseeno in veste da otroci potrebujejo starše…vsaj tiste nadomestne.

Adijo, uške

Priprava kosila

Pisanje domače naloge

Juhej, piknik!

Lepotica

Za 500 EUR....

Toplina zimske jakne

Dunja, mi te ne damo!

Blaženost ob dobrotah

Mnogo več najdete na DUNJEVANJU

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5 Responses to Otroci sonca – Nepalčki iz sirotišnice v Khandbariju

  1. Naja says:

    Pri nas smo že odločeni. Vsak se bo odpovedal nepotrebnemu čvekanju po mobiju pa bomo pri plačilu položnic prihranili za šolanje enega od teh osirotelih sončkov. V bistvu dve muhi na mah – sonček bo prišel do poklica, naše buče bodo pa malo manj prežarčene. Se ti oglasim na mail, da mi daš navodila.
    P.s. Dunja je pa res krasna punca pa kako zabavno piše, pa krasne fotke dela.
    Hvala za post in upam, da bo bomo “rešili” čim več malih Nepalčkov.
    Naja

  2. Janez says:

    Tanja, hvala tebi in tvoji prijateljici Dunji. Vajino razdajanje ne samo, da je občudovanja vredno, v meni in verjamem, da še pri kateremu bralcu tvojega bloga, je zbudilo željo in potrebo po sodelovanju( mogoče tudi malo slabe vesti, saj se vse preveč zmrdujemo nad življenjem, katerega živimo). Prijatelji bodo sicer opazili, da letos na smučanju ne bom čisto ves nov, bom pa toliko bolj z veseljem smučal, saj vem, da bo zaradi tega “odrekanja” ogromno veselja v Nepalu. Če bo le mogoče, pa bom tiste kraje tudi sam obiskal, pri čemer računam na vajino pomoč(informacijsko). Bravo.

  3. Liam says:

    Dearest, you’re my greatest inspiration becuase of the fact that despite your severe illness you see the pain and suffering around yourself. And help those in need. It’s amazing how you find the energy to do all that you do. It seems almost miraculous to me. I’ve discussed all this with N and we agreed that we are going to visit Khandbari ten or so days prior to our stay in India. The world needs more doers and less talkers (blah, blahers, that is.) Much love!!

  4. iamforchange says:

    You are an awesome and beautiful human being and soul. I can’t read the words yet I get the message so how may I assist you? I love your pages… Thank you for sharing them.

    • Tanja says:

      Thank you so much for your comment. It made my day, right upon getting up. I’m so sorry about the language barrier and hope goggle translator can help you. These are the kids, the orphans from a small orphanage in Nepal, from the village of Khandbari, which is in the East of the country. My family has been helping them with funds and sponsorship for a year now. Because they have absolutely no other source. Nothing. And when we started 8 out of 10 suffered night blindness and constant diarrhea due to severe and prolonged malnutrition. My friend just visited them a couple of weeks ago and we sent her the funds to buy them all that was needed (clothes, linen, shoes, chairs, food….). She worked there as a volunteer and otherwise she’s a teacher, used to working with kids on a daily basis. And she just couldn’t comprehend it. How different they are from the kids in Europe. They do everything by themselves without being pushed and begged by anyone: they learn, do their homework, they clean, cook, help one another….Here is the link to her blog (in Slovene again) but at least you can have a look at the pics:
      http://www.i-sola.net/dunja/?p=114

      Simply click on the picture in the text and other pics will open up for you. If you can help me in any way to raise more funds or if you know someone who would want to volunteer, please let me know. The kids crave attention because they never get any. They want to hug and snuggle and hold hands…basically they need someone who’d be their mom or dad even if for just a short time.
      All the very best and thanks so much for understanding the suffered and needy children.

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