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Nepal Earthquake one year on

Nepal Monday, 25 April 2016

One year on from the Nepal Earthquake and we remember your amazing response that allowed us to source our first supplies of aid within days of the earthquake. 

Knitting for Nepal

Nepal Friday, 22 April 2016

Stand by Me supporters in Essex including David and Stella Luckock have been knitting teddies for children in Nepal who lost everything in the Nepal Earthquake. The children’s faces lit up with delight when they were given their teddies, handmade with love.

Sameer's new home

Nepal Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Sameer is just 5 years old. When the earthquake struck brave Sameer took his little sisters hand and lead her out into the open fields. His small house was completely destroyed but we’ve been able to help him and his parents by building him a new house.

Day of the girl

Nepal Monday, 12 October 2015

Thank you for standing with us to help girls in Nepal receive essential education and grow in confidence and self-worth.Read more about our work in...

Everything was gone

Nepal, Tuesday, 02 June 2015

Thanks to your generosity we have provided relief to an area in Nepal through our partner. This district was one of the worst affected areas and su...

Building homes in Nepal

Nepal, Friday, 22 May 2015

The amazing response to our Nepal Earthquake Appeal has already helped hundreds of people with immediate relief of food and tarpaulin. We will main...

Reaching the people of Nepal with urgent relief

Nepal, Thursday, 07 May 2015

Thank you for standing by the people in Nepal through the Stand by Me Earthquake Appeal. Your generosity has already helped bring vital relief to f...

Nepal Earthquake Appeal

Nepal, Friday, 01 May 2015

Stand by Me has been caring for needy children in Nepal since 2010 in our hostel. On Saturday a devastating earthquake hit Nepal, causing destructi...

The holidays at our Nepal hostel

Nepal, Thursday, 23 April 2015

Anjali is a feisty eight year old girl with a great attitude for trying anything and working hard at it. She is amazingly co-ordinate and has the a...

Jemma's trip to our Nepal Hostel

Nepal, Friday, 05 September 2014

“On arriving in Nepal I felt like I was in another world, it was such a contrast from the UK but I loved it! It took a while to get used to the int...

Roda trains to become a nurse

Nepal, Friday, 03 January 2014

Roda Sunar is from a Dalit family background, a caste in her society known as ‘untouchables’ and for whom life is particularly harsh. They are the ...

When paths cross

Nepal, Friday, 31 August 2012

A young girl named Salomi recently joined our Children’s Home in Nepal. We asked our director to share the touching story of how he first came to k...

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