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19.860 freshly made meals were cooked and distributed.
55 volunteers from Nepal and Europe distributed the meals.
50.000 portions of calcium for the monks of Segyu monastery.  
71.000 portions of fruit for the monks of Segyu monastery.  
20.000 carton food containers, forks and spoons.
1 motorbike for driving to food distribution locations.
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2 coordinators and 2 volunteers in Nepal also sponsored for the daily   cooking and distribution work.

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to all private sponsors and companies that made it possible to distribute
daily fresh meals to homeless people in different areas of Kathmandu.

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For your tremendous generosity, the spiritual heart essence for compassion, caring and sharing with others and the basis of continuous positive karma. Several research projects have shown that helping others has significant benefits, from making your chakras radiate and  ‘glow’ and  to reducing stress and anxiety and living longer!

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for generously heartfelt volunteering your time and donations. Your support allows us to continue to fulfil our mission and distribute Food to the Poor.

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if you make a regular, recurring donation, you are really helping the poor people in Nepal who depend on a daily meal. It helps enormously in reducing the risk of malnutrition, disease and premature death. Helping people living in these desperate conditions, a daily hot meal is fundamental.

Food for the Poor Nepal  –  Jan de Ruiter  –  Help in Action  Sharon Dawson  –  Enrica Mazzi

People in need of help, the disabled, children and the blind do not have the opportunity to come to a fixed location. We drive with 2 scooters and sometimes an extra car daily with 4 to 6 volunteers to different locations in Kathmandu to distribute meals. The vegetarian meals are freshly prepared daily and distributed hot.

Nitin Jain, a sponsor in New Delhi India has made a special donation to Segye Monastery in Kathmandu. A large amount of calcium in liquid form has been donated, which will provide all 140 monks with daily supplementary calcium for the next six months. Calcium is important for building and maintaining your bones and teeth. If you get enough calcium (lime), you are less likely to develop osteoporosis or osteoporosis later in life. Furthermore, you need calcium or lime for: proper functioning of nerves and muscles. The food in the monastery does not provide enough calcium, due to the low food budget, dairy products such as milk, cheese and yoghurt, legumes, vegetables and nuts, cheese, eggs and milk are not always sufficiently present in the menu.

A large amount of calcium in liquid form has been donated, which will provide all 140 monks with extra calcium daily for the next six months. Calcium is important for building and maintaining your bones and teeth. If you get enough calcium (lime), you are less likely to develop osteoporosis, or osteoporosis in later life. Furthermore, you need calcium or calcium for: proper functioning of nerves and muscles.
The food in the monastery does not provide enough calcium, due to the low food budget, dairy products such as milk, cheese and yoghurt, legumes, vegetables and nuts, cheese, eggs and milk are not always sufficiently present in the menu.

There are many poor men and women, disabled children and homeless people on the streets of Kathmandu. Would you like to become a regular sponsor for €10 a month.
A daily fresh meal costs just €1 – Sponsoring 10 meals a month would help enormously.

“Why Donate is the organisation that collects donations online for Food for the Poor Nepal. Payment methods include Credit Cards, iDEAL, SEPA Direct Debit, Bancontact, Sofort Banking, Giropay, MyBank, PayPal and bank transfers, making it easy for donors from around the world to donate to our charity.

Every donation is one meal for a desperate and hungry person

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Is to distribute freshley made meals for homeless and desperate people and their children. That's why we ask you to make it possible to continue our work every day in Kathmandu.

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