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Shobha Rai
Chairperson, NMG

Dear Respected Sir/Madam, I would like to express our thanks to our bighearted supporters, well- wishers and the entire staffs that have been a part of this miracle-drive. It is a great satisfaction every time I look back to our past achievements and always set newer targets. More outstandingly we have been able to touch and change more lives and bring out a smile in their faces and restore all their basic rights. …


In the last few years, under my leadership, and of course support of my colleagues, we have continuously made efforts to review our working methods and improve our partnership relationships in order to enhance the promotion and protection of child rights. In the year 2016/17 more and more problematical-problems are taken in hand even if we faced almost as many political uncertainties and challenges, and now it gives me a massive happiness every time I turn back at our past year achievements. It has been a wonderful year and memorable days for us. Our foremost focal point has been on edification and health sectors. We have been organizing number of projects for the assistance of those who had no access or those who are deprived of such fundamental rights.


One of the most honored words in Nepali has to be Matri which means mother. The word Matri is a very pious word and whosoever is called by the name is a person who sacrifices and prioritizes her children over anything. She is someone who natures, loves and adores her child. Similarly the word ‘Griha’ means a place (home) where a person is safe and secured. Thus, Nepal Matri Griha is a combined term indicating a place blessed where it hear the voice of deprived people, address the problems, bring aid or help, take care like a mother, address developmental aid and sustainable development forming a non- discriminatory society.

Working as a volunteer in Nepal Matri Griha (NMG)

When we left the Netherlands to go to Nepal Matri Griha, I was not sure what to expect and what my main activity was going to be at NMG. The center turned to be very good organized, so I could start directly to teach in the two little classes with disable children .I found that was very difficult to teach children that have different developmental level and have different problems.

Soon was made clear what kinds of exercises are good for the specific child. Most of the children were hungry for homework, which I enjoyed very much .The lessons and exercises were very different from those I’m used to in the Netherlands. We introduced some new methods of learning, more interactively, more use of lessons materials and so more drawings, coloring and arts. The reaction of the children for us was good sign to go on with this. It’s amazing how fast I get close to all children at both classes. When I looked at all the drawings, poems and flowers the children gave me. I was glad to see that they also enjoyed the time we’ve spent together. It’s nice to see that you can make things so clear with expressions and less words .It also very nice to see the improvements the children have made in the last five weeks in subjects like Maths, English and science. I hope that they will keep in mind the things that I taught them .I am very curious to see how the children will develop themselves, but I know Shobha, Bimal and the rests of the staff try the best they can for children. I’ve had a wonderful time and I hope to come back soon!!!  Thanks to everybody for very warm welcome every day again!!!!

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