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Kindness in Action: Building a New Home for Miss Sunita

Updated: Nov 2, 2023


Miss Sunita

Welcoming at the office
DWC volunteers with CP Nepal's staff

Mark Twain once said: “Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.”


We are delighted to welcome six wonderful volunteers from Developing World Connections who have recently joined our amazing community! This text seems to be well-written and error-free. However, I can still provide a revised version to make it more concise and easier to understand:


The hard work and dedication of our team is truly inspiring. We are making great progress in building a new home for Miss Sunita, an 11-year-old Grade 4 student who has shown incredible resilience despite coming from an underprivileged background. She is receiving support from a Dutch charity for her education and life skills.


Currently, Miss Sunita is living in a rundown and almost collapsing house. However, with financial assistance from DWC and the construction committee of CP Nepal, we have access to skilled local manpower who will lead the construction work. We cannot express enough gratitude to DWC and its volunteers for their unwavering support. We are confident that this act of kindness will have a lasting impact not only on Miss Sunita's life but also on the entire local community.



Welcoming by Indreni Mothers' Group at the Working Site

The volunteers are full of enthusiasm and joy to be here, ready to start building a new home for Miss Sunita. In Nepal, owning a house signifies financial stability and social status. However, due to Nepal's challenging socio-economic environment, many families, especially those from underprivileged backgrounds, cannot afford to own a house. This project is an excellent opportunity to help make this dream a reality for Miss Sunita and her family. They are working closely with the locals, hand in hand, to construct a home that we are confident Miss Sunita and her family will cherish for many years to come. We are immensely grateful for all the support we have received and are excited to see this project become a reality.

We look forward to seeing the results of our work and the impact it will have on Miss Sunita and her family.


Sunita with her father

Our community would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to DWC and the volunteers for their extraordinary generosity and kindness. Your support is invaluable to us, and we are excited to partner with you in creating a brighter future for Miss Sunita and her family. Thank you so much for your continued efforts. Your support is invaluable and your kindness will never be forgotten.






Let's join hands and make a real difference together!


Note: Currently, 84.7% of households in Nepal reported living in their own houses. This number has decreased from 87.2% in 2014/15. Around 13% of households in Nepal reside in rented houses.

https://reliefweb.int/report/nepal/nepal-annual-household-survey-201516#:~:text=Currently%2C%2084.7%25%20of%20the%20households,households%20reside%20in%20rented%20houses.










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