Sunita Tamang is a 19 year old graduate of Kailash Home. She recently received the Subject Achiever Award for the highest mark in English in the whole of Trinity College. She is currently in her first year at university, working toward a Bachelor’s Degree in social work.
Sunita is also a great athlete! In 2017, she ran the Everest Base Camp Marathon as part of the Kailash Home team. She aspires to also become a basketball player and currently plays as a part of her college team. She was selected to be part of the National Roll Ball team representing Nepal in Bangladesh. Roll Ball is a newer sport played with skates and a basketball.
Congratulations Sunita! We can’t wait to follow your continued successes in the future!
In 2001, with open arms, we welcomed a 10 year old girl, named Pema Gurung to Kailash Home. She was an orphan from the Dolpa Disrict of Nepal. Dolpa is a very isolated part of the region; so isolated that in 2014, it still did not have any roads connecting it to the rest of the world.
Very early in life, Pema knew what she wanted to do. She always dreamed of bringing awareness about better health and nutrition, family planning, and more to the isolated villages she knew so well from her youth.
During her studies, Pema gave several presentations in community schools in the area. She also volunteered to bring awareness to the children of Dolpa, teaching them about the nutrients of different foods. Pema even addressed the issue of transmittable diseases and STDs to adult audiences.
In the aftermath of the 2015 earthquake, Pema also joined one of the first groups venturing in the mountains to help victims.
After years at Kailash home, she graduated in July 2017 from Karnali College of Health & Sciences in Kathmandu with Bachelors Degree in Public Health (BPH). Now, with her Bachelor Degree in hand, she is working to create a long term career. Pema is a wonderful young lady, and we are so very proud of all she has accomplished and to know she calls Kailash her home. Congratulations Pema!
This #GivingTuesday help the students of Kailash Home by contributing whatever you can to fundraising efforts toward the purchase of a new bus.
Our current bus is over 12 years old and desperately in need of a replacement. No amount is too small, and every little bit will help us reach our $28,000 goal. What can you donate today?
Thank you in advance for your support in this effort! We are so grateful for our wonderful international community!
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