ENABLING DEPRIVED WOMEN AND CHILDREN TO REGAIN AN INDEPENDENT,
DECENT AND DIGNIFIED LIFE IN SOCIETY BY TECHNICALLY AND SPIRITUALLY EMPOWERING THEM.

Recent Activities

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    Stress Relief Program at Birgunj Jail

    On March 25, 2015 Setu Nepal conducted a Stress Relief Program for both male and female prisoners separately at the Birgunj Jail located in Parsa District. There were around 60/75 women prisoners and 500/1100 male prisoners who attended the program. Besides them, the staff members of the prison were also involved in the program. Setu Nepal organized the program in coordination with Jeevan Bigyan Kendra...
    April 5, 2015
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    The Festival of Color with colorful kids

    Holi festival has various cultural significances. One among them, It is the festive day to end and rid oneself of past errors, end conflicts by meeting others. Holi also marks the start of spring and for many the start of new year. Children at Setu transit home celebrated holi with mother, staff and volunteer. They enjoyed playing Holi with colors, water, sweets and music. We, Setu Nepal would like...
    March 30, 2015
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    A fatherly gesture

    Setu Nepal would like to express its gratitude to Mr. Sanjya Rimal, a nepali well wisher who is going to support for the education of Laxmi for a year. Laxmi was rescued from the western part of Nepal whose mother is being treated for her mental problem as well as HIV. Laxmi is 4 years old now and is living in SETU home since one year. Mr. Sanjya Rimal who is living in USA with his family met Laxmi...
    March 30, 2015
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    Donation of grinder-mixer

    Aarati house of Setu Nepal has received a generous donation from the  volunteer Ms. Linda . She was involved at Aarati house for two days, in January 2015. In spite of her very short time volunteering  Ms. Linda donated Nrs .5,000 to the children of Aarati House of SETU Nepal for buying a Grinder/Mixture for the kitchen of Aarati house  The children and staffs are very grateful for her help.
    January 30, 2015
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    Donations from Hannah

    Aarati house of Setu Nepal has received a generous donation from the US volunteer Hannah. She was involved at Aarati house for two weeks, in December 2014 -January 2015. Ms. Hannah donated Nrs.10,000 to the children of Aarati House of SETU Nepal for buying a Gas heater and a thermos for the children to protect them from cold in winter season. The children and staffs are very grateful for her help.
    January 30, 2015
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    Family Connection

    As a child, one thing we all remember about our school life are those short breaks from the chilled weather. Winter vacations are not just an escape from cold but a time to feel warm and cozy around family. Nepalese would basically define those winter days as time for enjoying oranges and peanuts in the sun and a wonderful time to bond with the family members. Children specially are always eagerly...
    January 21, 2015
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    Stress Relief Program at Chitwon Jail

    On January 3rd, 2015 Setu Nepal conducted a Stress Relief Program for both male and female prisoners at the Bharatpur Jail located in Chitwan District. More than 100 participants attended the program. Setu Nepal organized the program in coordination with Jeevan Bigyan Kendra (an institute focused on self-knowledge and self-discovery) with the aim of improving the situation of prisoners, particularly...
    January 16, 2015
  • Thanks Ms. Belu for your kind donation

    Setu Nepal and the inhabitants of Setu's home would like to thank Ms. Belu Basnet a social hearted lady from Bhaktapur for her generous donation of sake of rice every month from the beginning of the Nepali year (2071 BS, 14th of May 2014). Her support will cover the consumption of rice for four children and the mother (the care taker) who are infected and affected by HIV and stay in Setu transit home...
    May 4, 2014
  • Celebration of Mother’s Day at Setu Home and Birgunj Jail

    In Nepal, family is extremely important and Nepalis are always very respectful towards their parents. Mother’s Day is a large festival when Nepalis traditionally give gifts and food to their mothers. The mothers in return give blessings to their children. It becomes a very emotional time! At Setu Nepal Transit home , we surprised our mothers  with children full of gifts and sweets. Each mother blessed...
    May 4, 2014
  • Setu’s home coming to life

    Recently, thanks to the help and kind support of Australian volunteers, Setu Nepal opened a transit home to give shelter to deprived children, either affected by HIV or other kind of deprivation. We welcomed four children and the mother of one of them lives in our house as a care taker, a way to give her job and shelter, as she didn't have any place to live. We also aim to support the children...
    March 14, 2014