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Supply Distribution and Children’s Human Rights

Hello from Namaste Team. Today we will talk about the distribution of basic goods (e.g. dish and cookware) and bedclothes in Bhimtal village in Sindhupalchok District.
Goods like dish and cookware is essential for daily life. However, for disaster victims who are struggling to make ends meet every day, it is not easy to buy the supply. Some families are under strained circumstances where subvention is not left after buying food.

JEN hopes distribution of dish, cookware, and blankets for winter help ease up disaster victims’ family budget.




Victims are in economic difficulty after disaster. In this situation, there may be a risk of human-rights abuse especially for girls. The legal age for marriage is 18 in Nepal, but some girls are forced to marry young, at the age of 14 or so, from dire poverty.

JEN believes it is important to continue the support talked above to protect the human rights of children.

Your kind contribution will be delivered to people who were affected by the disaster through JEN.

October 1, 2015 in Nepal |