“Thank you so much for taking the time to show me around the very impressive house reconstruction project! It was very well managed and executed.” – Mihika, a field representative from GlobalGiving, was visiting earthquake recovery projects in Nepal. One of the sites she visited in Nuwakot was the village […]
The Tributaries International mental health team recently returned from training in Myanmar and Nepal. These seminars equipped 48 new informal service providers. The team did a two-day follow-up for 15 church leaders trained last year in Myanmar. “Sons and Daughters” One follow-up participant said, “I’m an introvert but when I […]
We are getting more requests for mental health training in all parts of the world, which is both heartbreaking and wonderful. Heartbreaking because so many people are suffering. People are displaced, abused, trapped in conflict and poverty and hopelessness. Yet, it is wonderful because people find hope and practical help […]
“Now I can keep my all grain and harvest in the house, and all the family members are together!” This is the report from a farmer in Nuwakot district, where 88% of the homes were destroyed in Nepal’s 2015 earthquakes. Hope for Nepal used a grant from GlobalGiving to rebuild […]
“We give the food and love, but it’s not enough. Their need is inside.” Hannah cares for 64 orphaned children. She had just finished a TI training seminar.
Homes in Nuwakot are being rebuilt after last year’s devastating earthquakes in Nepal.
We don’t often think of places like Pakistan or Liberia when we think of Christmas music, but as Arif says: “All cultures and societies have great differences, but Jesus and His love are the same everywhere.”
Blending their voices and bending their knees, Arif and Kanvee have poured their hearts out into the songs they have put together. As the wise men traveled from afar and came together to pay tribute and give gifts to the newborn King, so everyone involved in this project does the same.
This summer, a mental health team from Tributaries International trained over 200 service providers in four nations. “This has helped us so much even in this short time,” Says one church leader. “People have noticed the change.”
Seventy-one informal care providers received training in basic mental health and trauma in August. Participants were among those responding after the April 25 earthquake and the following aftershocks through the church and through Hope for Nepal, a local organization that organized the seminars.