Child Haven International is mainly known for its homes for destitute children, but thanks to the support of our generous donors and volunteers we are able to help many people in many different circumstances. In our latest newsletter we brought you the story of a young girl in Nepal, the struggle she endured due to a rare medical condition, and how CHI was able to help her and her family. Here is her story from the Summer 2013 CHI Newsletter – Bonnie Lore section. Continue reading
We strongly encourage our interns to take periodic days off from the children and the home and get out into the surrounding area to experience the unique culture and atmosphere of the area. This is an account from an intern who did just that while staying at the CHI home in Kathmandu, Nepal.
I recently had the opportunity to visit Kathmandu’s famous “Monkey Temple”. The real name for this ancient hilltop religious complex is Swayambhunath, the Tibetan name meaning “Sublime Trees”. Continue reading