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”You can never go far enough”

Patrick Sweeting (left) with Gobindra from Mission East’s local partner organisation, KIRDARC, on a road in Mugu District that is being built with manual labour. It will take years before it is completed. Photo: Mission East

The Mission East Country Director for Nepal realises that it can be expensive to work in the most remote parts of the country. But it is also necessary, he says, given that Mission East aims to reach the most vulnerable.

By Kim Wiesener, Communications Officer



”Man kan aldrig komme langt nok ud”

Patrick Sweeting (tv.) sammen med Gobindra fra den lokale samarbejdspartner KIRDARC i Mugu-distriktet på en vej, der er ved at blive etableret ved hjælp af manuel arbejdskraft. Det vil tage år, før den er færdigbygget. Foto: Mission Øst.

Lederen af Mission Østs arbejde i Nepal erkender, at det kan være dyrt at arbejde i de fjerneste egne af landet. Men det er også nødvendigt, understreger han, for Mission Øst vil nå de allermest udsatte.

Af Kim Wiesener, kommunikationsmedarbejder



The boy Ram now lives in dignity

Six-year old Ram was not born blind, but he was born poor. When he was four, he lost his eyesight after being beaten by his brothers.

A blind Nepalese boy was forced to live in a cowshed. Now Ram is flourishing at a home that is run by Mission East’s partner organisation, HEAD Nepal.

By Patrick Sweeting, Mission East Country Director, Nepal

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