Through major donor support, ChoraChori and the Mithila Wildlife Trust are building a new children's learning centre in Dhanusha District, south Nepal, It may look like a battleground rather than anything else, but these images received yesterday show the start of something really positive for girls from terribly poor and marginalised communities in south Nepal.
ChoraChori coordinates life-saving food relief work in south Nepal during lockdown. ChoraChori, in partnership with UK charities Gandys Foundation and Last Night a DJ Saved My Life has provided funding support to the Mithila Wildlife Trust to provide food relief to marginalised communities in south Nepal during lockdown. Further to our previous post and report
ChoraChori has risen to the challenge of preventing starvation of vulnerable people in Nepal during lockdown. Click on this image to read our report on lockdown food relief in Nepal. Compliments to our project partners, ChoraChori-Nepal and Mithila Wildlife Trust, on their remarkable achievements and huge thanks to our ever-generous supporters!
By any standards, ChoraChori had a remarkable year in 2019 at home and abroad. We've been a little quiet over the past couple of months in terms of blogging, a reflection of just how busy it always is at the start of a new financial year (which for us begins on the 1st January). You
ChoraChori is very pleased to announce that we have joined hands with a second Nepalese NGO partner, the Mithila Wildlife Trust. In a blog post last December, we stated our intention to extend our work in support of the victims of child rape into Dhanusha, south Nepal. That remains our goal however, following a visit
ChoraChori has empowered 17 year old Liza from Dhanusha District, southeast Nepal, into taking action against those who gang-raped her. When Liza (name changed) first came to ChoraChori's Children's Refuge and Rehabilitation Centre (CRRC) in June this year she was profoundly traumatised, withdrawn and suffering from panic attacks. For she had just been the victim
After a long time away from home, a ChoraChori field team has returned from Delhi to Kathmandu with seven rescued displaced Nepalese boys. Success - at last - and after a very arduous trip to Delhi. Here is the anatomy of what happened to give you an idea of just how challenging a cross-border rescue
In Nepal it's easy to find appropriate girl trainees for an all-expenses-paid residential tailoring course, right? Wrong. ChoraChori's basic tailoring course offers a very attractive training package for a girl from an impoverished rural community. A trainee can join a six-month-long residential course with all costs met by ChoraChori and even receive a small training