Our manifesto for 2020!

2019 has been a remarkable year so far for ChoraChori in Nepal; we’re aiming higher in 2020.

 Girls in the garden of ChoraChori’s Child Trauma Management Centre in Kathmandu

At a time when the UK is gripped with enthusiasm (not) at the prospect of a pre-Christmas general election, it is perhaps timely to illustrate what we have achieved in the real world in the past year and present our brief and achievable manifesto for 2020. Please take a few minutes to review this no-frills document that highlights ChoraChori achievements and objectives and think about how you might be able to help us.

Do remember that we do not receive any government funding and are entirely reliant on grants and donations, including through gifts in wills.

Any ideas, please do send them to ChoraChori’s Founder, Philip Holmes.

 

Mental health art workshop at ChoraChori in Nepal

This month ChoraChori has hosted Colombian artist Dairo Vargas who has led a mental health art workshop at our facility in Nepal.

It’s been an exciting and colour-filled month at the ChoraChori Children’s Refuge and Rehabilitation Centre (CRRC) in Kathmandu. For we have been delighted to host leading London-based Colombian artist, Dairo Vargas, who has held mental health art workshops at CRRC and at the nearby Kitini College. The visit has been supported by our partner charity Gandys Foundation, with Dairo being accompanied by the Foundation’s Trustee Preet Legha. Dairo has extensive experience in the use of art in managing mental health and in conducting workshops. These have included interacting with former FARC guerillas in his native Colombia. See how he operates his initiative #TheArtListens through this link.

Needless to say, this support has been invaluable in helping our management of children who have experienced extremes of abuse, including child rape, but also in raising awareness of mental health issues within the general population. This has included through coverage in The Nepali Times.

We’ll tell you more about these exciting workshops during our Big Give Christmas Appeal week from 3-10 December. Watch this space!

 

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