4th May 2018

His Dad Has Gone But His Dreams Live On

 

Dear Friend,

 

Sandip lives in a village in Nepal that has always been known for its monsoon flooding. However, nothing could have prepared him for the fateful day, a few years ago...

 

The floods destroyed his childhood home, along with the houses of 3,000 others. Tragically, the waters also swept away something even more precious: his father.

 

I can’t begin to imagine how he must have felt that day. Yet, nearly four years on, Sandip has big dreams. When he grows up, he wants to be a doctor and help people like those affected by the floods. Your gift could help people like Sandip in whatever circumstances they face.

 

 

£60

 

could enable four children to attend school by covering the cost of their fees and stationery.

 

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Thankfully, God hasn’t let go of Sandip or his family. Following the floods, Tearfund’s partner in the area collaborated with a local church. Church members gave up their time and pooled their own resources to build a new house for the family.

 

Meanwhile, the pastor also took them under his wing. Leading an after school tuition club he helps children, like Sandip, achieve the best possible grades so that they can fulfil their dreams when they grow up.

 

 

Can I ask you to pray for Sandip and others like him Nepal people whose lives were almost destroyed by the recent floods that they can rebuild their lives and dreams for the future. And please would you also remember everyone who works tirelessly with our seven partner organisations in Nepal.

 

The camera crews may move on, but as God’s love remains here, so will we. Thank you for all you do to make our work possible.

 

Yours in Christ,

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Douwe Dijkstra

Country Director for Nepal


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