50 years ago I was in a receiving end, waiting for a “Small Box of gift” from the USA. Every year I used to wait for that day when I receive that small box of gift containing two pencils, eraser and few candies. That was what I most wanted in the world.
Now a day, when I visit Nepal, I reach into my backpack, and hand students with a pen and pencil, and see a wave of possibility washed over the student.
Seeing a smile and brightened wide open eye is my sense of happiness. I see the profound power and promise brought through something as small as giving a pencil or a pen. That is our ASHA project.
We would like to thank our supporters for making our 2020 Humanitarian mission successful. Your support is greatly appreciated. Thank you again.