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Shortly after the earthquakes in April and May 2015, Bharat Tamang, a handicapped boy of approximately 14, was found in the street by the Belgian ngo CPCS, a project for the care of street children in Kathmandu.
It turned out that this boy didn’t have any family left and so Bharat was all alone in the world.
After a temporary stay at CPCS, Bharat was transferred to the SERC school where he was sheltered in the hostel and where he can attend school.
Sukhi Home sponsored an amount of € 1.600 so that Bharat gets a new chance in a new home and a better life than the street life.
Earthquake resistant, construction takes only 21 days, flexible and removable interior panels, gyproc and steel will be supplied from India, cheap, 30 years guarantee, light materials which reduce the risk of injuries for the children.