Nepal

Freedom from discrimination

This man is 43 years old and he lives with his son in Itahari, Sunsari. His wife left him some time ago due to his substance abuse problem and daily arguments. At the age of 16, he faced family problems as his father brought a second wife into their home. His parents used to have arguments and fought on a daily basis. This troubled him which created mental health problems. As a result he started taking drugs, drinking alcohol, and smoking cigarettes for peace of mind. He was being criticised and faced discrimination due to his problem. After using drugs for a long time, he joined a rehabilitation center in 2013. He got back home after four months but the

November 21st, 2017|Featured, Nepal, Nepal|

Floods affect new project location

Parts of Sunsari Distirct have been flooded.  Although not as bad as in Bangladesh, these floods will have health consequences as MAI hopes to begin its Partnership Project with United Mission to Nepal.  Already, our Partner has been working to bring relief to the affected areas, not without challenges. The project aims to improve the Quality of Life of People Living with HIV and AIDS (PLHIV) and their immediate families in the Sunsari and Rupandehi Districts of the Terai Region, Nepal.     Save Save Save

September 21st, 2017|Nepal, Projects|