NHEDF’s Director, Samrat, continues to do an amazing job. He did confess that “Sometimes a patient really touches you and I felt it was my responsibility to complete their treatment even though it cost $1500. It brought a huge burden to me, but the change in this patient’s life and smile in his face when he saw me after his treatment was worth it, and this brought tears into my eyes. I can see and feel the confidence and happiness he gained through his eyes. I will never forget that moment in my life and internally this makes me feel like this is the reason why I was born in this world.
The last three months, as well as looking after all our patients, we have been organising prosthetic limbs for three of our patients and welcomed two visitors from Australia, one of whom bought ten kg of hand-made woollen hats given to Roads to Rehab Nepal. Thank you, Mission Sewing Group! These have gone to a local shop called ‘Babies Day Out’ who are selling them to raise money for us.
In August I was also honoured to participate and be a part of the first National Review and Planning Workshop on Disability. I am really blessed to have Roads to Rehab Nepal as a partner organization. Thank you to everyone who supports us in so many ways. We could not do it without so many good people who surround us.