Sponsored BVI (Blind/Visually-Impaired) student - Sumit Lama just finished his 3rd year Bachelor's level exam. We are so proud of Sumit and all of our sponsored students! Sumit has amazing future plans and thanks to TRIFC/ADSoN and his sponsors, he has hope for a better future! Here's a letter he sent to his sponsors: Dear Terry and Erica, Namaste! I hope you all are good and I am also fine here.
My third year exam has finished and I was busy in my study. My third year exam went very good and I am hoping to get better result. I successfully passed my first year exam but I have one back paper in my second year in teaching method.
After exam I continue my social work. I am working as a volunteer in 'The Nepal Association of the Blind' center in Sindhupalchok district. My five friends and I are going to starts new business in Agricultural sector. We are planning to start a business of poultry farm. Within September our plan is to make cottage for poultry farm for that we are searching suitable land for cottage. After completion of our cottage I will send some pictures to you.
This study shows that access to sanitary protection and corresponding health education at the critical phase at the onset of menstruation can prevent the misconception and trauma most Nepali girls experience. TRIFC.org will address the issue of keeping girls in school and expanding health education to the females with disabilities in our cooperative project with the Days for Girls organization.
Join us at the fabulous Escala to celebrate a watershed moment in TRIFC’s 11-year history. In addition to our existing programs we are partnering with the “Days for Girls” organization*. Our focus being to provide customized support for girls with disabilities in Nepal through access to sanitary protection and health education in both Braille and Nepali sign-language.
*Days for Girls is an international non-profit dedicated to protecting the dignity of girls through access to feminine hygiene solutions and health education. ... See MoreSee Less