UK-based Nepali donates over Rs 100,000 for Dolpa orphansPosted 1 year ago by Sandeep Bhattarai
In a gesture of benevolence, a Nepali resident in the United Kingdom donated over Rs 100 thousand in cash for two orphan children of Dolpa.
Parbati Bitalu, 9, and her 7-year-old sister Chandra Bitalu of Tripura Sundari Municipality-6 were left high and dry after their father died and mother left them for another man shortly.
Following the incident, they are taking refuge in their maternal house in Jajarkot where they are deprived of basic rights like education and proper food and clothing.
Moved by the pathetic condition of the children, Rita Pariyar extended monetary help for the children. “I donated the amount to ensure the children are provided with education and better care,” Pariyar said. Pariyar provided the donation through an appeal made in Nepal’s media by journalist and social worker Laxman Rasaili of Jajarkot to help the children.
Orphan Parbati and Chandra have now been enrolled at Chaturmala Primary School in Jajarkot, said Rasaili, who helps orphan and impoverished children by collecting money for their upbringing and education.