They are between the ages of 4 to 14 years, and the three story building is currently rented and shelters our 50 children under care.
Our aim is to create educated independently functioning young adults who are capable of leaving the home and fending for themselves. To date, we have three children who have come through the Indreni home and have now graduated to college and independent living. See graduates section here.
The Indreni children: Aishwarya, Melikysa, Malati Pariyar, Laxmni Pariyar, Rubina Guring, Sujita Shrestha, Pritiman Tamang, Ashma Gurung, Deeki Dolma Lama, Dawa Sang Lama, Pasang Tamang, Bikram Tamang, Sagar Tamang, Bikram Pariyar, Puja Tamnag, Umesh Sunar, Rupesh Sunar, Srijana Khadka, Manju Tamang, Deepa Magar, Khushi Lama, Karuna Khatri, Bishnu Devi Thapa, Narayan Thapa, Milan Tamang, Yubraj Chhetri, Sushma Shrestha, Manila K.C, Rabin Khadka, Gelu Tamang, Swasthani Mahat.
This is a story of an amazing man who has sold his house and his land to pay for the medical attention to his wife who suffered a miscarriage and brain damage as a result of lack of oxygen to her brain. He’s been living with his two children and his wife in a hospital room, at time sharing with two other patients for the last year and a half.
Ram Hari was made aware of his plight and visited him in hospital to advise him of the legal documentation needed to allow us to care for his children. With the documentation in place we brought the father and his two children to visit the Indreni home. He was overwhelmed and grateful that his daughters had the prospect of a future. He was delighted with the home and the new life that it offered to his children.
Aishwarya, was particularly shy and anxious at leaving her mom and dad, however the children of the home embraced both herself and her sister Melikysa, giving them unconditional love from the outset. Within a day you could see how the girls had settled into their new surroundings. They are now thriving in the Indreni home and attending school and kindergarten.