Believers Eastern Church Diocese of Pokhara held a relief supply distribution program in a mountainous village in Banglung District, Nepal on 4 October 2021.
This village is located 3,900 meters above sea level and inhabited by a small community of indigenous Kham Magar people as well as Tibetan refugees. Situated in Dhaulagiri mountain range in the Himalayas, this village experiences extreme cold weather from September and the winter lasts till April. Due to its mountainous terrain and harsh weather, the inhabitants of this village each year face food shortage, no matter how hard they work.
Realizing their struggle for basic sustenance, Diocese of Pokhara distributed ration items consisting of rice and dal to 80 families. The beneficiaries were extremely grateful to the church for reaching out to them with much-needed essentials.
Man Bahadur, one of the recipients, said, “ I express my heartfelt gratitude to Believers Eastern Church for understanding our plight during this difficult time of drought in this village and providing us relief.”
“I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for providing us these relief items. I can’t thank you enough for showing love and concern for the people in such a remote and inaccessible village and for meeting our pressing need”, said Khimmaya Nepali.
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