Thank you, Mimecast!

  When we started our work in Sri Lanka, we were sure that we will have to face difficulties and would need a lot of patience. Our project is far. travelling there takes nearly 24 hours from door to door and the communication with the team of Meth Sewa is sagging.   But we never […]

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Thank you, Atman Tribe!

  Once again our close friend Andy and the whole Atman family are supporting us with enormous effort and passion. From the ticket sales for last year’s Atman Tribe Festival in Sri Lanka they donated a remarkable part to push our current project.   The final steps to build a solid driveway and drainage system […]

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Please stop the rain!

  The last months our construction site and the staff at Meth Sewa had to suffer from heavy rain. For that reason we still don’t know when “Pahan Tharuwa”, our new charity project in Sri Lanka, will be finished. The weather has currently caused a delay of half a year.   Another time factor is […]

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Steps ahead in Pahan Tharuwa

  With the very kind and great support of Darshana all building steps are done.   A wonderful bathroom, all floors, ceilings and windows have been completed.   Darshana is a humble and generous person who donates and supports endless people in need. He is the young owner of -probably the best Sri Lankan restaurant […]

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Pahan Tharuwa is nearly finished

  We finally finished bathroom and common rooms in the upper floor of our new home for unwed expecting mothers in Handapanagala (Sri Lanka).   What is still missing are fans, lighting and furniture.   We kindly ask for your help!   Thank you for donations to our new bank account at Raiffeisenbank Zorneding: IBAN […]

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Slowly, slowly

  In early december 2016, we returned to Handapanagala (Sri Lanka) and our current project called Pahan Tharuwa (morning star). It will be the new home for unwed expecting underaged mothers of the region around Wellawaya.   About 8 month had passed since our last visit. We already knew that the money planned for the […]

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Volunteers: Kristina & Igor

  We are Kristina (27) and Igor (30) from Croatia.   We had a magical time here in Sri Lanka!   We spent there almost two weeks and it went by so fast. Really what you would want from a workaway experience and so much more. With all other volonteers we were like a family […]

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Volunteer: Mallory

  My name is Mallory (28) and I am a physical therapist from the United States. I came to Sri Lanka to volunteer at the orphanage and do my best to provide therapy for the children here with disabilities.   First impressions of the orphanage were wonderful. I found most of the children to be […]

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Volunteer: Leonie

  My name is Leonie (20) and I’m from Germany.   I’m planning to study special needs education and have already some experiences with caring for disabled people. So I was very excited to see how the orphanage for kids with disabilities in Sri Lanka works. At first I was a little bit overwhelmed by […]

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Patience and power of endurance

  As if our monthly bills for water and electricity of 250-300 Euros in Meth Sewa, Handapanagala, were not enough to violate our budget, a dozen of our kids got so sick, that they had to be moved to the hospital.   Due to their conditions, most of the kids are already fragile and weak. […]

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