Tag Archives: Handapanagala

Work in progress!

  We have improved our patience during the last 4 years of supporting the orphanage Meth Sewa in one of the poorest regions of Sri Lanka. According to German Gründlichkeit, nothing has seemed to work out since then.   But that is not true! We have achieved a lot and we are happy to show […]

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Poor little baby girl!

  So sad to introduce you to this little girl.   She is the newbie at Meth Sewa in Sri Lanka. She was there given the name Kumari which means princess. She is only 2 months old, with a weight of 1,2 kilos far underfed and had been abandoned by her family.   She is […]

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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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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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Pahan Tharuwa

  Pahan Tharuwa means morning star. And this is the name of the new mother & child home, Sonja and Cihan will extend in December when they are returning to the Meth Sewa Foundation.   Meanwhile the wall around the new home should be finished. There had been delays due to the bad wheather conditions […]

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SSSC builds the obligatory protecting wall

  Finally we have raised enough money (thanks a lot to every single contributor from all over the world) to build the protecting wall around the new mother & child home here in Handapanagala.   Already during our stay in April we had learned from the Meth Sewa Foundation that this is obligatory. The government […]

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The new orphanage for girls

  It has been a while since we stayed in Sri Lanka, building our first orphanage for the Meth Sewa Foundation, Handapanagala. When we returned to Germany there had been still some work to do.     Meanwhile the new house is ready looking great in a bright green colour. It has furthermore been fully […]

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