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Life during lockdown 😷 at Little Bells Promiseland can be quite idyllic 🌈for our children. They're πŸ” safe & secure in an enclosed compound, have the love and care of adults they can trust ❀️ , friends to play with ⚽️ , πŸ” pet chickens (and, lately, a 😻 cat!), stunning πŸ” Himalayan views and, best of all, fresh 🌬mountain air!

But, as the saying goes, we can't live on just love and fresh air. πŸ˜” Many of our kids are still without sponsors whose help will ensure we can provide for them in the long term. If you can give, you'd be helping a poor, at-risk πŸ™‡πŸ½β€β™€οΈ Nepali child have the πŸ‘©β€πŸŒΎ πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ”¬ future he or she would, otherwise, not have. A litlle goes a long, long way.

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Pastor Mankaji made a video of Little Bells 26 Feb inauguration, enjoy it ☺
Pastor Mankaji, from Kathmandu, was one of our guests at our official opening on 26 February 2020. We are VERY THANKFUL to him for taking time to edit and compile this video for us.
We are also VERY THANKFUL for having the opening ceremony before the COVID-19 lock down restrictions took effect globally.
Please continue to keep the children and staff in thought and prayer as they manage through this global crisis. Theri education and food is affected but the staff and board members are keeping them well 😊
There are still 12 children who do not have a specific sponsor providing support for them. Please consider becoming a sponsor or if you really cannot be a sponsor then we appreciate any donation you can give to keep them well, to encourage them that they are not forgotten πŸ™πŸ™‚
You can help us through our website
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Lockdown and food supply disruption in Littlebells ☹️... please help. ... See MoreSee Less

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Foraging for a kind of jungle saag (leaf) called jibre, locally farmed potatoes and fishing for tiny fish from the nearby streams. Thankfully, survival skills here can help mitigate the disruption of food supplies. For now, at least.

In the longer term, we fear we may run out of funds sooner than we had anticipated as Covid-19 has affected a number of our sponsors through loss of jobs and income.

We urgently need your help to feed the 23 children in our care and find sponsors for 14 of them. If you can, please help us ensure that these children do not become indirect victims of the pandemic. Visit to find out how you can give.
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2 months ago

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At Little Bells in this remote corner of Nepal, a grocery run is a 1 1/2-hour hike uphill from the village of Kade with 25kg bags of rice in baskets strapped to the forehead!

Fear that essentials will run out due to the disruption of supplies as a result of the global pandemic means a need to stock up on potatoes, dhal, rice, vegetables,onions, etc.

The Pandemic has disrupted us in other ways too. Some of our sponsors are also suffering financial setbacks at this time. With more children to feed and take care of, we fear our finances are also running low.

We urgently need new sponsors and donations to keep us adequately funded to care for the children. Please help us by sponsoring a child. Go to to give.
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