SOS Children’s Villages dedicates a new home to the Children with special needs

SOS Children’s Villages inaugurates and dedicates the new multi -purpose building of SOS Children’s Villages Jorpati, Kathmandu. The home was give the name as “Kay Family Home”

"1st May 2018"In a special program organized by SOS Children’s Village Jorpati, the newly constructed building was inaugurated by Mr. Ganesh Timilsina, Rt. Honorable Chair of National Assembly.
Ms. Tham Maya Thapa, the Honorable Minister of Women, Children and Senior Citizen, Mr. Siddhartha Kaul, President, SOS Children’s Villages International and Dr. Kay Vorwerk, Chairman, Executive, Board, SOS-Kinderdorf e.V. and Mr. Jyoti Ratna Dhakhwa, President, SOS Children’s Villages Nepal.
Dr. Kay Vorwerk handed over the key of the inaugurated building that has been named as “Kay Family Home” to Ms. Tham Maya Thapa, the Honorable Minister of Women Children and Senior Citizen.  This building is a home for the children along with a physiotherapy hall, a hydrotherapy room, an insolation room, 2 toilets and other necessary.
SOS Children’s Village Jorpati has been providing service to the children with disabilities since 1981. At present, around forty children are living in the village. 
 “Despite the need of service to the larger number of differently able children, we were not being able to reach them in the lack of space. Now, some more children will get home” says Rabin Nepali, Project Director, SOS Children’s Villages Jorpati.
 “Taking care of differently able children by the parents themselves is a big challenge. Hence, this kind of support program provided by SOS Children’s Village Jorpati is a noble deed.” Dr. Kay Vorwerk mentioned in his speech during the program.
 “I love the festive season of Dashain and Tihar, we decorate our home with flowers and different color lights and worship gods. This year I am happy that we have an additional home to decorate and most probably new friends too. I am also eager to exercise in our new Physiotherapy room,” says Manish, who has been living in SOS Children’s Villages Jorpati after the earthquake.