[ ‘SHARE’ Jan-Feb 2016 ] FOCUS ~ MINISTRY REPORT
Interviewed by Jojo Poon
Edited by: Tsun Wan Yan and Jojo Poon
Last year, the country Nepal suffered a massive earthquake followed by a series of chaos triggered by the adoption of new constitution in September, resulting in blockade of borders between India and Nepal, causing shortage in many necessity supplies. It’s hard to imagine how the Nepalese could survive their harsh winter this year. Tang, a member of CEDAR’s Nepal earthquake relief team, previously spent eight years in Nepal. Not only she can speak the local dialect, she is also familiar with the local culture and church network. Her involvement in the relief work reveals many discoveries, and these discoveries enable us to better learn the situation of the quake victims so we can go deeper into their needs, challenges and difficulties.
Continue reading Nepal after the Earthquake
[ ‘SHARE’ Jan-Feb 2016 ] STEP INTO THE WORLD
Thanks to many churches in Hong Kong, our long time supporters, and participants of Barefoot Walk that because of your generous donations, CEDAR and our partners can provide timely relief to over 3,900 affected households in Nepal after the April massive earthquake. These are what were provided:
Continue reading Help Nepal Metamorphose to a Different Life
[ ‘SHARE’ Jan-Feb 2016 ] JOIN HANDS JOIN HEARTS
Chennai, the largest economic and trading city in south India, is unfortunately the top suicidal city in India. Last July, our staff Fountain visited Christian Missions Charitable Trust (CMCT), CEDAR’s local partner in India, and spent some time with the families of the children beneficiaries to better understand their lives.
Continue reading Wish them a Life with Strength
[ ‘SHARE’ Jan-Feb 2016 ] TAKING ACTION
Interviewed and arranged by Jojo Poon
The Jordan district in Kowloon is known as ‘Little Nepal’ because many Nepalese live there, and Yuen Long is another district where many South Asian families inhabit. Dev Raj Rai lives in Jordan, works in Yuen Long’s Pat Heung Central Primary School, and his daily routine is to travel between these 2 districts, serving and ministering to his fellow Nepalese.
Continue reading Mournful, Touched, Grateful ~ An interview with a Nepalese believer in Hong Kong