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Youth in Boudha contribute to needy ones

On Monday the Cabinet announced the resumption of domestic as well as international flights from August 17 as well as the Government Spokesperson, Minister Yubaraj Khatiwada informed that the lockdown will end on July 21. During the period of lockdown many daily wage workers, single women, Differently abled people, and needy families were suffered through tough times.

By N24 Staff Writer, Kathmandu: The youth of Hyolmo Helping Hands (HHH) started “a pang of hunger is the same for all” campaign. In which 15 kg rice, pulse, grams, potato, onion, oil, salt, turmeric, chili powder, bitten rice, soya chunk, mask, hand wash, Dettol soap, and sanitary pads were provided by more than 18 youths from Boudha to 630 families after conducting a survey, and also the youth provided medicine of sugar, Asthma, the pressure to the patients.

The youths gathered funds from the Hyolmo society living in different parts of the country. Daily wage workers Prabhitra Bhujel said that “she was very happy to get relief and medicine for treatment from Hyolmo Helping Hands when I was going through a financial crisis as I’m suffering from Asthma”. I can’t forget the help did by this youth and also very thankful to them.

Similarly, another Daily wage worker Pema Sherpa from Attarkhel said she was facing lots of problems because of lockdown at that time this youth group helped me so much not only for the relief but also helped me economically.

At a time when the COVID-19 pandemic is raging around the world, the Government of Nepal had announced a nationwide lockdown from March 23, 2020 (Chaitra 11, 2076) because of which Nepalese people had to face laborious time. On Monday the Cabinet announced the resumption of domestic as well as international flights from August 17 as well as the Government Spokesperson, Minister Yubaraj Khatiwada informed that the lockdown will end on July 21. During the period of lockdown many daily wage workers, single women, Differently abled people, and needy families were suffered through tough times.

                         

According to Zigmey Lama (Hyolmo), a president of Hyolmo Helping Hands, they distributed relief to the 630 daily wage worker, single women, Differently abled people and needy families from May 14 to July 19; along with this we also feed street dogs 3 times, monkey and birds twice a week. We also paid the rent of five needy people families of 2-3 months.

Hyolmo also, No offense to any religious It’s our perspective or point of view. Being born in a Buddhist family, we are taught kindness and compassion are those two things that keep humanity on a daily basis. And kindness compassion is those two things which keep humanity alive. And the main motto of our organization is “Humanity still exists”. So, we are working on humanity through kindness and compassion. Feeding hungry living beings is like feeding our soul. Apart from this, being a youth of this nation. We also have our own responsibility for our society and as well for our nation. Youths are regarded as a pillar of a nation so, instead of cursing our government. We should do by our self for the benefit of our society and nation.

He said that he has been engaged in social service for the last five years for self-satisfaction. He also informed that relief was distributed to the distressed 14 rickshaw drivers after conducting a survey.

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