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Did you know that?

Less than 60% of births in Nepal are attended by a trained professional. Home births can be risky for both mother and baby.

More than 1 million women in Nepal suffer from pelvic organ prolapse. That’s approximately 10% of Nepali women!

50% of women in remote Nepal still live in isolation huts during menstruation, even though this practice is outlawed.

The numbers are staggering but you can respond to pain with hope. Your donation is vital in bringing healing to our Kindred Sisters.

$20 for a pessary ring
$30 for a pair of prescription glasses
$60 for a first aid kit
$240 for a health awareness session
$500 for uterine prolapse surgery
$650 for a Women's Health Camp

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“I enjoy knowing that such a small amount of money each month ($10) can make such a huge difference for these children”. Karen McCall – Sponsor of two children

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We at Asian Aid believe hope finds its truest expression when it is given and received in community. That’s why we need you to help us empower disadvantaged children, their families and communities.

There are many ways you can help – sponsor a child, donate, fundraise or help us become an advocate. Find out more or contact us to share your ideas.

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