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Freitag, 01.05.2015, 14:30 Uhr:
Immer wieder werden wir gefragt, was denn mit den ehemaligen Jugendlichen aus unserem Projekt ist. Wir sind natürlich genauso daran interessiert, wie es ihnen ergeht und versuchen etwas über ihren Verbleib zu erfahren. Hier ein paar Infos und Antworten, die wir über Facebook erhalten haben:

Den jungen Frauen Kabita Nagarkoti, Sangita Gurung, Rekha Adhikari, Bimala Bhujel, Pinkey Dhakal, Deepa Bhujel, Trikashi (=Anu) Gurung, Mamata Gurung, Ranjana (Rnjna) Gurung, Sanju Bhujel, Anju Baral, Poonam Rai (siehe auch Udip) und den jungen Männern Krishna Nagarkoti, Rudra Gurung, Madan Bastola, Santosh Thapa, Basanta Lamichhane, Razu Tamang, Rahool Lamichhane, Tej Rai (siehe auch Udip) geht es gut.

Sunil Baral antwortete am 29.4.: Namaste. Firstly, yes I am safe. 4 days ago we Nepali faced terrible 7.9 rector earthquake. Around 5000 people are killed and number is increaseing day by day. More than 7000 people are injured and number is increaseing. Colleges and schools are closed. I am in Pokhara. It is safe place compared to other places. Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, Simdhupalchok face huge destruction. After earthquake I have called in youthhostel Lalitpur. One sister receive call and reply that all people of youthhostel are fine.

Udip Rai antwortete am 30.4.: Well, we all are fine here. Children village and Youth Hostel are fine but little problem is there with Youth Hostel building. Tej is fine and Poonam is also fine but she is in our own village. But our house is not in proper condition. We need to build new one. Rest of things are fine. Here in Kathmandu communicable disease are spreading day by day.

Binaya Adhikari antwortete am 30.4.: Yes, I am safe in Pokhara. Yes, I am also proud.