Asia, Programs, Stories

Road to sustainability

NepalShristi, Sujana, and Samuel never heard from their father again after he didn’t come home
from work one day. After being abandoned, it was impossible for their mother to find work
with three small children at home. Seeing their great need, a neighbor gave them some rice
in an effort to help. Once a day for the next four months, the family ate Khole (rice soup).
Soon after, one of our local volunteers met them. We began helping them with food and clothing. The faithful volunteers were also able to help the mother find work washing clothes. Soon, she earned enough to pay rent as well as send her children to school.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

65,746 meals were distributed in Nepal during the third quarter of 2014.

Remember, 100 percent of all donations made to the USANA True Health Foundation ALWAYS go toward changing lives across the world.

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