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Games, fun and joy were in the foreground during these two days. Our Motto: Let's change our minds and experience something new together! After a short round of introduction of all participants, we played some warm-up games, which demanded a lot from some youngsters. All games...

On Friday, 15 December 2017, I had my fourth home visit within the framework of the Hakuna Matata project at SAATH. Accompanied by my colleague, Ms. Ayeesha Joshi, I had the great pleasure to meet an incredible woman and her daughter. I became witness to...

Her eyes were watery as she tells her daughter to sit alongside her. She offered us water and consoled us everything was fine with her life. I asked her again, “How are things going on?” With a faded smile she replied, “If I see things,...

MEET MOHAN:  Very energetic throughout the day and he is just 10 years old! We call him “The Power House”, every time we meet him, he will never get tired of having fun at Hakuna Matata CAMPS! When he is at our Hakuna Matata camp, he has...

Hakuna Matata Home Visit - 26.Oct. 2017   Namaste - I’m a student of Social Work at ASH Berlin University of Applied Sciences. Currently, I’m working with SAATH as a volunteer for the Hakuna Matata and Danfe projects. Last Wednesday I got the chance to experience a...

[blockquote text="When did I last thank God for this life????" text_color="" width="" line_height="undefined" background_color="" border_color="" show_quote_icon="no" quote_icon_color=""] I don’t exactly remember when? Guess I never did. I had only remembered him on my bad days. “God why always me?”  After this particular experience (which I am...

As my time here in Nepal comes to a close, I was given one more assignment with Hakuna Matata that made a lasting impression.  Last Wednesday, Chandni and I set out to visit a few of the Hakuna Matata kids at their homes in and...

Hakuna Matata Workshop- April 2017 All my life I’ve dreamt of coming to Nepal. I had always imagined the countless number of temples, free roaming monkeys and snow capped himalayas that tower over small villages. Something about the country’s culture captivated me and constantly had me...

Hakuna Matata is not just a social project for me; it has now become the part of my life. I had hand full of experience in child education in the past. Hakuna Matata gave me opportunity to work with children who are linked to stigmatized issue....

In 2013, we extended our Hakuna Matata program to Kaski District. Since then, we have been continuously providing educational and moral support to 10 children in Kaski through different capacity building workshops. This was the first time we made an attempt to do Home Visit...