Project information

Grace Women's Home

To transform the lives of women and their children in Nepal by providing them with a safe and beautiful place to live. So many women in Nepal live in cramped, dark and dangerous conditions - help us change this! In addition a market garden and animals will provide an income for them. Thank you.

July 2011 - June 2016

Charity information: Women Without Roofs - Nepal

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  • Need


    Lack of decent housing for vulnerable women. Poor water supply and frequent electricity cuts in Kathmandu mean our women are often forced to live in darkness.


    We will provide a home for women and their children to live in.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To provide a home for 5 years and establish a market garden with animals.


    » Lease a building, employ staff. Set up bio-dynamic farm and purchase animals.

    Women will move into the home.
    Produce from the farm will be consumed by our women and the surplus sold. We will see an income.

  • Impact


    Improve the health and wellbeing of women in Nepal. Frequent medical checks will also be carried out and the charity will see a reduction in the medical bills it pays for the women it currently cares for.


    Natural disasters - we have taken out insurance and the building will be in an area that is not heavily built up.


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  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £41,500

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      Amount Heading Description
      £39,000 Rent 650 per month for five years to lease building
      £2,500 Farm set up Initial seeds and tool purchase

    Current Funding / Pledges

    Source Amount
    Individual sponsors £13,200 Guaranteed
    Named Individual for farm £1,000 Guaranteed
  • Background


    Godavari, South-East of Kathmandu, Nepal


    Women that are on their own and are struggling to survive. Many of these women also have children and we do as much as we can to help them. All of our women are vulnerable, sometimes a husband will abandon his wife because of the stigma of leprosy, or perhaps the husband is in jail or dead. Each of our women has a different story but the common thread is that they are on their own.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    We have a local team of staff who spend time with each of the women we help to find out their individual needs. They have compassion for the women in their care, however they don’t just feel this, they do something constructive and positive to help the women

    Read more about the Charity running this project.



    Our manager in Nepal - she will oversee the smooth running of the home and run the finances


    She will live in the home and manage it - she will organise the food and catering and make sure the home is kept clean


    Will oversee the farm and give literacy lessons to the women living at the home


    He's the caretaker

See what we plan!

See what we plan!


Wil pay for one month's rent for the home