Aid Distribution Group
KICC believes is is important to take care of the refugee community in Kathmandu. For over 12 years, the Aid Distribution Group (ADG) have been collecting clothing and supplies, and providing community and support for 20 families (77 people).
Each refugee’s story is different. Here is one example from a family we walk alongside with.
A Christian family in Pakistan opened a Senior Home to provide care to the elderly of all faiths. They were later falsely accused of trying to convert the elderly in their facility to Christianity. After the father and son were threatened at gunpoint. They were able to escape to Nepal with only the clothes on their backs. The family have now been refugees in Nepal for the past 6 years. Unfortunately, refugees have no legal status, so cannot legally work and have not legal protection. Currently they are seeking resettlement in Canada, which is a difficult, long and expensive process. However, their hope is knowing that God is caring for them through this.
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