Our aim is to have 20 beds for patients, with the required medical staff, medical supplies and equipment. Emergency Services – In the local villages there are no emergency services. The Trust wants to be able to provide an ambulance service to these remote communities.
This will include education on important issues like family planning, taking care of children and child health, diseases that are prevalent in the area and their symptoms /causes/treatments, alcohol and the risks of excessive drinking and woman’s health issues.
that can accommodate around 20-30 more boys. There is a long waiting list of young boys who want the opportunity to come to the orphanage.
NPWT as of yet does not have an orphanage for girls. This is something NPWT is hoping they can change in the near future. It will require significant funding to cover the cost of the land purchase and construction of the building. NPWT requires a larger parcel of land for the girls’ orphanage as they want to provide the girls with a safe playground space.
Akiyo and Siddhartha have established a new Guest House for volunteers in Sujata Village called Sachi Home. Sachi Home has double and triple rooms with ensuites and dormitory rooms available. It is only 5 minutes walk to Niranjana Orphanage, Niranjana Public Welfare School, and NPWT Offices. It is set in a nice quiet location in the village on the opposite side of the river to busy Bodhgaya, but only 15 minutes walk from central Bodhgaya should you want to do some sightseeing. Sachi home is owned personally by Akiyo and Siddhartha not by NPWT.All volunteers and tourists are welcome so please spread the word!
We want to thank everyone for the support they have given NPWT over the years. With your help we have been able to change the lives of many children and families.In order for us to continue doing our important work, we need volunteers, materials and of course donations. If you would like to contribute to any of our projects, your support would be greatly appreciated. As a donor, child sponsor, a volunteer from home or on-the-ground, or just spreading the word about the work we do – you can help us!
Siddhartha spends some of his year in India working directly on the NPWT projects and the rest of the year he is in Japan, where he spends a lot of time fundraising and raising awareness of the work that NPWT does in India. If you need any more information on NPWT or any of their projects please feel free to contact him directly on his personal email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively Siddhartha is currently in Japan so you can call him on his Japanese number 0081-9060-547-511 You are receiving this email because you have supported Niranjana Public Welfare Trust at some stage in the past through volunteer work or donations or sponsorship.