I am Sani, mother of four sons and a widow. My husband committed suicide. I am a single women desperately seeking for some helping hands. Avoided by the society, finding hard to get into any sort of job. Living in super poverty and someday I’ll die in the same way. With your help I wish I could survive and my soul hopes you will help. The earthquake took away my home, cattle, clothes, food grains and everything. I have an injury in my neck for which I haven’t been able to see the doctor because of lack of money. I am really desperate for your help, I don’t know when I will get to eat or not, don’t have anything to change. I’ve been living in a small cottage. It’s time to take out grains from the field and there’s this problem of storage which is why I have to go to my mother’s place to sleep. (I had been living in the grain storage shed) Now I am devoted towards you and Project for a Village and hope you will help me to help myself
I got married in the year 2056 (when 14), then I was studying in class nine. And when I came back home I could not get time to read which is why my study had its limit. Even though I wanted to study, dreams do not come true. I and my husband both are into agriculture which is also our source of living. Two years after marriage we had a son. My age was not that much so I had to go through different problems. Later, I gave birth to my daughter and we were very happy. We were living with father, mother, brother in law, his spouse and us. Only relying on agriculture was not going to be enough which is why we opened and electrical gadget shop. Our kids were very little. One day my husband asked me if I wanted to pursue my studies, I was so happy.
In the year 2067-2-5 (when 25), I was admitted in Nilkantha High School. After a month an earthquake hit us hard which blew away my dreams. In 2067, my husband, Asadh, 20, returning from my brother's wedding on a motor bike got into an accident and later while being taken to the hospital he died. After this accident even I wanted to commit suicide but then I am a mother and I could not for the kids. Later, I gave my SLC (School Leaving Certificate) and passed with 59%. I also gave my +2 and passed it. A woman’s life without her husband around the house can be very hectic.
A woman has to think of every step. My life is full of darkness right now. I hope after my children start working, it will be better.
In the road to tomorrow, so that there might be some alternatives, I took a training program provided by Project for Village and Medical Mercy Canada. I am also a representative of single women as a vice president.
Just by dreaming big, nothing is going to happen. By making women's sanitary kits with the help of DFG we hope to earn our living. Elsie mom is a very respectful person; she is an icon for all of us. Because of her love and affection we are being able to live our lives. Even I try to walk in her foot steps and try to make a difference.