Sita Giri, Part 5: My Business Partner

I don’t want to be separated again – I am thinking of the days when my husband worked for the Nepalese army.

He is retired now. I am so happy to have him home, mostly because it means so much to our two sons as they will never miss their father again. He is now a part of their and my daily life. We can look each other into the eyes and raise our children together – not apart.

We are in a situation of clueless; we don’t know how to handle our poor economic situation of the family. My husband is depressed, because he is without a job and cannot feed his own family. When my husband is throng with worries and tensions. I am the one to maintain the positive attitude and tell him not to worry, because there is always light even on the darkest days.

I found my light
Today I stand here in my own shop together with my husband. I cannot believe it. I cannot believe that an organization as WAWCAS exist, supporting my family and I both financially and mentally, when I needed it the most. I will never forget the day I meet Mamata. She introduced me to the WAWCAS Program. I am extremely grateful for their help and support.

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