Sumitra and Moti are sisters from a remote village in Kaski, Nepal. Their father left their mother when she was pregnant with Moti, and the shock permanently affected her. Mentally unstable, she went to go live with her brother and her parents. All in the same hut, the living situation was cramped, food was scarce, and they did not have enough clothing to stay warm on cold nights. CEWEK, a social organization working around her village, put an application to the Children Welfare Board Kaski and Sumitra was rescued by Namaste Children’s House along with her little sister Moiti.
She is currently staying at NCH under the support of IBSH and doing year 11. She is very hardworking and will go to University after she finishes her higher studies.