In March of 2006, while ministering in Nepal, Patsy Cameneti and her daughter Liliana, visited some homes for orphaned and deprived children operated by Christians. As they observed the orderly lives of these rescued children, something was birthed in their hearts to become a part of bringing hope and a future to the abandoned and hopeless children of that country.
After prayer and consideration, it was decided to contact a longtime friends and pastor from Nepal, D.K. Daniel Limbu. After relating our vision to him, he shared that he too had the same desire to have a home for children. We then made plans and set guidelines for the home and began to raise funds for the rental of a large house in Kathmandu and to buy beds, clothing and supplies for the children. After several months, a place was found and his family moved in and began taking in children in April of 2007. D.K. had inspiration to name the home; Hope for Children. When registering with the government, it was required that we change the name to New Hope for Children.
The children have Christian care and are given godly guidance and be led to a saving knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ. They are trained in the word of God and in practical Christian living, prayer and a life of faith and trust in the Lord. They have medical and dental exams upon arrival at the home, plus medical care in the event or emergency or illness. They are also well clothed and have uniforms for school. In the school they attend, they are learning English. One of the children has graduated and has gone to Bible School to become a missionary.