Juna and Jamuna are sisters. Their mother had passed away a year before we brought them into our home, in 2015. She met with an accident falling down from a hill, and died from the injury. Their father remarried shortly after, and moved into his new wife’s home. Unwilling to bring his children with him, he left Juna and Jamuna with their auntie who did not take care of them. Both children did not attend school until we brought them into our home.
Juna is considerably more reserved than her older sister, and tends to shy away from everyone. She does however not mind attention, and likes being hugged and cuddled. While she tends to have a natural scowl on her face, her entire expression lights up when given just the slightest bit of love. Her face then beams like a sunrise, and she becomes such a beautiful child.
She is a shy girl who does not know how to ask for attention even though she enjoys it, hence her awkwardness. Juna fares well in the orphanage, and enjoys playing with all the other children. She does not appear to enjoy school as much as her sister does, but she nevertheless excels in her studies as well.
Would you like to visit her? 🙂 If yes, visit us at SCIF @ Volunteer Work Nepal. We have a couple of Volunteer packages, otherwise you can make the most of your time here by visiting some of Nepal’s most popular landmarks at the same time with these travel packages, where 100% of the profits will go to the orphanage!
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