In addition to Nepal, The Prem Rawat Foundation has Food for People (FFP) facilities in India and Ghana. The Ghanaian school served by the FFP program recently wrote an open letter of support to the people of Nepal. Read the letter:
We heard about what you are going through in the wake of the devastating earthquake. We know it’s tough at this point, but we urge all schools and families affected by this disaster to be strong and united in bringing life back to normalcy.
To our friends who are beneficiaries of The Prem Rawat Foundation’s Food for People Program: beware that the journey of life is not smooth. It’s your ability to solve the inevitable rough situations of life that makes you a genius. Problems are to be solved and must be solved. In all cases, superior humans are those who are able to solve problems and are able to liberate themselves from any uncomfortable condition.
As we pray and sympathize with you, have courage and deal with the aftermath of the quake knowing that you are not alone. God is with you to comfort you as you look for the way forward.
We take off our hats to Prem Rawat for his support so far. We prayed for him to help your students and teachers as you go through these tough moments.
Finally, though it’s hard to forget the injuries suffered from the earthquake, we must never forget the kindnesses we enjoy from people, since the only way to have a true friend is to be one.
Education must continue and life must work again.
God bless Nepal and empower beneficiaries of FFP to rise again.
— Christian Yaw Adinkra, religious and moral education teacher
(On behalf of all teachers and students at the Otinibi M/A Basic School)