On the 28th of June 2015.
A small initiative for a brighter future..भूकम्प बाट ध्वस्त भएको नुवाकोट जिल्लाको थप्रेक गा.वि.स स्थित श्री उदय जालपा देवी माध्यमिक विद्यालय लाई कम्प्युटर, प्रिन्टर, कापी, मार्कर, ह्वाइटवोर्ड, डस्टर आदि वितरण गरिएको छ |
The Unite For Nepal Team successfully distributed educational relief materials to Shree Uday Jalapa Devi secondary school, Thaprek VDC in Nuwakot District, which is about 100km north-west of Kathmandu. The materials which were distributed to the school included a computer with a printer, notebooks, a white board, markers, marker ink and dusters. There are more than 300 students studying at this school. The materials which were distributed as relief will allow the students to regain confidence in their learning and enhance a sense of normality at school following the recent earthquake in Nepal. There was a distribution function held where the local community, the students and teachers all attended. The programme was supported by the Unite for Nepal team in the UK who worked closely with the International Development Institute in the USA.
The International Development Institute organised the distribution of the relief materials. The main aim of the unite for Nepal programme is to unite, share and enhance. In future team will bring out knowledge from various social sectors including social work, education, public health and conflict management. Team very clear vision that uniting the knowledge from different sector specialities to create opportunities that can allow Nepal to develop effectively with potential for future interventions. It will be good to enable societies to develop through community involvement and encourage local communities/societies to prosper.
Actually we are group of students from Nepal and the United Kingdom, pursuing their studies at different universities in UK. Initially we formed this group to support earthquake victims in Nepal, but after the completion of our first program “Providing Education Relief Material” we are motivated to work continuously, particularly within the social sector. The team includes students from various backgrounds including public health, education, nursing, youth work, social work and conflict management. We all feel passionate about sharing knowledge and ideas of enhancing social and humanitarian issues in Nepal. With a vision of creating something that can be long term and sustainable. Having a common goal as well as having the opportunity to share ideas with different insights will allow us to put forward projects with a strong base of knowledge for impact.
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