Monthly Archives: April 2013


Guy Joseph died in October 2011. by Tim Lamden Tuesday, March 26, 2013 1:54 PM  The family of a Hampstead Garden Suburb man who died in a paragliding accident in 2011 are travelling to Nepal to build a school for local children in his memory.   Guy Joseph was a keen paraglider. Guy Joseph, 25, who grew up living in Edmunds Walk, the Suburb, was killed in a paragliding incident in Spain in October 2011 after unexpectedly separating from the group he […]

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Marriage, menstruation and sex can be terrifying for young women in Nepal with little relevant education. But a group of women in rural areas is helping to share information about sex – still a taboo topic in many parts of the world – among their peers. It is part of project spearheaded by the Family Planning Association of Nepal. • Rachel Williams travelled to Banke district, west Nepal, and Kavre district, south-east of Kathmandu, courtesy of the International Planned Parenthood Federation. Its […]

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Maya Scholarship Program: Maya Universe Academy provides each student with books, stationary, and two sets of school uniforms. The Maya Scholarship Program helps offset the cost of these items for one student and also pays a portion of the faculty and administrative costs for the school that student attends.  Since its inception, our Maya Scholarship Program has been funded through small contributions from friends, family, volunteers, and local NGOs. Although these friends of Maya do so much, as the school grows, so […]

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Socio-perspective alliance is a  non-profitable, social organization established in 2007. Working for the  exclusive students, this organization has tried to bring positive  change in the society. Within a year, this organization is successfully  involved with about 20 students from three different schools located in  the outskirts of the capital. The students who were once considered as  poor in studies, absentees, problematic, misbehaved etc. are taken care  involving their parents and teachers. The initiatives taken to improve  those students resulted positively to bring […]

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There are far too many children in Nepal who cannot attend school due to extreme poverty or other difficult circumstances in their homes. In Nepal, many impoverished children must enter into child labor or premature marriage, in order to survive. For these children, it is very difficult to receive even the most basic schooling, food or adequate clothing. We know that every child should have an education, so that they can grow up to be responsible, independent citizens. School Nepal is about […]

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Complete News – Nepal education plagued by corruption   Published on Apr 19, 2013 http://www.youtube.com/CompleteNews Despite school enrolment figures rising, over half of the population in Nepal is still unable to read and write.   In developing countries like Nepal, a good education comes at a price. But the name of this school means education for all.   Uttam Sanjel once wanted to be a Bollywood actor. He now runs the largest network of private schools in Nepal. Classes are taught in English and […]

Nepal education plagued by corruption



On  6th April, Maiti Nepal celebrated its 20th anniversary amidst cultural  shows, performances and long term service felicitations. Maiti  Nepal would like to extend its heartfelt thanks to all of its friends ,  supporters and well wishers  for their highly valued solidarity in its  20 years of relentless fight against human trafficking. 20 years of  journey to us has been a confluence of success and challenges. Some statistical achievements, which Maiti Nepal has made since its inception are worth mentioning here- Rescued […]

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Masiha World Mission Who are you trying to help? What issue are you trying to address? We are trying to help blind children in Nepal. We have already helped many children but we wish to do more. Most of the children come from remote areas and sometimes it is very hard to reach them. For the moment, we are taking care of 14 blind children and 10 orphans. What is your project and how will it help? Our project is to help […]

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While most of the children of his age are busy taking classes of the new academic session, Nirajan Bhusal (13) along with his friends are demanding their right to education . Staging demonstrations before the Department of Education (DoE) and the Ministry of Education (MoE) has been the daily routine of 60 students who fled from Balmandir Secondary School in Lumle of Kaski after they were harassed and tortured by some teachers and the hostel warden. Two months passed since the incident, […]

Tortoured students’ fate uncertain



Dailekh: A lower secondary school at Sigaudi VDC in the district is finding it hard to provide education to children for want of physical infrastructure. Though the roof of a four-room building of the Nepal Rastriya Lower Secondary School was destroyed in monsoon last year, the authorities concerned have not paid attention towards repairing it, said Headmaster Dhan Bahadur Bohara. He said he urged the authorities concerned for help time and again, but to no avail. “We faced severe difficulties to teach […]

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               ‘Bamboo schools’ bring hope to Nepal’s poor By Subel Bhandari (AFP) – Aug 25, 2009 KAWASOTI, Nepal — When Uttam Sanjel began giving reading classes to street children in the Nepalese capital in the 1990s, he had little idea what his small teaching scheme would one day turn into. This month, the 35-year-old Kathmandu native who was once an aspiring Bollywood actor opened his tenth school in Nepal and revealed ambitious plans to provide affordable education for all children in the […]

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A New School Year and New Surprises at Kopila Valley! Kopila Valley students Goma, Kalpana, and Ganga smile for the camera! Kopila Valley students Goma, Kalpana, and Ganga smile for the camera! Although the new school year started just slightly over a month ago for students at Kopila Valley Children’s Home in Surkhet, Nepal, the school has been filled with a flurry of activities! The “newest little kopilas” – as they’re affectionately called by the school’s founder, Maggie Doyne – are enjoying […]

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