Monthly Archives: June 2017


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School education in Nepal is getting more and more expensive with each passing year. It is mostly the privately-owned schools, where a large number of students are enrolled for their supposedly quality education in comparison to the government schools, that frequently hike tuition, admission and other fees with the onset of the new academic calendar. The ever-increasing school fee has indeed become a cause of major concern for almost all Nepalese who desire a good education for their wards in a good […]

School Education Getting Really Expensive ...


The boys from the ChoraChori refuge in Kathmandu attend Kitini Higher Secondary School which is one of the best state schools in Nepal. This is thanks to its first class leadership, including from the Headteacher, Mr Saroj KC. The school provides a full education from ECD classes right up to Bachelor’s degree level. At the moment there are 600 students attending in classes ECD up to Grade 10, with 550 in the High School and Bachelor’s programmes. And pupils are drawn from […]

Supporting Kitini Higher Secondar School, ...


If you pick the right spot in Lalu village and look east, you can see five schools dotted across these rugged and scenic mountains of mid-western Nepal. Clearly, Kalikot does not lag behind in education because of the lack of schools. It is poor teaching at pre-primary and primary levels that sets back a new generation of school-goers from the start, affecting their current and future performance. There is much research to prove that early grade reading competency is crucial to success […]

Not catching them young



Dubai: If you have been thinking about joining a volunteer campaign, a Dubai charity might just provide the fulfilling experience you have been looking forward to. In October, 15 handpicked volunteers will travel with Dubai Cares for a week, to a remote region in western Nepal. There, the volunteers will help the locals build a new school in a community. Interested candidates must be 21 or above and can log on to www.volunteers.ae for more details. Applications close on June 28. Dubai […]

Wanted: 15 volunteers to build ...


Mexicali Blues Launches Fundraiser to Build School in Earthquake-Ravaged Nepal June 13, 2017 at 3:00 pm Maia Zewert Mexicali Blues founders Kim and Pete Erskine during a recent visit to the Nepalese village of Rok, Solukhumbu, the future location of a school the business is raising funds to build. (Photo courtesy Pete and Kim Erskine) When a 2015 earthquake devastated the country of Nepal, Mexicali Blues raised $25,000 through the sale of prayer flags. Two years later, the business has agreed to […]

Mexicali Blues Launches Fundraiser to ...