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 […]

Family to build school in ...


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 […]

Taking sex education to villages ...


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 […]

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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 […]

Socio-perspective Alliance (www.span.org.np)


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 […]

SchoolNepal


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 […]

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 […]

Maiti Nepal celebrates its glorious ...


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 […]

Help blind children in Nepal ...


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 […]

Tortoured students’ fate uncertain