Monthly Archives: July 2013


by Kalpit Parajuli   After pupils died in India from pesticide-tainted food, about 50 per cent of children in Nepal’s rural schools stay away. Despite government guarantees that food served […]

Fearing death from poisoning, Nepali ...



The government is all set to bring around 60,000 street and HIV/AIDS affected children into the school system and give them free education up to the primary level. Such a […]

Govt all set to bring ...



Thursday 11 July 2013 11.55 BST Kanchha Sherpa will start practising on a medical bus in Melamchighyang, Nepal. Photograph: PR A son of yak farmers is to be the first […]

A Nepalese village gets its ...


ABU DHABI // It took just three days in Nepal last month for five Emirati  students at Zayed University to have their safe and comfortable worlds turned  upside down. Reem […]

Nepal trip eye-opener to poverty ...


DUBAI // A charity gala has raised Dh95,000 to help build a new school in a  deprived area of Nepal. Guests paid Dh350 each to attend the event, which was […]

Charity gala raises Dh95,000 for ...



 A group of Fort Collins residents have some funon Poon Hill in Nepal while on a trip of education and exploration.   Courtesy of Barb Patterson Most people come to […]

Front Range professor forms a ...


Sarah Young / 4 July 2013 Tariq Al Gurg and Badr Jafar signing the pact. — Supplied photo Construction on a school for impoverished children in Nepal — many of […]

School to be built in ...


Aryaa Rajouria   Ullens School The exams have been over, yet the most stressful part of being a post-10th grader remains. It is that time of the year again, overstuffed with […]

SCHOOL EDUCATION: Choices Galore