Winter support for students in Kavre

The earthquake struck Nepal all unexpectedly. Milan Neupane, a grade 8 student of Shree Brahamayani Secondary School, Gairibisauna, Kavre went to school after it reopened a month later. What he saw next was no different than what had happened to rest of the village. He and his peers stood in shock before reminiscences of the destroyed buildings which used to be their classrooms. “Losing homes was one thing but losing school buildings destroyed our faith of offering a secured learning environment for our students”, said Satrudhan Prasad Shah, principal of the school.

Temporary Learning Centers built later proved to be a huge consolation for students but then incoming winter brought another series of nightmare. Most of the students having lost their uniforms in the earthquake suffered during the cold shivering weather making it difficult for them to attend school. The condition was similar in almost all the schools of Kavre district. So to help the students, ECCA(Environment Camps for Conservation Awareness)  with the support of action medeor provided a set of tracksuit, socks and shoes to 1077 students of Gairbisauna VDC and Jyamdi VDC on December 28, 2015.

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Milan Neupane, Shree Brahamayani Secondary School

“I am very thankful for receiving this gift. But more than myself, I am  thankful to you for providing these tracksuits, shoes and socks to our little brother and sisters who undoubtedly have to face more difficulty in this cold season”, said Milan after the distribution took place at his school.

Lastly we thank all our donors/supporters. Do you want to be a part of the contributors too? If so, visit our Global Giving website.

-Upama Tamla (Rai), Media Associate, ECCA

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ECCA Program Officer Mr.Bipin Shrestha with a student in Devbal Bhadreswor Primary School

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A student in Jyamdi shares her smile with ECCA counselor Ms. Bimala Lama

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In Shree Brahamayani Secondary School, Gairibisauna

 

 

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