This is the seventh in a series of eight “old age” reflections on this period of my life. (The process and place of such reflections is described in the final paragraph.) It conjures up the words, benevolence, making a difference,… Read More ›
Nepal has one of the worst education records in the world, poor infrastructure, an outmoded curriculum, incompetent and politicised teachers, virtually no classroom resources, hopeless school management, and parent communities who see little or no benefit in sending children to… Read More ›
A new school is opened in Kathmandu for some of the poorest and most deprived children in Nepal, too often ignored by their own government and with parents who rightly place “survival ahead of education “. Nepal Schools Aid (UK) takes their final steps towards leaving Nepal and closure after 10 years of achieving something the Nepal government neither understands nor cares about …… raising the standard of education in 200 schools!
Nepal Schools Aid completes the building of a new school and refurbishment of the old at Motibinayak School in Lalitpur, Kathmandu. Post earthquake the government of Nepal didn’t seem interested, so we sorted it for them!