Latest news from our new After School Club

and below , the post from Nepal announcing the opening

KASIN with marginalized community in Gangagamuna 5!Yes, this is after school, 2nd one from Kasin Charity (Goldhunga first), including building and operation cost, entire financial support (Rs800,000.00) is backing by KASIN!Last year Nov (2019) while KASIN team was celebrating their last night at Montari two local craftsmen (Dhan BK & Akal BK) joined at the last moment and requested with Pat for a support on the education of their kids. Their concer was home learning and homework issues. Most of them never been school and hardly can help on the needs of kids academic part. They know most of their kids do brilliant jobs on the earlier school days but after years, they become weaker at the classroom and at end they stop going their school! They knew why and that is how they arrived to KASIN!The smart leaders of KASIN immediately said ‘Yes’ and now it is there, class just started!An honest,hardworking, brilliant guy (first one from that community, doing masters in education, administration head at a highly reputed pre-school called Tinyseeds, in Kathmandu) Raju BK was chosen as team leader and all job were done while the entire world was lockdown at their own home!Thank you

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Reports received from the schools in our sponsorship program

We have had 2 detailed reports one from Deonia school and the other from Moran School not far away in Maheshpur. We sponsor 51 students at Maheshpur ( mainly the children of the tea plantation workers ) and a further 33 at Deonia. The amount of sponsorship the children get is dependent on their family situation . 
This has been a a very effective project for KASIN and the sponsorship has made a huge difference to the lives of these children. 

Water Supply and new sanitary block at Tamang Kharka is now finished

Stage 1 of the 5 year plan for Tamang Kharka is now complete after 3 months work . The improvements were much needed as there was little water available for washing and flushing the toilets and a complete lack of safe drinking water. Many thanks to Kadoori for enabling this. Even more important to have washing facilities available during the Covid outbreak.

New After School Building starts in Phulkharka

Following the great success of our After School project in the Kathmandu Valley we are rolling out the model in a remote community near Phulkharka. We are providing the building materials and the local community are giving their labour free of charge.
On completion we will commit to funding the
salary of a teacher and 2 teaching assistants
http://kasin.org.uk/after-school-club-in-the-kathmandu-valley/