Manisha will spend half her time in school delivering Health Education lessons and half in the community where she will design, manage and promote health improvement programmes. She will also provide training to primary level teachers in the feeder schools.
This is a joint project by Kasin, Green Tara Nepal and Tamang Kharka School. Kasin will be funding the salary and Green Tara are providing her training. Rotary Clubs of Skipton and Settle are also contributing with a District grant to help set up the project.
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
The hostel students at the KTS Hostel can’t attend school but the older students do have some online classes and are also helping the juniors with their studies, including a bit of cooking.
We have just sent our half yearly contribution of £3000 to pay for the food at the hostel
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.