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Safe Housing For Girls

Safe Housing For Girls

Story from Mugu under Education

The north-east of Mugu is known as the Karan Belt. It is made up of five VDCs: Mangri, Kimri, Pulu, Dolphu and Mugu. Buddha Higher Secondary School (BHSS) is located in Mangri and is the only source of education for the Karani people.

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Karani ladies are off to school

Karani ladies are off to school

Story from Mugu under Education

Mugu District in the far north-west of Nepal is divided into four "belts": Gam, Soru, Khatyad and Karan. The Karan best is the most remote. Ethnic tribal communities live in the Karan belt, and have very limited access to health facilities and education. Most of the women and teenaged girls...

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Model Child Club

Model Child Club

Story from Sunsari under Education

Shirjanshil Child Club was established in 2008 in Pachkanya Village. It has 27 active members, a mix of Dalits (low caste), ethnic groups and other castes.

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Taking pride in personal hygiene

Taking pride in personal hygiene

Story from Mugu under Education

Mahakali Higher Secondary School (MHSS) is situated in Gamgadhi, headquarters of Mugu District. Though it is a model school for other schools, the personal hygiene and sanitation of the MHSS students was very poor.

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Still At School

Still At School

Story from Sunsari under Education

Nineteen, unmarried, and still at school! Rekha turns a deaf ear to the teasing. When she completes her schooling later this year, she will be the first girl in her village to do so. Rekha nearly missed out on school altogether. Born to a poor family in Sunsari, one of the plainland districts in Nepal, Rekha worked hard to allow her five younger sisters to get an education.

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Heavenly Learning

Heavenly Learning

Story from Bajhang under Education

Shree Shanti Higher Secondary School in Bajhang has a long history. It is the oldest school in the District, established by the progressive King Jaya Prithavi Bahadur Singh. Now, the school runs classes from Early Childhood to Senior Secondary (+2).

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