A story to tell
Nikita Rimal Sharma
May 24, 2016
We urge you to take a look at the video we did recently because we have a story to tell.
Our story started with a sincere want of three men to educate a group of kids. Realizing that there was so much to do for a community that seemed to be far from civilization and urbanization, we took up the task of developing the entire community in a sustainable manner. Our story progressed from just education to three others Es of empowerment, employment and ethics.
The Es represent how far we have come and how much more there is to do. It shows how we have been able to empower women though the AMA Samuha in decision making or the youth wing towards working more in their community instead of migrating abroad. Most important, it is about the future we have created for the children by establishing a fully running school providing quality education.
This is just the first step and our story already has taken a twist. The tragedy of earthquake didn’t spare Jholunge and reduced all the structure to rubbles.
We are therefore creating a new story.
Currently, we are focusing on reconstruction and creating a strong foundation for further development. We want to stabilize and decrease the pain of the earthquake in any way we can.
Please take a look at the video, hear the story, the experiences and be a part of it. You can contribute in any ways you like, cash, kind or just a whole lot of support by sharing what we do.