We deem education a birth-right and therefore, do not want to see any child deprived of it . It is this sole aim that has given our cause a meaning – a cause that we shall be defending despite all odds because we care.
Education in Nepal is not something you take for granted. Although statistics shows that around 82% of the youth between 15-24 are educated (Source: UNESCO), the reality is quite different. There are no schools in the remote areas of the country and the few that exist in a nearby locality are not easily accessible or affordable due to geographical and socio-economic barriers. In other places there are schools but not enough teachers, not enough classrooms for the children to fit in and not enough resources to learn from. They may know how to write their own names but they don’t have enough resources to wisdom. This is where change is required.
We deem education a birth-right and, therefore, do not want to see any child deprived of it. It is this sole aim that has given our cause a meaning—a cause that we shall be defending despite all odds because we care. And, we want to keep working and expanding until we see these little kids living their dreams. Indeed, dreams should not be limited to mere literacy; we want these children to have an access to IT, one of our key priorities. We want awareness, wisdom and open-mindedness cultivated in them. Above all, we want them to be strong and bold, and to act as a catalyst for change to guarantee a better tomorrow.
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