Letter provided by Pita Primary School confirming the amounts of donations received by the families. The school management team is happy with the initiative and thanked donors and team for supporting these children who are in dire need of financial support. They said they will advise their parents to use these funds for income generation activities so that they can help educate their kids.
Girls from third grade reading in the sun. The classroom gets very cold in winter.
Group member Ganesh Ghale in a meeting with head teacher Kumar Sapkota (green jacket).
Brish Bahadur Negi, aged 7, with his mother Sarita, 27, and 5-month-old sibling Amrita. Brish’s father Karna Negi, 35, is disabled.
Handing over cash relief NPR 36,000 (donated by Mrs. Sheela Fudong) to Brish Bahadur Negi and his mother Sarita.
Bishnu Maya and her mother Sarita receive cash support in the amount of NPR 15,000 (from our relief fund) in the presence of the head teacher of Pita Primary School, Kumar Sapkota. She thanked the donors and said she will use the money for income generation activities (goat rearing).
School kids enjoying the sun and small snacks provided by our volunteers.
Raju Syngtan’s mother (mentally ill) Kanchhu Maya Syangtan, 45, and his siblings Bibi, 5, and Bir Syangtan, 21 months. We were told that Raju’s father Asman is an alcoholic and does not support his family. Therefore, his school teachers have taken the initiative to support the education of the two children.
Raju Syngtan, age 9 (Class 2), in front of his ruined house.
Raju Syngtan’s family shed. Five members of the family live in this tin shed.
Handing over NPR 18,000 (from our relief fund) to Raju’s mother.
Karna Negi waits outside his destroyed home for his wife to help him move.
Karna Negi’s cowshed was destroyed by the quake. His house is connected to this shed.
Meeting with the staff of Multipurpose Community Development Service on how to best utilise the funds received. They also served as witnesses when the money allocated for Raju’s mother was handed over to Bhuwaneswor Sir for safekeeping.