Why we need School?
Dungdunge is small village of around 36 household, and 14 nearby makes them 50 houses, surrounded by jungle and river in East Nepal mountain region, a village cut off myelectricity, market, motor able road, no health post, and school where local hardly make up their living with limited corn food for 365 days. Mostly poor and can't afford to send their children to town for school education. Grown up kid goes to nearby school, they have to cross the river and walk two hour to the nearest government school. Students everyday life is put in peril in River, book are wet, clothes are wet and when they return home after spending almost a day in school without snacks, they are tired, hungry and exhausted. You can't imagine if it is a little girl or boy of 6 years going to school every day. We build school in their own village so that they don't have to suffer like this.
Life becomes very hard and unimaginably difficult in summer when only means of help to cross the river is by wheel's tube filled with air. More thn 10 children hold on to the rope that is attached to the single tube and following the elder students who leads to the river. If something happens all are gone. We build school so that they don't have to suffer like this.
What the Bible Says about the Children:
Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it. Proverbs 22:6
And the King will say, 'I tell you the truth, when you did it to one of the least of these my brothers and sisters, you were doing it to me.' Mathew 25:40
You can help
You can help this school by donating fund to buy brick, cement, steel, room, wood, furniture and others. No amount is too small. When you make donation a receipt will be sent to you and annual account is shown on request to them who have made contribution. Please help us build school for these precious children. They need your help.
Write to us today and we will tell you how you can make a difference. One day they would look back and say to you thank you for reshaping and changing my life.
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