According to Wikipedia, Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world with the highest poverty rate. This is partly due to the fact that many Nepalese children do not have a to go to school. the per-capital income of Nepali people is 170€ (US $250), and more than 50% of Nepali people are illiterate. There is an unbelievable amount of parents who are unable send their children to school due to the incredibly low income-rate, so their children often have to endure difficult manual labor from a young age. Another major obstacle is that most of the rural population does not understand the value of education and realize their full potential.
Vision Nepal has plans to initiate an education program for children and illiterate parents. This information will be used to help gain international attention and support in the form of funds, books, and other supplies, thereby forging a long-term relationship between children who are not able to go to school due to financial problems and people who are interested in making someone’s future brighter by making your small contributions.
Vision Nepal has designed this program with the idea, and hope, that your small contributions of money and supplies can benefit and even change the lives of many poor and needy children and their parents. Parents play a major role in their children’s education, as the children spend the majority of their time at home and only five to six hrs. a day in school if they attend the school. Therefore, Vision Nepal aims to work with children as well as their parents, in an effort to increase the general confidence in the value of education.
Who will receive support in the Child sponsorship program? – Financially very poor, Girls, from underprivileged groups,
Who else will be in the selection committee? – Head teacher, VDC (Village Development Committee) Chairman/ ward, Chairman, Vision Nepal representative
Who is encouraged to get involved in this program? – Local people, individuals, organizations/donor agencies, and Vision Nepal volunteers.
When will the child begin to receive support? – Vision Nepal will select children and send their photos along with detailed information and letters of assurance from Vision Nepal volunteers working on the ground. After receiving all the information the sponsor can choose and start sponsoring
How much money is needed to help? Around 40€ (US$50 or more) per month per student.
What does the child receive? – Admission fees/Examination fees/Monthly Tuition Fees. Uniform. Stationery and other school supplies.
What does Vision Nepal do? – Vision Nepal provides the link between the sponsor, parents, school and child.
Collects children’s photos and biographical information, and sends all information and details to prospective sponsor.
Visits the children, their schools, and their parents when needed.
Collects children’s progress reports and send them to sponsor’s email.
Helps the children to write letters to their sponsors, if the sponsors so desire.
Vision Nepal does not take any commission from sponsorship program, your 100% fund will go directly to educate a child – we guarantee this! We are supporting Now 9 children in Nepal. We especially thankful to those individuals and Peter Tingle and Laura Tingle who are providing their generous and continuous funding support to educate Nepali children.
If any individuals or organizations are interested to support a helpless children in Nepal please contact at: firstname.lastname@example.org or you can also write emails to our contact persons in Australia .email@example.com