Project

Summary of School Funding Project 2016/2017

  • Goals of project were to fund the Needy children for their School Fee and Single women.
  • List of the Funded people are:
    • Ranjana Lama
    • Anjana Lama
    • Single Women
    • Manisha BK
  • Funded List
    • For Anjana Lama, Rs. 9600 was funded for School Fee, Rs. 5000 was funded for School Uniforms and Rs. 3000 was funded for Stationery.
    • For Ranjana Lama, Rs. 8400 was funded for School Fee, Rs. 5000 was funded for School Uniforms and Rs. 3000 was funded for Stationery.
    • For Manisha BK, We funded Rs.5000.
    • For Single Women, We funded Rs. 10400.
Breakdown of Funding
Amount Percentage
Vision Nepal – Australian A. Rs. 17600 to Anjana Lama

B. Rs. 16400 to Ranjana Lama

C. Rs. 10400 to Single Women

D. Rs. 5000 to Manisha B.K.

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Vision Nepal – Other
Other Donation
Family

Summary:

It was a helpful project. Its overall aim was to increase self-management and ability of family to provide the funds.

  • Objectives is home stay
  • Accommodation of funding long term goal

2017/ 2018 Vision Nepal School Funding Project.

Current document overviews what Vision Nepal is about, objectives for funding children and how much it will cost for 5 separates children’s in different circumstances.

  • Pema Tshering Lama 30 % from Australian donation, from other short fall etc.
  • Palmu Lama 50 % is funded from Australian Peter Tingle from total annual …. Short fall of
  • Anjana and Ranjana Lama 100% from Vision Nepal funds raised in Australia by Peter Tingle
  • Nims Lama proposal

The donations approval helpful but ongoing struggle to support ongoing cost due to parents inadequate income, cost involved etc.

Objectives is to increase revenue through

  • Income funds through Home stay coming February 2018
  • Increase funds from donation

Established in 2007, National Education and Buddhist Teaching Primary School was catastrophically damaged by the 2015 Earthquakes. With education seriously underfunded by Government, the future of Nepal’s children rests with NGO’s like Vision Nepal.  Children are studying in woefully inadequate temporary classrooms which overheat in the strong Nepalese sunshine and leak during the heavy rains of the monsoon season.

Mr. Raj Kumar Bohara, the proud Principal of Shree Kali Devi Higher Secondary school and Mr. Indra Bdr. Khatri of National Education And Buddhist Teaching Primary School. Only 15% of students continue beyond intermediate level and less than 1% of the students get the opportunity to go to university.

Vision Nepal was founded in 2013 by Padam Lama with the purpose of creating educational opportunity for the children of the poorest & most disadvantage families in Nepalese society.

To promote his vision, Padam registered Vision Nepal at the District Administration office under the Ministry of Home Affairs of the Nepalese Government

State of the problems:

Due to the lack of economic fund the school is not able to create good physical environment in the school though we are keenly interested to manage. Now we have lack of a building. NRN made the two rooms for the school. There are all together 6 rooms that all are used. We are conducting from Grade 1 to grade 5. And Next Shree Kali Devi Higher Secondary school is compelled to conduct 10+2 classes in the morning shift though government policies and instruction is to conduct those classes in the day time. So to create the child friendly rooms in the school we are seeking temporary classrooms the help to construct a good building at school.

Importance and Implication of the programmer: Our main aim is to make toilets for the students for their proper personal hygiene and supply water through the Water Supply Project.

The school serves a community of around 900 people of many different castes and ethnic groups and includes Buddhists, Hindus and Christian. The main employment for local people is subsistence farming, growing mainly rice, maize, millet, potatoes. And different type of seasonal vegetable. A few families have jobs in local farming places. And many of young people are come fine the job in Kathmandu and trekking industry and small businesses.

 New Plan

Padam Lama, Vision Nepal has a project to give water to the people who live in the phulasi areas. It is hard for the people to get water. For Water, they have to go 1 half hrs. Down to the water main place. Padam is part of an innovative and encouraging the Agro-eco-tourism in Phulasi area for local business. Responsible for many strong initiatives that are changing the lives of the local people. They are the new generation of young educated leaders who have the skills and the knowledge to build strong futures for their communities.

Success Stories

CapturePema Tshering Lama and Palmu Lama, aged 14 and 10 are from poor parents  who are from the Ramechhap district. They have been staying in Kathmandu trying to get adequate schooling on their parents meager income. The children were unable to remain at  school last year because their parents were unable to fund the fees. Since the inception of Vision Nepal, the small amount of money that has been has received to date, has enabled them  to return to school.  Further study costs US $ 35/ per month.

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Ambar Moktan and Sunita Moktan aged 17 and 15 are also from Ramechhap and they were unable to attend school because their mother died from Tuberculosis.  Available money was spent on hospital expenses before she died. With help from from Vision Nepal, daily expenses are now paid in relation to their schooling and basic nutritional needs as well as their school fees. (U$ 25/ dollars per month per person).

Nims Lama is 3 years old and now is in Kindergarten. He is from poor parents from Ramechhap District in Doramba village and has been staying in Kathmandu. Since the inception of Vision Nepal, his education fee for school have been paid – $35 per month .

Anjana lama and Ranjana Lama, aged 16 and 14 are from the poor parents who lives in the Phulasi village of Ramechhap district. They have been staying in Phulasi village trying to get adequate schooling on their parent’s meager income. The children were unable to remain at school for 2 year because their parents were unable to afford the school fees. Since the inception of Vision Nepal, the small amount of money that has been has received to date, has enabled them to return them to school. Further study costs  $50/ per month.