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Rotary Club Of Yeovil

Nepal School Project

We have started building! Help Yeovil Rotary/District 1200 raise £64,000 to rebuild a school in Nepal (severely damaged in the earthquakes of 2015), with School in a Bag, HELP and MCF.
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Help us to rebuild a school in the Helambu Province of Nepal (Shree Saraswoti), which was destroyed in the earthquakes of 2015.


In the wake of the devastating earthquakes in Nepal (April 2015),  Helambu Education Livelihood Partnership (HELP) and Mondo Challenge Foundation (MCF) have delivered emergency supplies and shelter to 3000 families in 32 villages in the Helambu region, Nepal and have completed 225 Temporary Learning Centres across 45 villages. Their priority is now rebuilding classrooms, damaged facilities and providing desks and books which were lost in the earthquake. 

According to Nepalese Government figures, of the 545 schools in Sindhupalchowk district, over 525 were completely destroyed. HELP signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Department of Education on the 7th of October 2015 to help with the reconstruction and rehabilitation of 15 schools including Shree Saraswoti Basic School at Labse in Langarche, which we are proposing to rebuild. 

Project Overview:  

Shree Saraswoti Basic School at Labse village in Laangarche VDC suffered major damage in the April 2015 earthquake, which completely destroyed the old school building in which the classes were being run, as well as 95% of the village houses.


We propose constructing a six room, two storey school building. It will be a frame structure building with hollow-concrete blocks for in-fill walls. The building will be characterised with strong reinforcement in which concrete bands of both a horizontal and vertical types will be placed on the foundations, lentil, seal and beam level. The design has been approved by both the school management community and Department of Education/Department of Urban Development and Building Codes in Nepal. Each classroom will have a space to fit up to 35-40 students. The school already has a land available on which the building can be constructed.

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