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£1,120raised of £4,000 target by 27 supporters

    Weʼve raised £1,120 to fund the construction of a school hostel in Nepal

    Funded on Friday, 30th November 2018

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    UPDATE: I've raised ~£2.5k elsewhere. Only £1500 to go!!

    Support me and my colleagues as we trek through the Himalayas to raise money for education in Nepal as part of Computershare's charitable programme.

    The Cause

    Funds raised through the Computershare Nepal Trek will go towards the construction of a hostel allowing year 11 and 12 students to live on campus and attend the World Youth International School. The hostel will provide schooling for students who didn't previously have access due to distance and allow students to maximise their education.

    Why a hostel?

    The education system in Nepal is different to most other countries. Most parents believe that for their child to achieve the best education possible, they need to board at a school. For this reason, parents often will not send their children to study year 11 and 12 at a school that does not have a hostel.

    World Youth International

    World Youth International (WYI) was founded in 1988 by the late Robert Hoey, and has since provided access to basic services such as healthcare and education for more than 15,000 people.
    WYI is committed to creating innovative and exciting opportunities for people to live life passionately and contribute to the global community, and enhancing quality of life, strengthening communities and reducing poverty through sustainable development projects.
    The World Youth International School was constructed in 1998 with the purpose to train local teachers and provide a rich, dynamic education for the children. Situated in the Gokarna region, the school provides children with an international education through shared cultural teachings and experiences.
    The school currently caters for students up to year 10 and has 505 students, 30 of which live at the Sapana Dreaming Home. With support from Computershare, the school will be extended to include schooling for year 11 and 12 students.



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      • Tom Little

        Tom Little

        Nov 26, 2018

        Sorry, better late than never.Hope it's a good trip


      • Michelle Burns

        Michelle Burns

        Nov 21, 2018

        Lots of good luck Chris and Glenn what a great thing to be doing. You'll deserve another Dublin trip to celebrate your success after this Chris 🙂 Michelle xx


      • Tara Reid

        Tara Reid

        Nov 19, 2018

        Best of luck with the hike Glenn - am sure it'll be a fantastic adventure!


      • Fiona Coleman

        Fiona Coleman

        Nov 18, 2018

        Good luck Glenno!!


      • Andy Cooke

        Andy Cooke

        Nov 17, 2018

        Better late than never - good luck mate, and have a great time


      • Sam Brown

        Sam Brown

        Nov 17, 2018

        I hope you teach them bbq tekkers


      • Felicity Gains

        Felicity Gains

        Nov 14, 2018

        GOOD LUCK GLENNO! Amazing effort! All the best Flick & Jake X


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