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£530raised of £500 target by 14 supporters

    Weʼve raised £530 to Fund Educational Items for Mukli School

    Solukhumbu, Nepal
    Funded on Wednesday, 15th August 2018

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    Mukli is a village in the regions of Solukhumbu. Solukhumbu is the north east part of Nepal that hosts the most famous mountain in the world - Mount Everest. However, Mukli is a community in a rural area where it is very under developed. Only in recently, roads have been built and modern technology such as phones and internet have been introduced.

    The climate of the area is very unforgiving and monsoon seasons are so severe, that school is often cancelled during this time.

    Despite this, the community is warm and bustling with life.

    Unfortunately, the school is severely underfunded due to location. This is not right.

    Many children cannot afford to go to school and others cannot afford the equipment. Simple things such as paper and pencil, that we sometimes take for granted.

    Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world

    The school is called Shree Birandradaya Madhamik School.

    The headmaster of the school is called Dilkumar Rai.

    In the school there are 334 students and 16 teacher.Only 50 students go on to further education.

    The School year starts in April and finishes in March.School starts from Year3/4 to Year12/13.

    The school resources are limited to having 5 computers for mainly teacher use and 400 books in their library.

    I am hoping to raise the money to donate educational items such as laptops, projectors, books, pens and pencils. The Laptops will have educational software for the children to use and help teachers to teach.

    Having Laptops allows at least a class to do a ICT lesson.

    The internet and technology can allow easy access to tons of information and students have chance to take online qualifications that school cannot provide. Especially for some students who cannot pay to travel to Kathmandu or other cities to take exams.

    Any educational items that is donated is greatly appreciated.

    Doing this project will be providing opportunities for the children to fulfil their aspirations.

    These children cannot choose to which family they are born into nor the wealth or status, so let education become a powerful tool - let them have a chance in life. It’s 2018 and yet it’s still disheartening that poor children around the world are still at a disadvantage that they can’t control.

    Please let me inspire and demonstrate what can happen when you have the chance to flourish and why they can succeed in life as well.

    The children in this community shouldn’t be forgotten; let them have a bright future and freedom to choose !



    • Sophia Rai3 days ago
      Sophia Rai

      Sophia Rai

      3 days ago

      Hello everyone! The leftover money went towards IT School Africa Charity as a donation, hopefully they can help more schools around the world. The School was very gracious and grateful of accepting the educational items. The whole community was warm and had great hospitality.

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    • Sophia Rai3 days ago
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      3 days ago

      I am hugely privileged to express a ‘Thank you’ to everyone who has helped providing supporting towards the fundraising for the Shree Birendrodaya Secondary School. I sincerely thank the community for the help and donating so generously. I simply couldn’t do it without your support and understanding. omputers £110 2 Laptops (LENOVO - IdeaPad 120S 11.6" Intel® Celeron® Laptop - 32 GB eMMC, Grey) £263.93 2 Waterproof Laptop case £21.98 Waterproof casings and packaging for computers and all £43.97 4 Sports ball £20 Hand pump £10

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    • Sophia Rai5 months ago
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      5 months ago

      Sports Dinner 2018 The Ten Tors Team looking a lot better after recovering. It was amazing achievement and honestly the people who supported each other to the ends of the world. Thank you Guys

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    Page last updated on: 12/8/2018 9:50 PM



    • Innsworth Community

      Innsworth Community

      Jun 1, 2018

      Donated by Innsworth Community in Gloucestershire.The money was raised by selling Cakes, drinks and momo (Nepalese dumplings) April 25th 2018Thank you for donations


    • Uncle Deb

      Uncle Deb

      Jun 1, 2018

      Kindly donated by Uncle Deb in person


    • Uncle Baz and Auntie Mina

      Uncle Baz and Auntie Mina

      Jun 1, 2018

      Kindly donated in person by Uncle Baz and Auntie Mina


    • GM Ambika Auntie

      GM Ambika Auntie

      Jun 1, 2018

      Kindly donated in person by GM Ambika Auntie.


    • Rosamund LEE-Harper

      Rosamund LEE-Harper

      May 31, 2018

      Very good cause.well is key


    • mary gellhorn

      mary gellhorn

      May 31, 2018

      Thanks for the update...keep going !


    • Chanda Tamang

      Chanda Tamang

      May 13, 2018

      Well done chori, keep it up.


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    Sophia Rai

    Sophia Rai

    Solukhumbu, Nepal

    Hi my name is Sophia. I am student trying to raise money for the school. Mukli, where my Dad grew up and walked four hours to school every day and succeeded in becoming a Ghurkha. I have done Ten Tors challenge walking 45 miles in 48 hours and cake sales to raise fundings.

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