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- London, United Kingdom
- Closed on Wednesday, 1st November 2017
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On the 25th April 2015, Nepal suffered a disastrous Earthquake with a magnitude of 7.8 on the Richter scale and before things could settle, another earthquake of 7.4 magnitude jolted the country again on the 12th May 2015 with hundreds of subsequent aftershocks.
The whole country suffered an inconceivable loss of lives and destruction to property and infrastructure. Thousands of schools and colleges were destroyed and leveled to the ground. With a total loss of over $6 billion USD, equivalent to about 30% of its GDP, Nepal has stood strong to get out of the perils of the disaster and the world has collectively contributed towards restoring stability.
The aim of this charity is to put its all efforts, energy and resources into building new schools in the remote areas of the country which were destroyed because of the earthquake, and to provide access to education to the children who have been unfortunate to have suffered the trauma of the events of 2015 and lost their schools and, in some cases, their loved ones too.
To learn more please go to our website: http://schoolsfornepal.org/
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Schools For Nepal
London, United Kingdom
Schools for Nepal aims to stabilise the educational equilibrium within Nepal, particularly within the remote areas. Schools for Nepal aims to build hundreds of schools over the next few years with each school building costing approximately $10,000 USD (£8,000 GBP).
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