Educate the Children

Educate the Children works with women and children in Nepal to improve health, welfare, and self-sufficiency by building skills that families can pass down to later generations. Focusing on the poorest of the poor by working strategically through women's groups, schools, and agriculture groups, Educate the Children develops a comprehensive community presence, gaining an extraordinary level of local participation and trust.

Temporary classrooms in use

Temporary classrooms in use
Photo from Progress Report 'Getting Back to the Business of Learning' (view small | med | large | orig)

Building a TLC

Building a TLC
Photo from Progress Report 'Getting Back to the Business of Learning' (view small | med | large | orig)

Destroyed classroom (photo by Mark Turin)

Destroyed classroom (photo by Mark Turin)
Photo from Progress Report 'Getting Back to the Business of Learning' (view small | med | large | orig)

Diligent pupil studies at home (photo: M. Turin)

Diligent pupil studies at home (photo: M. Turin)
Photo from Progress Report 'June update: Getting Nepal's kids back to school!' (view small | med | large | orig)

Niko Bhumi HSS, post-quakes - same camera angle

Niko Bhumi HSS, post-quakes - same camera angle
Photo from Progress Report 'June update: Getting Nepal's kids back to school!' (view small | med | large | orig)

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