This week the kindergarten class of the Tri-Ratna School in Bungamati, Nepal has been learning all about different occupations. Today they were asked the big question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Each student got up in front of the class and did a presentation on his or hers own dreams for their future.
Global Family Village's program has already had a positive impact on how the children view themselves and how they envision their future. Sabin wants to be a pilot, Swopnil wants to be a policeman, Samikchha wants to be a teacher, Suman wants to join the army, and Looniva wants to be a ghost!
The preschool program that began 3 years ago with 9 children now has 3 classes, and approximately 60 children.
We thank you all for your help in making this program a success. Now we would like to help the primary and elementary programs in the school with teacher training, library books and basic school supplies. With your continued support we can gradually and greatly improve the quality of education available for all the children in the Bungamati area.
Thank you! from the GFV and GFV-Nepal Board, advisors and volunteers
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