Community Development Center Kathmandu, Nepal

CDC Nepal exists to help the helpless in our society. We help the helpless children to obtain food, clothes, education medical care and love and care. We help the helpless elderly people to spend the rest of their life comfortably.
Sep 15, 2016

All the kids from Sarita Children Home have been progressing in their studies.

CDC chairman unloading food materials for the kids
CDC chairman unloading food materials for the kids

Dear friends/ Donors 

Good morning and Namaste!

Today once again I would like to share some   good news about Sarita Children   Home, Samakhushi, Kathmandu among   you all.

 All the 20 kids living there are fine.  They are happy and healthy and have been going to school regularly and have been progressing very  well  in  their studies. Now all the kids   are preparing for their  2nd  Unit  TEST   exam. The exam is starting from next  week.  They also promise to study very hard and secure good marks in the exam.

The  bigger boys  Raju   and  his  friend  Rupak passed   SLC (School Leaving Certificate) examination  by securing good  marks this year. After passing SLC exam both boys  have joined  grade 11  at South Western Higher Secondary School have been studying in the morning time. During the day they are   working to  earn money. Now they want to earn some money and are interested  to  help  Sarita  other kids in their studies. They are helping other kids to do  homework at the orphanage and also helping  Sarita in her household works.

On behalf of Community Development Center, Kathmandu, Nepal  we have been  providing  food materials to  the organization. On the special auspicious occasion  of women festival September 2016 ( Happy Teej) we   served  rice pudding, vegetable curry, fresh pickles, bottles of coke, juice, etc to them.

Through this report we would like to extend our heartiest thanks and gratitude to you all for  your  valuable contribution. We also hope you will continue supporting us in the coming days.

Sincerely

Mohan Kumar Kafle

Chairperson

CDC Kathmandu Nepal
CDC Nepal committee members serving  food.
CDC Nepal committee members serving food.
Festival Celebration at the orphanage.
Festival Celebration at the orphanage.
kids celebrating Teej festival
kids celebrating Teej festival
Kids in the reading room
Kids in the reading room
Kids paying football
Kids paying football
Jul 19, 2016

Students Needs more Computers at Kalyan Higher secondary School in Nuwakot, Nepal

A  scene of Kalyan higher secondary School.
A scene of Kalyan higher secondary School.

Dear our donors,

Namaste! 

 Since CDC Nepal donated 5 personal computers to Kalyan Higher Secondary School  Nuwakot  the school students have been doing their  computer   classes happily. The school has made a separate computer lab with good electricity power supply. The lap is in operation almost all   day.  The students from different classes go to the lap turn by turn for computer class and practice there. A class has a chance to   practice for 45 minutes.The school head teacher as  well as the school management committee  chairman  are very gratgeful to us for our support  to them. They also hope to receive such more support in the coming days.The school managing committee is still looking for fund   for repair the school building cracked bye earthquake. Now   all the the schools     are  close for summer vacation for 45 days.  They are  going to open from coming  August 20.

Still we will have to do so much for the earthquake effect schools and students in Nepal.   We need your more support to achieve our fund raising goal.   Once again we would like to request you to share our program among your network, family and friends.

Once again thank   you very much for   your kind support and cooperation.
Sincerely
Mohan Kafle
Chairman
CDC  Kathmandu, Nepal

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Kalyan Higher Secondary school Nuwakot
Kalyan Higher Secondary school Nuwakot
A scene of class room
A scene of class room
School children outside  the classroom
School children outside the classroom
A scene of computer lab
A scene of computer lab
Students in the computer practical class
Students in the computer practical class
Jun 17, 2016

All the kids from Sarita children home passed the exam.

The kids studying in  in their study room
The kids studying in in their study room

Dear friends

Good morning and lots of Namaste!

Today once again  I  would   to share  some  good news  about Sarita  Children Home   Samakhushi   Kathmandu. All the 20 kids living there are fine. They are happy   and healthy and have been going to school regularly. 

I am also very happy to inform you that all the kids have been able to pass their final exam securing good marks. They are excited to show us   their progress reports. They also promise to study very hard  and secure good marks in coming days. 

A boy Mr. Raju took  his SLC (School Leaving Certificate) examination this year. He tells us that he has done very well in the exam. Now he is waiting for his result which going to be published in the coming  third week of June.  Now a days he  has been helping other  kids  in their studies. He helps them to do their homework and  also helps his care taker mother Sarita in her household works.

On behalf of CDC Nepal we have been  providing  food materials to  the organization.  We  have also been  distributing also children books, pencil, pens drawing cloths, skipping  rope, football, volleyball  and other materials from time to time. On the auspicious occasion  we  also  distribute   juice, cockeyes , Chocolate etc to them.

Through this report we would like to extend our heartiest thanks and gratitude to you all for  your  valuable contribution. We also hope you will continue supporting us in the coming days.

Sincerely

Mohan Kumar Kafle

Chairperson

CDC Kathmandu Nepal

A CDC committee member distributing  food material
A CDC committee member distributing food material
The kids receiving clothes from our committee.
The kids receiving clothes from our committee.
The kids receiving  stationery from  CDC Nepal
The kids receiving stationery from CDC Nepal
The kids receiving play  things
The kids receiving play things
The kids showing their exam progress report
The kids showing their exam progress report
 
   

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