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Build 5 Classroom for 100 Children in Dolkha Nepal

by Azizz Foundation
Build 5 Classroom for 100 Children in Dolkha Nepal
Build 5 Classroom for 100 Children in Dolkha Nepal
Build 5 Classroom for 100 Children in Dolkha Nepal
Build 5 Classroom for 100 Children in Dolkha Nepal
Build 5 Classroom for 100 Children in Dolkha Nepal
Build 5 Classroom for 100 Children in Dolkha Nepal
Build 5 Classroom for 100 Children in Dolkha Nepal
Build 5 Classroom for 100 Children in Dolkha Nepal
School Childrens
School Childrens

Dear all supporters, Namaste to all & Thank you Very Much.
Shree  Phatanje Basic School lies in a remote village Tapting, Khamding in Solududhakunda Municipality at Solukumbu district in Nepal. Due to its proximity to the Himalayan range, this region is cold. The people residing in the locality are poor and cannot afford additional warm clothes for their children. Because of lack of warm clothes, many children do not attend class regularly and also get sick. Since the winter season has started, Azizz foundation arranged warm clothes for the school students studying from Early Childhood Development Center to Class 5 & Teachers. The dress consists of jacket and trousers all made from thick cloth (which keeps the body warm). The school Principal mentioned that the distributed school warm dress has helped the students to come school everyday . He has thanked Azizz Foundation for the support.

Once again we will like to Thanks for your support and hope for positive response in Future.

School Track
School Track
Packets of Dress
Packets of Dress
Students Group Photo
Students Group Photo
Students with Teacher Group Photo
Students with Teacher Group Photo
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"EDUCATION FOR ALL" has always been our Moto.

On 14th june 2019 we reached Shree Surma Lower secondary School, Pithalek Bajhang Far western Nepal with school bags, uniform & stationery items  for 159 students with 20 extra school bags. 
We are thankful to our donors & well wishers. We happily overcome all the challenges with smile & satisfaction. Our satisfaction lies in the beautiful smiles of each children.. it is our effort to make sure no child is left uneducated because of their family conditions.

As a step, Azizz Foundation invited all students and parents at school and encouraged them to attend school daily. With the distribution of such materials students were made to realize how regular attendance of their children at school can create a great impact in their future.

We hope to keep supporting young children like them. Your continuous support will help us create positive impact in Nepalese community and will help us support large number of students.

Thanks to all our donors..

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"Education is the foundation upon which every child can build his/her beautiful future". 

On 20th February 2019 Azizz Foundation handover sports materials and school bags to Mr. Pema Tsering Gurung (Executive Chairman of “The Rising Ku”)for students of Shree Tashi Sumdho Primary school in Ku Gaon  Bhijer,  Upper Dolpo. He collect all the materials that students will need in the upcoming year — textbooks, notebooks, pens and pencils, art materials, sports equipment, and everything else — and package it for horses to carry. In April, he and the other villagers will return to ku valley and get ready to start school at the beginning of May. In the photo, you can see that at the end of the school year in October, snow has already started to fall. 

We hope the children up there will enjoy the sports and love the bags that we distributed for this year. 

 

Thanks to all our donors..

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Dear all our supporters, Namaste ! Merry Christmas & Happy Holiday to all !!!!!

Progress so far: Our participation in the Global Giving Fundraising Campaign helped us raise $9095. Our goal is to raise $30,000. Currently, we are looking into avenues to raise the rest of the money.This Year we had given scholarship for two childern reading on grade 7 and grade 1 for the needed one.

Your generous and life-giving support will greatly changed the lives of so many children and families – all of whom were in desperate straits – for the better, with education, and new schools.For this, we can only say ‘Thank You’ a thousand times over, not only for ourselves but also for all of these people who are so very grateful for a happier present and a brighter future . . . thanks to you! And now, because of your generosity, until our project is fully funded, we will be sending you regular reports about our work.

You'll know what your donation has helped fund, what accomplishments we have achieved and what our current needs are. I hope you find this partnership valuable and worthwhile. Thank you for investing your hard-earned money on our cause. Please consider telling your friends and family about our project. Because you know your friends and family best, so use your own words - tell them why you chose our project and what it means to you.

I would like to apologies for taking long to post our regular report, as I mentioned in my last report we have diverted our dolkha project, so it took time to find the right school to use that money which we have been collecting through our donors.

Once again we will like to Thanks for your support and hope for positive response in Future.

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School Building Affected by hurricane
School Building Affected by hurricane

Dear all supporters, Namaste to all & Thank you Very Much.

Firstly, I would like to apologies for taking long to post our regular report, as I mentioned in my last report we have diverted our dolkha project, so it took time to find the right school to use that money which we have been collecting through our donors.

Finally we found Shree Vijayshwari Secondary School which is in Hariharpur, Bheri (Village Development Committee) Surket District in the Bheri Zone of Mid-Western Nepal. It lies far from 601.2 km from Kathmandu to Surket and again 15.2 km from Surket to Hariharpur i.e,School Location. Actually I am introduced to this place by my friends of mine Mr./Mrs. Prem Tsering Sherpa So we visited this school on 3rd Sept 2018.

While on our visit, i talked with Mr. Tek Bahadur Karki (School Principal Since 2012). As he mentioned total 384 student were getting education from Child Care to Higher Secondary Level in this school. This school need help for making the school roof because two of the school building roof is badly affected by hurricane in Mid-Feb 2018. So hopefully, we will be able to solve their problem as soon as possible if everything will go good on it.We will keep updated about how it goes.

Once again we will like to Thanks for your support and hope for positive response in Future.

Mr. Tek Bahadur Karki Principal of School
Mr. Tek Bahadur Karki Principal of School
Damage made by Hurricane
Damage made by Hurricane
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Azizz Foundation

Location: Kathmandu - Nepal
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Twitter: @AzizzFoundation
Project Leader:
Roshan Bhandari
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Kathmandu, Nepal
$9,177 raised of $30,000 goal
 
108 donations
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