Kalpana P, Laxmi, Kalpana T, Pabitra in Pokhara
Your generous gifts did indeed give hope and an education to seven of our Ama Ghar children! And because all are now either in their final year of school or out in the working world, we are able to close their educational fundraising project. Any recurring donations to this project will be rolled over into our Displaced Children's Fund, which will help us to make room for younger children who lost their families in the earthquakes.
Here's the wrapup on each of your scholars:
Kalpana T. completed her airline training with distinction and is now working as an Air Hostess at Buddha Air, Nepal's best domestic airline.
Kalpana P. has received her two year certificate as a Health Assistant.
Ganga is living on her own in Kathmandu and is looking for a job in her field of Management.
Sajan is completing his Bachelor's Degree in I.T. He is living in Kathmandu.
Pabitra is finishing her certification as a Pharmacist and living in Kathmandu.
Ashok is completing his Bachelor's Degree in I.T. and finishing an internship.
Laxmi is graduating from a university in Pokhara with a degree in Public Health.
All of these young people are bright, hard-working and talented, but without your support, we might not have been able to cover their tuition costs. At Ama Ghar, we believe that education is the key, not only to a good life for these seven kids, but for all children. Even in post-earthquake Nepal, where jobs are scarce, these seven have a chance at a successful future because they have received a great education. It is our mission at Ama Ghar to ensure that when our children leave Ama Ghar they are able to support themselves and become good productive citizens of Nepal and the world.
We coudn't do it without you - thank you so much.
Sajan, Ganga, Ashok at a birthday party!