Girls: Better after quake

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Girls: Better after quake
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Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Girls: Better after quake
Mar 21, 2020

Towards a dream of Science

Speaking her heart out
Speaking her heart out

Confident, courageous, and outgoing - these words are barely enough to describe this 15-year-old girl, Aditi Mishra (name changed). Bright in her studies and an enthusiast about extracurricular activities, she has established herself as a young leader in her community. Currently, in her 10th grade, she is a girl with passion and a mission for her future.  She has been utilizing the grant money to take science lab classes. 

“Science is my passion, and I aim to become a scientist. With this program, I learned how to measure the volume of irregular objects, made different kinds of gases. This was my first experience in a lab class and it helped me learn the subject more practically”. Apart from the science lab classes, she also took scooter driving lessons. “I know how to ride a scooter, thanks to the program.” She describes this as her step towards independence. She also actively takes part in different school-related activities by participating in debates, speech competitions and also as an emcee in school programs.  The financial burden of these classes is being covered through the seed grant money. 

The program has been helping to provide wings to the dreams of Aditi. The things she wished to do would not have been a reality if not for the financial support from the program. Please keep supporting us so that we create changes in the life of these young girls.  

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Location: Kathmandu - Nepal
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Project Leader:
Medha Sharma
Kathmandu, Kathmandu Nepal
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