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
Feb 22, 2021

Building Better after COVID-19


After the nation-wide lockdown of around 6 months, daily life all over Nepal is slowly getting
back to normal. The restrictions are also gradually being uplifted. Schools and colleges have
resumed their classes implementing proper safety measures. People have resumed their daily
work schedules. 


Daily lives of girls in Khairanitar are also slowly getting normalized. With safety measures, they
have started attending their regular classes in schools and colleges. Shreeya (name changed) who
is currently studying in Grade 12 in Kathmandu shared, “Meeting friends and traveling after
months was really fun. Even interacting with teachers and attending lectures is interesting after
staying at home for months”.


With almost all the institutions and offices reopening, our girls are planning to join and are engaged in various extra courses with their seed money. Sharmila (name changed), who always had
an interest in music shared, “I joined guitar classes and have been really enjoying it. I attend the
guitar class after school 3 days a week and on Saturday.” Shristi (name changed) always
wanted to pursue her career in Computer Science. She shared, “I have joined extra classes for
Computer. They teach about graphics and coding. The course duration is for 2 months and I have
been a regular student”.


Despite the challenges faced during the lockdown, they are gradually resuming their normal lives
and utilizing leisure time to learn more about something they are interested in. Even though the
girls are busy with their daily schedules, they make time to meet, catch up and keep constant
touch with one another through social media.

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