Provide Music Classes for Children in Nepal

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Mitrata students receive their certificates
Mitrata students receive their certificates

The students at the Mitrata Nepal music program proudly display their Certificates of Achievement presented by our in-country program administrators, Ishor and Suljan, on behalf of the Playing For Change Foundation. The students received the certificates in recognition for their hard work and dedication to their music classes. Everyone at the Playing For Change Foundation is amazed and excited to see both the progress the children have made and their unwavering commitment to learn music.

"The certificates are not just the paper, but a source of power, influence, and an effective way to promote and give encouragement to the kids. I personally love the way they're presented and the kids were really excited and honored to have the certificate." - Suljan, Program Administrator, Nepal.  "The certificates have the power to help encourage our students and build on their musical skills. I am really proud of our kids! " - Ishor, Program Administrator, Nepal


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Shauna Murray

Culver City, CA United States

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