School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal

by Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness
School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal
School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal
School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal
School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal
School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal
School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal
School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal
School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal
School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal
School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal
School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal
School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal
School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal
School Environment Improvement Program - Nepal

Project Report | Dec 6, 2013
Project Update-Mirge School Env-December 2013

By Angel Chitrakar | Sr. Program Officer

students conducting door-to-door campaign
students conducting door-to-door campaign

Namaste.

Two biggest festivals of Nepalese - Dashain and Tihar (commonly known as the festival of lights) occurred in the past quarter (September – November) and consequently schools were closed for a long period of time and also, people were busy in the festival.

However, Kali Devi Lower Secondary School Nature Club organized Clean-up program and also developed a garden in the open space inside the school compound. Inter Class Quiz Competition held in October helped to enhance the knowledge of the students. For the promotion of safe drinking water and the chlorine solution, students visited each household to make the villagers aware on the need to use disinfected drinking water. Such Door to door campaign was held in both the months September and October. During such visits, students also sell chlorine solution.

Similarly, Majh Gaou Lower Secondary School Nature Club organized Hand writing Competition and Essay Competition in their school. Maintaining school based herbal garden was also done. Clean-up program was held in the community. The students conducted a campaign in the village to promote the use of Tulip Filter (which is a Colloidal Silver treated ceramic filter adjusted with a siphon system that allows the faster filtration of drinking water).

Laligurash Bright Future Lower Secondary School Nature Club organized orientation program for the villagers on the need of using safe drinking water and use of chlorine solution to disinfect drinking water.

We sincerely thank all our donors, well-wishers and partners of Global Giving. We welcome your feedback and suggestions.

Thanks & Regards,

students using flip-chart to educate a villager
students using flip-chart to educate a villager
learning about Tulip filter
learning about Tulip filter
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Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

Location: Lalitpur, Bagmati - Nepal
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Project Leader:
Prachet Kumar Shrestha
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Lalitpur , Bagmati Nepal
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