Reconstruction of three permanent schools hit by earthquake in 3 villages in Bhaktapur district of Nepal and the provision of WASH training for 1200 students covering 5 schools helps to increase attendance of poor students.600+ students will be taught in safe and comfortable classrooms and 1200 students will improve their health through targeted education through reduction in sanitation related diseases.It reduces non-attendance and increase effectiveness of learning practice.
School structures in these rural communities were not earthquake proof and thus completely destroyed. Local people lack to know-how and resources to build earthquake-proof schools. Children are being taught in open fields and temporary shelters.
600+ students will be taught in safe and comfortable classrooms reducing non-attendance and increasing effectiveness of teaching 1200 students will improve their health through targeted education through reduction in sanitation related diseases.
Communities will have safe school structures for now and the future so children can receive the best chance of accessing education. Community health will be improved and water and sanitation related diseases reduced.