Communities Acceptance of Prisoner's Children

by Prisoners' Assistance Mission (PAM)
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Communities Acceptance of Prisoner's Children
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Communities Acceptance of Prisoner's Children
Communities Acceptance of Prisoner's Children
Communities Acceptance of Prisoner's Children
Communities Acceptance of Prisoner's Children
Communities Acceptance of Prisoner's Children
Communities Acceptance of Prisoner's Children
Communities Acceptance of Prisoner's Children
Jan 12, 2022

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Twelve community children are continuing Judo training regularly with 30 PAM children. Three more Sherpa girls from the Everest Judo Club. Khumjung, Solu Khumbu has joined PAM for two months judo training. Everest Judo Club is situated at the highest point above the Namche Bazar.  21 new judo mats replaced the old judo mats which will be donated to local judo club where PAM judoka will train judo players. All community children also participated and enjoyed in PAM organized annual picnic. Nine PAM judo players and the community children appeared in the examination organized for the Black Belts.

All the children were provided with new sports shoe, school bags and track suits. PAM children were having eggs and meat each once a week. Now they are getting both twice a week to provide nutrition to enhance their stamina. They are also provided fruits and nuts once a week. Judo trainees from the communities are also provided snacks each day and super flour prepared out of two parts legumes and two parts grains including finger millet for iron and other minerals. Seven different groups including the Lions Club vested PAM and provided food, fruits etc.

Three senior PAM children who have completed their high schooling have started working as assistant judo teacher, librarian and computer trainer. They are working as interns. PAM is raising chickens that have started laying eggs, has been growing various vegetables and mushrooms which will be used for the children’s consumption. Children learn agriculture, consume organic vegetables and get paid.

PAM is going ahead with its campaign to involve prisoners’ children in community activities to improve their acceptability in communities, schools and other organizations. PAM will be slowly going to be a community hub for learning judo, using library, computer, internet and gym. It will also be a place for learning climate smart agriculture and technologies. PAM prepared a design and estimate for a new judo hall with gym and library. The proposal is being developed to submit to donors.


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Prisoners' Assistance Mission (PAM)

Location: Kathmandu, Province 3 - Nepal
Project Leader:
Narayan Kaji Shrestha
Kathmandu, Province 3 Nepal
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