Children  Nepal Project #20363

Support Earthquake Victims in Nepal

by Community Development Center Kathmandu, Nepal Vetted since 2012


This project has been created by CDC Nepal to support those children of tremor stricken families in Kathmandu valley its surrounded districts of Nepal to continue their school education.

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The 7.8 Richter scale great quake on April 25 and May 12 2015 slaughtered more than 8000 individuals all through Nepal. A huge number of individuals' homes have been demolished and they have been destitute. We see there is high probability of the tremor stricken families' children to be denied of school education in Nepal. CDC Nepal would like to support those children in Kathmandu valley as well is surrounding district to continue their school education.


CDC Nepal will raise fund from people and associations online through worldwide and will distribute school stationery, school dress and other instructive materials to 300 tremor stricken children in the Kathmandu valley as well its surrounding districts. In the project young 16 years will get support for education for about USD 100 for one year.

Long-Term Impact

We wish the seismic tremor stricken children school ought not to be deprived of getting school education at all. Our undertaking will distribute school dress, school stationery school packs, jumpers and different materials related to school education to them. This will be an incredible backing for them to proceed with their studies.


CDC Nepal Face Book Page
CDC Kathmandu Nepal Official website

Organization Information

Community Development Center Kathmandu, Nepal

Location: Kathmandu, Bagmati Zone - Nepal
Website: http:/​/​​
Project Leader:
Mohan Kumar Kafle
Kathmandu, Bagmti Zone Nepal

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