Appeal from the dreamer - read below please.
My dream is to help a school in an extremely remote village of Western Nepal to buy and install a solar system, batteries, inverters, computers and printers necessary for the school for its computer lab and e-library. The school was built with support from local people and some of the colleges and students of Kathmandu.Please don't forget that your single click can make it happen. Time is too short to stop and think. Help to realize the dream and be proud of it! Click Solar and Computers to a School in Rural Nepal to vote!
Lalu village where the school is located lacks basic infrastructure, however with the local people driving it, the school is a vehicle to bring the community into the 21st century.
The school has very innovative ideas that make it unique. Firstly, Modern Model Residential School is a rural based purely service oriented co-educational English medium primary institution registered as Non-profit Distributing Company. Secondly, it strives to be a progressive institution that acts as a hub for the community, imparting education mixed with modern technology.
Using a pro-rata system the school is able to provide quality education to people of the entire community. Orphaned, disadvantaged or disabled students and families are admitted free of charge, whilst others contribute as little as $3 per month. This shows how even a small amount can change not only the students’ lives but their families and the entire community.
Kalikot is amongst one of the world's most impoverished areas. “57% of people in Kalikot district live under extreme poverty. Per capita income lies at Rs. 6000 (around $ 83) per year and average life expectancy remains at just 42. Only 57.27% of children are literate where as overall literacy rate is at just 38.47%. Still 45.95% of children involve in some kinds of economic activity instead of going to school.” -Central Bureau of Statistics of Nepal, District Profile, Kalikot 2008 AD .
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