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NEPAL SCHOOL REBUILd

GVN Foundation, Himalayan Quests Foundation, and the Wishner family have teamed up in order to raise funds for to rebuild school classrooms in remote areas. We are also working to raise funds for health posts, to ensure access to basic health care in rural areas.  We have been approached by many off the beaten track communities for help and quite simply, the more money we have, the more we can rebuild.

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Meet the schools!

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Shree Bigyan Prabha Lower Secondary School

The Shree Bigyan Prabha Lower Secondary School was established in 1978 and has been running for 52 years. The school serves about 100 households and focusing on Early Childhood Development.

REBUILD STATUS: Finished!

Year established: 1978

Number of years running:  52 years

Grades: Early Childhood Development - Grade 12

Number of students: 110

  • Girls: 59
  • Boys: 51

Number of Teachers: 10

Number of Villages Served: 1

Approximate number of households: 100

Modes of transport to school: Walking

Max distance of students from school: 1 hour

Classrooms to be rebuilt: HQF will rebuild 2


Shree Madan-Aashrit Lower Secondary School, Tokha 

β€œAll teachers and parents are trying to shift students from the temporary learning center to the new classrooms before winter. Community members are helping to move materials from the road to the school. Work progress is at a good level. It will be finished (plastered and painted) before Christmas!”
— Hari (HQF school contact)

Rebuild Status: In Progress

Year established: 2001

Number of years running:  16 years

Grades: Grade 1 - Grade 8

Number of students: 90

  • Girls: 50
  • Boys: 40

Number of Teachers: 8

Number of Villages Served: 1

Approximate number of households: 1,300-1,500

Modes of transport to school: Walking

Max distance of students from school: 40 minutes

Classrooms to be rebuilt: 10 (HQF will rebuild 3)


shree Chandika Secondary School, Baruwa, Sindapulchowk

The Shree Chandika Secondary School was established in 1963 and has been running for 53 years. The school serves about 823 households and focusing on Early Childhood Development.

REBUILD STATUS: Next to be Rebuilt!

Year established: 1978

Number of years running:  53 years

Grades: Grade 1 - Grade 10

Number of students: 160

  • Girls: 77
  • Boys: 83

Number of Teachers: 11

Number of Villages Served: 1

Approximate number of households: 823

Modes of transport to school: Walking

Max distance of students from school: 2 hours

Classrooms to be rebuilt: HQF will rebuild 2


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