Current Service Projects

Nepal girls education project – Update

Since 2013 RCSI has had the pleasure of supporting a wonderful education project in Kathmandu, Nepal run by a Swedish non-profit organisation called Nepal Education. Indirectly RCSI has covered the yearly cost of educating three girls, Subekchya, Sonisha and Pragati , for the last 6 years.

Pragati

Pragati is a third year student at the Creative Academy. Her father left her and her mother when they lived at her father’s parent’s house. A short time later they were forced to move by Pragati’s grandmother. They found a room to live in without any electricity and an education at the Creative Academy would have been impossible. Now in 2019 it is going well for Pragati, her grades are at a 70% level and her mother even found part time work at her school.

Subekchya

Subekchya is a second year student at the Crative Academy. When Nepal Education began supporting Subekchya her father had just left her mother and her mother did not have a job. Her mother came to Creative Academy and begged for help. Subekchya had always told her mother, ”Creative Academy is where I want to study.

Subekchya was born prematurely and her health has been a real challenge as she was undernourished from birth. Nepal Education gave her fruit, juices and a sort of local healthy cake and after six months she grew stronger and her health improved. Also, she was born with two thumbs on one hand and was treated badly by her classmates. On the fourth of April this year, 2019, one of her thumbs was surgically removed with great success.Nepal Education paid for her operation including three nights at the hospital.

Subekchya has always had very good grades and regularly is ranked at the top of her class! She enjoys reading and drawing.

Sonisha

Sonisha has finished her final year in school and is now in her first year of a two year college program. Nepal Education began sponsoring her in the 6th grade at the Creative Academy when she and her mother were going through a family crisis when her father died and her uncle was obliged to care for and provide for them both. Sonisha has been an average, but persistant student and now, even in college she is holding her own.

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