The children of Nepal are really self-reliant. This is Rabi (age 9) preparing his own food. The meat is still frozen and the rice is cold but Rabi tucks into his meal without complaining on this freezing morning in Nepal.
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It was brilliant to visit to Chetna School yesterday. We have only just started here and there is so much to do over the next few months and years. These two cheeky new friends Anita and Sumita represented exactly why we do what we do, laughing and playing at school and eager to learn with almost no resources to do...
The children have been working hard on illustration as part of their "Explore Education" course at Edulift. Don't the results look great? 😀
Joey making a real difference right now in Nepal, working in partnership with Edulift.
We’re heading out with the team to Chetna school today in the far corner of Kavre. Another hour to drive and then an hour’s walk. Some students walk from here into school everyday!
Providing fun and engaging activities keep the children coming into school at Kushadevi!
Girls from Bal Chandra School get on their bikes for a fun practice session together! It's so great to see the children mastering new skills knowing they will also drastically ease their long journey to school.
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Yay! It's "Tiffin Time!" Class 1 students of Kushadevi School can't wait to tuck into their healthy lunch!
The equipment in this class has all been funded by Freedom to Learn! It's great to see the children getting stuck in to using these new educational building blocks for maths class.
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This beautiful map of Nepal was made by our students in their Creative Art class. It will be available for sale at Edulift's Annual Art Exhibition alongside other fantastic pieces of art work they have made.
Our programmes manager is heading out tonight to Kathmandu with good news from our brilliant supporters and your generosity this year 😊🙏😁 Thank you all for your support .... and watch this space for updates 🛫✨
In one of the schools we support, students have been taking part in 'spoken word' poetry exercises during class. These classes not only develop writing skills, but also help to build confidence as each student presents their poem out loud in front of the group.
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Happy New Year! ✨
Thank you so much for all of your support in 2017, whether through your time, donations, or messages of encouragement -we really appreciate each and every one of you in helping Freedom to Learn to create a positive impact.
Now let's make 2018 even better!! ✨✨✨
Have you heard of our 'Ride for Life' project?
We are providing bikes to school children from disadvantaged and marginalised groups, in order to speed up their journeys to and from school. This frees up more time for study, homework, helping with family chores, and socialising with friends; all very important parts of childhood development and happiness:...