Deepak Sahi is a fourth grader studying in Sri Arunodhaya NI. Ma. Vi. (Dhioka Tol). According to his gift applicant and teacher Ms. Urmiladevi Shrestha Deepak lives with his family in Naradevi. There are 7 members in his family and his father does small business. His teacher says that Deepak is a well disciplined, friendly and hardworking student. He Is always eager to learn he comes to school with all his homework and class work done. But his teacher has only one problem Deepak doesn’t come to school with a school uniform. The main reason for this is that though Deepak’s father works hard the money he earns is not quite enough for the family of seven people which results in Deepak’s parent’s inability to buy him the proper set of school uniforms. Deepak like any other student wishes to come to school in proper set of school uniform. (Sweater- Rs 500)
Sofiya Khatun is a first grader studying in Sri Arunodhaya Ni. Ma. Vi (Dhoka Tol). As per her gift applicant and teacher Ms. Bimala Acharya, Sofiya is a diligent and a hardworking student living with her father and four other family members. Her father owns a small business but it is not enough to support the family’s basic needs. Sofiya loves to come to school but due to this cold winter, she her inability to buy school uniform discourages her from coming to school. Sofia wishes to come to school in warm clothes. (Sweater- Rs500)
Sushila Magar who lives in Naradevi studies in grade One in Sri Arunodhaya Ni. Ma. VI. (Dhoka Tol). As per her gift applicant and teacher Ms. Bimala Acharya she lives with her father and other six family members. Her father works as a construction worker. Sushila is always regular at school and is one of the most hard working and diligent student. Her father being the only bread winner doesn’t earn enough to provide the family of six with all the basic needs, So, sushila though being a regular student doesn’t come to school with because she doesn't own a sweater as her parents can’t afford to. Seeing her determination to study her teacher requests to support her determination by helping her buy a sweater so that she can keep herself warm in this cold winter season. (Sweater- Rs 500)
Sara Adhikari( email@example.com ) 11/20/2012 02:02:28 pm 1. Shristi Pradhan writes: Samjhana Ghising, ??, (age) is a dedicated student at Shanti Nikunja Medium School in ?? (location). She is one of four sisters and her parents struggle to feed and clothe all of them. While her mother does chores in another’s home to earn a living, her father unfortunately is unemployed. Samjhana could really do with proper clothes to wear. To buy the clothes for both summer and winter, she needs Rs 2,000. She will be very grateful to receive the Gift.
2. Kesari Gurung writes: I teach Aakash Thapa at ?? (school) in ?? (location). This hard-working, honest, well-behaved 10-year-old was diagnosed with blood cancer three years ago. This means he has to be in hospital every month and misses classes for three or four days. And sadly his father died earlier this year, so now his mother has to take care of all household expenses including food, rent and school fees of both Aakash and his young sister. Aakash is in need of sweater, shoes and socks worth Rs 1,400. I feel this support will motivate him to work even harder in school.
3. Kesari Gurung writes: Nabin Rai is 13 years old and my student in class two at ?? (school) in ?? (location). He and his older brother live with their mother, who works as a labourer, and stepfather, a contractor. The family finds it difficult to make ends meet and Nabin, in particular, is subject to economic neglect as he used to be a bad boy, drinking alcohol and smoking weed. However, since he joined EDUC-NEPAL he has transformed. He has started to come to school regularly and perform better in his studies. He has left all the bad habits. Nabin is in need of sweater, socks and shoes worth Rs 1,400. This support would inspire him to be dedicated to his studies.
4. Rukmini Humagain writes: Student of Adarsha L.S. School, ?? (location) Sushma Magar, ?? (age), is an only child. She and her mother started to live separately since her father married another woman. Her mother works as a maid in others’ homes and as a single mother she finds it difficult to buy educational material for her daughter. Moreover, Sushma often has to help her mother in order to earn extra money and this affects her studies. If materials such as sweater, bag, uniform and shoes, worth Rs 3,000 are provided to Sushma, it would support her education.