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Case study education 2

Case Study— note books and pencils for primary schools 2

Shree Soma Jana Primary School, Tanahun District is one of the schools which benefitted from our Books and Pencils project which supplied resources to a total of 3228 children in partnership with RUN Nepal.
The school has 120 students. Mr Babu Ram Bagale requested us to arrange this campaign at the school, he said that he learned about the project form social media and was impressed with the campaign. He sent a request letter for the program where 90% of the students are from Dalit (so called untouchable) ethnic community whose economic condition is poor. The RUN Nepal team conducted a case study and concluded to supply resources to the school.

‘We reached there with 4 member team from Kathmandu with the materials. The school is 200 km west from the capital of Nepal. Mr Rajan Bagale (Treasurer of RUN Nepal, was the team leader of the campaign), Ekal Silwal (freelancer journalist), Kiran Dutt Tewari (a senior social worker in Nepal, President of Kausila foundation) and Milan Bagale (Researcher and journalist) were in the team.’ report Rajan Bagale.
Mr Bishnu Prashad Bagale has expressed his gratitude for the campaign. After the welcome speech, students from different classes sang songs expressing how very pleased with they were with RUN Nepal and Resolve International.
Note books, pencils, pens, erasers, and pencil sharpeners were distributed to all 120 students.
Mr Rajan Bagale informed the gathering about the exercise book and pencil campaign and told everyone about the program in Chitwan and Makawanpur district. He was very pleased to provide support for the students in the school and gave special thanks to Mr Keith Laycock (Chairman of Resolve international) for their kind support to the RUN Nepal. The festivities ended with other members of the different institution from the village expressing their gratitude for the program.