SINDUPALCHOWK School

 

 

 

After the first earthquake, the school Sindhupalchowk was totally destroyed. The fault crosses the school is too dangerous to accommodate children.
While waiting to rebuild a school "solid", we opted for provisional allowing children to be safe from monsoon rains and the cold of winter.
The first phase of work is expected to start in March / April 2016.
The events we organize in France fund annual installments of work that oversees Janardan on site.
There will be five classes and a room used as a library.
This school will accommodate between 100 and 130 students. Its location makes it allows children to several valleys of school. In Nepal, it is common that a child walking 2 hours morning and evening to go to school.

 

 

After the first heartquake