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First ‘Temporary Learning Centre’ To Run Classes


Kathmandu, May 28: The first ‘temporary learning centre’ constructed at the Rudrayani Secondary School, Khokana in Lalitpur district has been handed over today to the schools which was as per the government-set standard at a community school damaged due to the Gorkha Earthquake.

With the collaboration of the Department of Education, UNICEF, Loo Niva Child Concern Group and the Restless Development, a development organisation worth Rs.99,000 was the cost to construct in seven days. The centre was handed over to the School Management Committee Chairman, Hariram Dangol by Deputy Director of UNICEF Nepal, Raucous Khan and educationist Dr Suman Komal Tuladhar.

Similarly, different parties and organisations have been providing support for the construction of the temporary learning centres from their own side to run classes from May 31.The centre was constructed to resume classes as the three old buildings of the school collapsed due to the quake, said Programme Coordinator of the Loo Niva, Santa Ram Dangol.


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