Home Education Library and Women Education Center handed over to community school in Dhading

Library and Women Education Center handed over to community school in Dhading

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Dhading, November 2, 2017: Global Peace Foundation Nepal on October 31, Tuesday, handed over a library and women education center to Bhairabee Secondary School, Nilkantha municipality -6, Dhading.

The organization had taken an initiative three months ago to build these education infrastructures at Neelakantha-6 in Dhading inside the premises of the local community school in order to address the undeniable need to improve quality of education in the area.

The library has a capacity to accommodate 350 students of Bhairabee Secondary School and will be accessible to 4 other neighboring schools: Raghu Adharbhut School, Saraswati Adharbhut School, Nawalpur Adharbhut School and Newarpani Adharbhut School. Similarly, the women education center will have free access to all the women residing in Neelakantha municipality, ward no. 6.

Service for Peace Nepal had supported Rs. 15,02,779 to build the library and Rs. 3,14,450 for books and furniture whereas Global Peace Women supported Rs. 4,98,820.4 for the women education center.

We expect the women education center to bring sisters and mothers closer to form a beautiful bond of womenhood and work in community with a sense of unity and harmony. If the center guarantees that, I am pretty sure, it will provide women with the motivation and energy that they are seeking for,” said Ram Maya Rana Magar, a resident of Neelakantha-6.

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The school teachers and students along with the local leaders welcomed the two organizations with flowers, garlands and beautiful welcome songs. “I am really glad to the Korean and Nepali team for such extraordinary initiative. The students and teachers should utilize the library and books to utmost level and treat it as a university of its own. I hope everyone will take the ownership and be responsible towards it,” said the Executive Member of Municipality, Bishnu Nepali.

Ward President Udav Rijal officially opened the newly constructed library and women education center. “Education centers and libraries can be a helpful means to explore the potential of both teachers and students and all the teachers should play and exemplary role of educators and initiators,” Rijal said on the occasion.

 

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