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School reconstructions advancing ...
15-02-2018

The association Ecoliers du Monde follows the reconstruction of two schools whose work is funded by donations. (Operation EMERGENCY NEPAL). The work is progressing well but it is missing 33 000 € to finish the second part of the Kaphaldanda school. (lower LEVEL)

NEPAL EMERGENCY, ECOLIERS DU MONDE

Kaphaldanda is a 2-hour drive from Kathmandu in Rasuwa district. Accompanied by the engineer responsible for the works and Pramod Khakurel who coordinates for us the site, I was able to see the progress of the work. It is a 10-room L-shaped building with a self-supporting and anti-seismic metal structure. The sum of 30000 € that we paid finances: - The foundations - the metal structure of the building - the floor of the 1st floor - the walls of the 1st floor prefabricated plate - the roof - access stairs to the 1st floor

NEPAL EMERGENCY, ECOLIERS DU MONDE

This first phase ends and the first floor will be operational for the next school year in April so that students can take classes. To date, there is still to find funding: - € 10,000 for doors and windows - 23000 € for the slab and the brick walls of the ground floor Eventually, this building will be transformed into boarding school when the planned new government school will be built. We can sponsor children there.

NEPAL EMERGENCY, ECOLIERS DU MONDE

Then I went with Nikesh to his village in Lapchanne at 2800m above sea level in the district of Ramechap. The road is long to reach the village since it takes 5h of road and then 5h30 of more or less drivable tracks depending on the places.

NEPAL EMERGENCY, ECOLIERS DU MONDE

There, it is about the reconstruction of 4 classrooms. A meeting was therefore held with the Director and the School Committee to agree on the modalities. A contract has been signed to formalize all this. The materials were purchased by us at Manthali, a big village located 6 hours from Lapchanne.

NEPAL EMERGENCY, ECOLIERS DU MONDE

The demolition work on the damaged parts has been completed. The reconstruction is well advanced. The completion of the work should also allow children to benefit from these classes at the beginning of the school year in April 2018. At the end of 2017, we can announce that the funds collected in 2015 following the earthquake have been fully used in Nepal. Marc Fouilleul President

 
         
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