Back to School and girl trafficking awareness program
After devastating earthquake on 25 April 2015 in Nepal, lots of destruction happens. Thousands of schools has been distroyed and burrides all books and ststionary materials. Thousands of students were book less, dress less and cannot continue their regular school.
Story from Ground- (see in picture)
She is Sarita Ghising, 10 years old and studying at class 4. She lives about 100 km away from kathmandu in remote village in Rasuwa. I saw her at school without uniform. #seeHerCloth, She have only cloth remain,
Since earthquake she have not change cloths because she don't have any. She lost all books and cloths in earthquake, she still happy to come school. She is an example, there are lots of Sarita who had lost cloths and books.
Rasuwa and Sindhupalchwok is main district from where lots of girls used to traffic out of village for sex work. Our aim is to stop girl trafficking from village. School is the best place to give awareness to girls and stop them from trafficking.
Our project is to approach over 20 public school and 2000 students from both district.
Project expense details
Stationary +hyegnic Kit +school uniform + bag-@ 20$ X 2000 student = 40000$
Awareness presentation and volunteer lady: 4 trainers @ 60 $ x 20 day = 1200$
Presentation equipment : laptop = $500. Projector: $500
Transportation : $3000
Total : 45200$