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Rebuild of two classrooms I Shree Janajyoti Adharbhut School, Tanahun

University of Canberra Students are set to help renovate a pre-school Nursery room at the School
Two classrooms at Shree Janajyoti Adharbhut School were damaged by 2015 Earthquake

Project Synopsis

Janajyoti Adharbhut School is located in remote village of Sukulgandaki 12, Tanahun. Nearly six years on since the earthquakes of Apr 2015, the school still has a visible damage in the infrastructure and help is yet to arrive.

The area is also hit hard by Covid19 pandemic, as the population relies on migration work interstate and overseas.

REACH for Nepal team was welcomed by the school committee and there was a constructive discussion on how RFN can assist the school and community by undertaking critical development and other projects.

Addressing the UN Sustainable Development Goals

This project will contribute to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals in the following ways.

  • Quality Education: The scope of this project includes the addition of education resources to assist learning, a bright and clean school environment conducive to a better learning and improved quality of education

  • Reduced Inequalities:  Through better education there is an increased likelihood of reducing inequalities


Shree Janajyoti Adharbhut School, Tahanun

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Rotary Club of Hall, Canberra / REACH for Nepal Foundation

Project Benefits

The project resulted in modern, safe, and large classrooms for students attending the school, which is a right of every child.

The project also contributes to the above-mentioned UN Sustainable Development Goals. RFN's contribution came at a time when the school is seeing an increase in the number of students.

Review and Sustainability

The REACH for Nepal Director in Nepal will check with the leaders of the village and school on a regular basis to ensure the project is delivering to expected outcomes.

The purpose of the final follow-up after 12 months of project completion, is to check whether the project was relevant, effective and whether the outcome is sustainable. That is, confirming or otherwise whether we did the right thing, and did we do it the right way?

The images of the classrooms before, and after the investment from REACH from Nepal Foundation.


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