Bridge to Nepal
Updated: Jul 25, 2019
In 2002, a small school was started in PremNagar, which has 52 families. The community turned to the government for financial help, and the government paid for the salary of one teacher/principal. The school is now considered a “public school."
By 2006, the school was serving 150 children, but conditions were poor. In addition to overcrowding, there were few school materials and books. This is when we took over the school. By the end of 2007, the school was plastered and painted, and new blackboards were installed. Books were introduced, and the teachers were equipped with a computer and projector and trained to use them.