The primary goal of the Nepal FREED is to make education more accessible for the children of Nepal by both increasing the resources available for education, as well as the number of students benefiting from it. Nepal FREED funds will be used to build new schools or to renovate old school buildings as well as to hire qualified teachers and provide school supplies to children who are unable to afford them.
The project will also serve to stimulate the local economy by limiting the involvement to local administrators and laborers. Furthermore, Nepal FREED wishes to maintain a learning environment where traditional Nepalese cultural values can flourish. Above all, this foundation is committed to fostering faith in the power of education. The doors will be open not only to children, but to any adult wishing to continue (or begin) their education.
The secondary goal of Nepal FREED is to aid the local health post in widening the scope of its care. Thirty percent of the money raised by the foundation will go towards the health post – increasing the budget for training, free prescriptions, treatments, and preventative measures.
Though we are starting small, our ambition is to help as many people as possible, using the success of the initial project to generate interest and funding that will allow us to duplicate the project in similarly remote and disadvantaged villages across Nepal.
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