|有关我们||Pahar Trust Nepal, 11 Laurel Avenue, Onchan Isle of Man IM3 3JE. Tel - 01624 679965. E-mail - email@example.com|
To provide students with an environment to study that is safe, pleasant and conducive to receiving a high standard of education.
To remove practical, social and cultural barriers to education and seek to be as inclusive as possible.
To ensure we work in a culturally sensitive manner and respond to the needs of the local population.
Are solid, secure and durable structures that offer protection against the often extreme weather conditions Nepal experiences and allow education to continue regardless.
Provide an encouraging environment for children to learn. Classrooms have adequate space for comfortable learning, office and storage space is sufficient for modern schooling, all schools have toilet blocks and schools are finished and decorated to a high standard in an aesthetically pleasing manner.
Are built in a location and to a specification based on an extensive consultation with the local population.
To date, 60 new schools have been completed and opened, and 24 schools have been renovated. The Pahar Trust has also raised funds for and co-ordinated 22 related, yet non-school building, projects. These include hostels as well as water, health and housing projects. The Trust also runs a child sponsorship scheme with over 100 needy children and families being sponsored. As well as the labourers and craftsmen, required for construction, The Pahar Trust employs a small team in Nepal, headed by four ex British Gurkha soldiers, who organize, plan and implement the charity's projects in Nepal.
Villages or localities are only considered for a new school when there is no functioning local school or the building being used as a school is so poor, be it an old fragile structure or a temporary make-shift construction, that is preventing the provision of an acceptable level of education.
The local population must be enthusiastically supportive of the project. A contribution in terms of volunteer labour or services and / or a fina
|成立||The Pahar Trust was established by two ex-servicemen of the Brigade of Gurkhas, Mr Tom Langridge MBE and Mr Chandra Bahadur Gurung.|