Stay-In-School Nepal

Stay-in-School Nepal project is addressing the very high school drop-out for girls in rural Nepal due to financial and other pressures.  Currently girls are dropping out of school starting at age 10 at a 10% per annum rate.  A full 50% of girls have left school by Grade 10.  One of the best ways to combat chronic poverty is to educate girls.  This program is designed to reduce the drop out rates and increase girls’ level of education by providing the necessary schools supplies and uniforms directly plus constant positive reinforcement with the girls and family members. 

Program Details

My100Percent teamed with local NGOs to create a program, delivery of supplies and follow-up in the Municipality of Sundar Haraicha Municipality-2, Morang district in the most eastern state of Nepal.  The pilot project was created with Inreach Nepal in 2018 under the direction of Dr. Narbada Thapa and Dr. Arjun Guragain was the project creator and manager.  The concept was to provide the basic needs for education including supplies, books and uniform for a five-year period to 20 girls in the Municipality in greatest need.  The providing of supplies is augmented by regular visits to the school and homes of the children. 

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