Pictures / Billeder
2014:
 
Thanks to a fantastic initiative and generousity of the employees of DTU (Danish Technical University), almost every child got a solar powered lamp, which will be a great help to homework and walking in the dark:
 
 


Most of the villagers has never seen solar power before so Karna explained the concept and 
how they worked:
 
 



THe children lined up and came up one at a time to recieve a lamp. This way the teachers
could make sure that everyone got one lamp:
 
 
     


As the children procede to the lower secondary, being capable of doing homework is imperative, but due to the 
extensive powercuts it can be hard for them to study - until now: 
 
 
    
 
 
But because of the quantity, even the smallest children recieved a lamp:
 
 
     


The school management succeeded in raising a new building, capable of fitting 100 students:
 
 


Nina recieved a traditional Nepali dress, she is honored and our two teachers
Sangheeta and Lalu wanted to have a picture for the special occasion:


 
2013:
Two children sneak a peak at the meeting:
 

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At the meeting the price for land is being negotiated:

 

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Representitives from different comitties are placed at the panel:
 

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More children come to see as the adults discusses the school budget:
 

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The femal teachers sit together:
 

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Though the meeting lasted hours there is still time to smile:
 
 
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And discuss less serious matters:
 
 
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In the break Nina has a chat with the new teacher:
 
 
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After the meeting some of the men catch up:
 
 
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The new water tap for the school:
 
 
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Jacob is teaching math:

 
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Rishi helps out with the more difficult questions:

 
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The answer is 12:
 
 
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A girl pays close attention:
 
 
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In fact many children pay close attention:
 
 
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In English class they learn grammar:
 
 
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The school got two funtioning toilets:
 
 
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And a water tank which provide water for the toilets:

 
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Inspecting the new land:
 
 
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This is where the future new building will be:
 
 
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Untill then it will be part of the paly ground:
 
 
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2012: The children gathering to greet us:
 
 
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First the youngest:
 
 
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All waiting for the oldest students:
 
 
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The teachers move around the children to make sure everyone can see:
 
 
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The oldest students arrive:
 
 
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The ceremony starts:

 
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Some of the teachers and interns watching from the back:
 
 
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The tikka:
 
 
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Afterwards we have a short meeting:
 
 
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The children gather to see themselves:
 
 
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The classes:
 
 
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Learning English:
 
 
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The main building:
 
 
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The children playing in the breaks:

 
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View of the school from the main road:
 
 
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2009-2011:
 
Of the more than 300 children at the school not all can afford a school uniform:
 
 
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In Nepal most windows are without glass, which is very impractical in the raining season. But on hot days
the children are hanging out of the windows to get some fresh air 

 
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The oldest studens who will be the first to finish secondary school in Phujel 
 
 
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We are planing to expand the school with another building like this one: 

 
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One of the teachers are giving a lesson:

 
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The old buildings are not in a good condition:

 
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The main building has two floors:
 
 
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We want a fence around the school area to keep out the neigbor's animals:
 
 
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The road to the school is narrow and down a steep hil:
 
 
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The Nepali schools has a lot of discipline and the children are experts in learning by heart:
 
 
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The youngest have just started school and will feel the full effect of the improvements:
 
 
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The principal, Moti Lai Shestha working in the office:
 
 
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