Shree Deurali Community English School is a small school situated on the outskirts of the Himalayan countryside, in a small village called Lahachowk. It was established in the year 2000 (Nepali date: 2057 BS).
 
Deurali school is a community school, with children from far away coming to this school to study here. The school has 11 classes: from nursery up to class 8 (3 - 14 year old students). At the moment the school has around 160 children and 18 staff members, having grown considerably over the years due to the quality of the education provided. As this has not gone unnoticed by parents and guardians, the roll continues to increase. With the help of the local community and all its supporters the school is getting better and more modern in its educational facilities. Since March 2016 the school is using a school bus so children won't have to walk - sometimes for more than an hour - to reach school.

 

During the last few years volunteers from different European countries have been involved in this school. The school is being supported by a secondary school from England and since 2014 oHoH has also been involved. In that year we started the Scholarship Program oHoH (SPO) by providing 10 children with a full scholarship. This meant they received all the books, uniforms, pens, copies, bags, etc. for free. oHoH was also paying all the required school fees. In 2016 we increased our SPO with another 10 children. Every year we try to increase the number of sponsored children. The school is situated in a poor rural area with a lot of children who otherwise don't get the change to attend school, having to work in the fields or at a local factory. The SPO not only allows these children to attend school, providing them with a chance for a better future, it also contributes to diminishing child labour.

 

In April 2016 oHoH started a new project at this school. Together with "Stichting FortUna" from The Netherlands we started building a new toilet building and were planning for a new library building. In August 2016, the toilet building was finished and we are now moving our focus to the library building.

 

We would also like still to start a "computer project" at this school. We would like to provide the school and its students with a new computer lab and computers, powered by a solar panel system. The solar panel system will educate the children and the staff about ecological and environmental sustainability, fitting nicely within the “Children and Natural Resource Management”- pillar of oHoH’s Mission. However, this depends on how fast we finish our library project and how fast we can find the necessary funding. 

 

To read more about the toilet project or any other projects related to this school please go to the top menu bar. “Projects” – “Deurali School”. Photos of completed and ongoing projects are available in the “Gallery”.

 

If you want to help us financially, please use "this link" and leave a message. We will get back to you as soon as possible for further details.

 

Shree Deurali Community English School is a small school situated on the outskirts of the Himalayan countryside, in a small village called Lahachowk. It was established in the year 2000 (Nepali date: 2057 BS).

 
Deurali school is a community school, with children from far away coming to this school to study here. The school has 11 classes: from nursery up to class 8 (3 - 14 year old students). At the moment the school has around 160 children and 18 staff members, having grown considerably over the years due to the quality of the education provided. As this has not gone unnoticed by parents and guardians, the roll continues to increase. With the help of the local community and all its supporters the school is getting better and more modern in its educational facilities. Since March 2016 the school is using a school bus so children won't have to walk - sometimes for more than an hour - to reach school.
 

During the last few years volunteers from different European countries have been involved in this school. The school is being supported by a secondary school from England and since 2014 oHoH has also been involved. In that year we started the Scholarship Program oHoH (Spo) by providing 10 children with a full scholarship. This meant they received all the books, uniforms, pens, copies, bags, etc. for free. oHoH was also paying all the required school fees. In 2016 we increased our Spo with another 10 children. Every year we try to increase the number of sponsored children. The school is situated in a poor rural area with a lot of children who otherwise don't get the change to attend school, having to work in the fields or at a local factory. The SPO not only allows these children to attend school, providing them with a chance for a better future, it also contributes to diminishing child labour.

 

In April 2016 oHoH started a new project at this school. Together with "Stichting FortUna" from The Netherlands we started building a new toilet building and were planning for a new library building. In August 2016, the toilet building was finished and we are now moving our focus to the library building.

 

We would also like still to start a "computer project" at this school. We would like to provide the school and its students with a new computer lab and computers, powered by a solar panel system. The solar panel system will educate the children and the staff about ecological and environmental sustainability, fitting nicely within the “Children and Natural Resource Management”- pillar of oHoH’s Mission. However, this depends on how fast we finish our library project and how fast we can find the necessary funding. 

 

To read more about the toilet project or any other projects related to this school please go to the top menu bar. “Projects” – “Deurali School”. Photos of completed and ongoing projects are available in the “Gallery”.

 

If you want to help us financially, please use "this link" and leave a message. We will get back to you as soon as possible for further details.

 

Deurali students having exams

Deurali school with all its buildings

Results day at Deurali school 

New textbooks, copies and uniforms for scholarship children

deurali-exams

Deurali students having exams

Deurali school with all its buildings

deurali-playground
deurali-resultsday

Results day at Deurali school 

New textbooks, copies and uniforms for scholarship children

 

deurali-classroom

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