Shenpen Education


Providing educational opportunities to the poor and needy children of Nepal, and to develop an awareness of alternative styles of education for the young child of Nepal

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Nepal’s educational organizations have tried to effect many positive changes in the education of the children of Nepal over the past fifteen years. Some attempts at change have been successful, some not. Since there was no evident way public education could meet the needs of all school-age children in Nepal, every year, for the past 17 years, many private schools have opened up all over the Kathmandu valley, and across Nepal itself. The increase in private schools took place at an extremely rapid rate which not only challenged the educational system as a whole, but also the ability for many families to afford to send their child to school.

Shenpen Education has attempted to alleviate some of the inability for parents to send their children to school by sponsoring children’s education. The more children we can help get a good and valuable education the brighter the future, not only for them, but for Nepal as a whole.

With the financial support of C.H.A.N.C.E. for Nepal (UK), and donations we receive through our website and Pay Pal, along with other private donations, Shenpen Education supports the education of 13 children, as well as the monthly educational materials for young children in Dhola. Read all about Shenpen Education Projects and learn more about our work in this dynamic area.

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2016 at SHENPEN Education — Meeting Children Rights by offering them opportunities for growth through education Posted Feb 08, 2017 By Mélanie Letourneau

 In 2016 Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen Education sponsored the education of eleven students in seven different schools here in Boudha and other areas, with funds from C.H.A.N.C.E for Nepal (UK) and various donors. In Nepal, the cost of sponsoring a child is quite reasonable, with an average of 21,800 Nrs ($200) annually. Shenpen’s sponsorship programme…

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