All posts in: "Education"

  1. Daily Meal program at Mitra Aadharbhut Vidhayala School

    The 3rd July, 2017 marks a very special day for us, Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen, as we launch the daily meal program at Mitra Aadharbhut Vidhayala public school in Chabahil-Ganesthan where we deserve 75 needy students. This is the first time they are able to eat a real meal during lunch hour. Daily…

  2. Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen Sponsorship Program

    Education is one of the most effective ways to stop the vicious circle of poverty and make the world we live in better for everyone. For these reasons, Shenpen Education has a deep desire that every child in Nepal has the opportunity for a good education. Every day, we commit…

  3. It’s Student Appreciation Month!

    Moments of love, laughter and togetherness! Last weekend we were thrilled to meet all our dear students. This was the first ever welcome treat for our sponsored students and it was so much fun watching them happily enjoying some fresh fruit, their favorite momos and pastries!   They also enjoyed painting…

  4. Sponsor a student. Change lives.

    Shenpen Education wishes to extent program in order to offer more sponsorships. This year, we are looking to match with a kind and generous sponsor five of our eleven students. Education is the most effective way to stop the vicious circle of poverty and make the world we live in…

  5. 2016 at SHENPEN Education — Meeting Children Rights by offering them opportunities for growth through education

     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…

  6. The Challenges of Education in Nepal

    In 1951, 9,000 students were registered in primary schools across Nepal and only 1,700 students were engaged in secondary level education. At that time, Nepal counted only two colleges. There was no university. The impact of this was that only 5% of the adult population was educated in a modern…

  7. Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen and C.H.A.N.C.E. for Nepal (UK) Join Involvement in the Education of a Community

    If you are planning for one year – sow rice For ten year – plant trees For hundred years – educate people [Chinese proverb]   Since the developing stages of Shenpen in 2004, SHENPEN Education had as a mission to provide educational opportunities to the poor and needy children of…

  8. The challenges of Education in Nepal

    In 1951, 9,000 students were registered in primary schools across Nepal and only 1,700 students were engaged in secondary level education. At that time, Nepal counted only two colleges. There was no university. The impact of this was that only 5% of the adult population was educated in a modern…