Nepal: Education and a dollar a week

Our Dream on the importance of education in Nepal, and what one could do about it. “Most of these children come from families who cannot afford two meals a day, let alone education costs for the child. The parents work in the farm all day or for some other people to earn their living. So, they are unable to send their children to school. Moreover, they expect these kids to help them in their daily household work.”

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