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Students Hardship Fund

10 October, 2018 Nalang, Nepal, Causes rural Nepal(Nalang village)
Donation : £2,940.00/ £0.00 DONATE NOW

60% of the population in rural Nepal are subsistence farmers with many living below the poverty line. Although school attendance up to, and including, year 10 is compulsory only about 50% of children who enrol in school- remain at school

until the leaving age and an unknown number of children never even start their education at all. Research has shown that the inability of paying even the small school fee costs and that of buying school uniform is a significant reason for parents either not registering their children for education of for withdrawing them prematurely.

We believe that all children should get a good education and we need your help because without your gift there is a child who may never get the gift of education.

  • Your gift of £50 will buy a child a full school uniform
  • a gift of £4 a month will pay school fees for younger children
  • £7 a month those for teenage  pupils
  • £16 will pay for a child’s school books etc.

 “One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world”  Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai

Give now

Your gift could help to change the world!

The Yearley trust has been helping 21 students through their education since 2018. With your help we hope to get to 50 more . Imagine how many lives will that change?!

note: If you want to help with sponsoring a student for their full education or university write to: info@theyearleytrust.org



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