12th September 2016
A special class was organised for me this morning. Surya the dance teacher has done wonders to get the whole school interested including a hard core of boys. Many of the KIKN sponsored children are involved in the dance class. They are good, very good. In fact they are in a class of their own.
9th September 2016
KIKN’s third school visit was to Jana Sudhar School. Once again the children lined the corridor while some stayed in the class room welcoming us with flowers and warm greetings. It was lovely to be back again to see the children thriving in this nurturing environment, especially so with the young children in the Nursery
8th September 2016
As part of supporting this school KIKN also sponsors 7 of its pupils (see photo) from very poor backgrounds. The UK sponsors have written their letters to their individual children. In turn the children will respond to their letters. I will be collecting them on our Open day, to take them back to their sponsors.
8th September 2016
My first visit to this beautiful school. Overwhelmed by the amazing welcome from the staff and children. It is KIKN’S third school. Our aim has been to provide improved facilities to help improve the life chances of the pupils there. Lu means gold, bhoo means plate. Lubhoo means plate of gold with plentiful bounty. This
7th September 2016
Kathmandu in the morning. The rainy season normally ceases by the beginning of September. It is unseasonal again. It has been raining almost everyday albeit lighter in the day ( a blessing) but with very heavy downpours during the night. I tend to have the whirring fan on, blocking out the tropical storm! Heavy rain
6th September 2016
It’s amazing what a difference a year makes – the bamboo skeleton house covered with sheets of corrugated iron is now a warm insulated home with a sealed ceiling, brick footing and proper windows. It is gratifying to know that KIKN has helped this family of 11 to survive against all odds following the 2015