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  • KIKN’s Pride and Joy

    It is always such a joy and with a sense of pride whenever I meet up with KIKN’s first 4 University graduate and under graduates namely Asmita, Apsarah, Sangita, and Laxmi. Asmita (pictured with her own sponsored child Rojina) graduated over 2 years ago in Business Studies. She started doing some social and community work

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  • Lubhoo School

    The Chair of KIKN joined Lai See to visit this inspiring school. They were warmly welcomed with garlands and traditional Nepali scarves. The demand for increasing the numbers at our Breakfast club is pressing. This is the common issue facing all the 7 schools we are helping. 100 children in every school club is no

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  • Nepal Adarsha Secondary School

    This new school is KIKN’s 7th. A small Breakfast club (for 50 children) was started at the school on 1 September. A.n inner city school with very little outside space for sports. The school was set up over 60 years ago. It was rebuilt following the 2015 earthquake. The school buildings sit on both sides

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  • First Visit to Shree Budhha High School, Lalitpur

    This is the 6th school that KIKN is supporting. The school was set up over 50 years ago with a handful of children. It has over 600 pupils currently with 26 teachers. It takes pupils up to Year 12 (A level) standard. It is situated on the outskirts of the Kathmandu Valley, surrounded by green

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  • KIKN Sponsored Children Part 2

    The 9 Lubhoo children came today for their sponsors’ letters. Such a pleasure to see them. The thirteen and fourteen year-olds have grown very tall and beautiful. How times fly……. Every child read their letter with anticipation with a gift/gifts from their sponsor. They were well received! Such delightful company. It took the children over

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  • KIKN Sponsored Children Part 1

    It is always a pleasure to meet up with the 40 sponsored children within the first few days of arriving. It is my first opportunity to talk to them at leisure, finding out how their school lives have been for them and the welfare of their families.Sometimes children will ask, out of desperation, for help

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