Completed: Education

Rebuild Nepal: Shree Setibhume Secondary School

Year: 2016 The Shree Setibhume School is located in Ramche in the Rasuwa district in Northern Nepal. The school is the biggest in the area. The people of this region are predominantly from the ethnic group called Tamang; they are poor and rely on subsistence farming. A large number of World Expeditions’ porters come from this …
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Rebuild Nepal: Manju Shree Primary School

Year: 2015 Location Solu Khumbu region of eastern Nepal | # Students attending 60 students | Grades From nursery to class 5 | # Teachers 7 teachers, 6 teachers paid by the government and 1 teacher is sponsored  | Surrounding villages that access the school Roshi, Lura, Aur Bout, Bhalu Khop, Danda Tol and Balduk. During the devastating earthquakes in April …
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Rebuild Nepal: Kshamawati Higher Secondary School

Years: 2015/2016 Located: Dolakha district | # Students attending 470 students |  | Life in the region the people of this region are predominantly from the ethnic group called Thamis, and they face the challenge of limited access to education. The World Expeditions Foundation has been assisting this school since 2013 with the construction of a residential hostel for the students. …
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Vietnam: Thanh Son Elementary School & Kindergarten

Years: 2014 and 2015 Achievements: In March 2015 built a 15m2 kitchen room for the school that will facilitate the cooking of meals and also provide a space to serve lunch for the pupils.  See the results >> In August 2015 the World Expeditions Foundation funded the materials and wages for local workers to construct …
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India: Rajasthan Jambha School Upgrade

Year: 2008 Achievements: Completing repairs, painting and minor construction work on the Rajikya Adrash Prathmik Vidyalaya School, such as: the painting of the school rooms internally and externally the supply of 6 desks development of a stone wall at the front of the school general maintenance of roof and windows Impact: An environment that is …
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Cambodia: Balang School Upgrade

Year: 2008 Achievements: Over the course of project 17 participants and the local community achieved the following: Building repairs including wood cladding, application of timber preservative, repairing holes and cracks in the walls Providing new doors and replacing approx 20 window shutters Building desks, benches, white boards Fitting new lights in the classrooms Repainting the …
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Vietnam: Xom Van School Upgrade

Year: 2007 Achievements: Built a new classroom for the care of the young children in the remote Mai Chau village of Xo. Typhoon Lekima hit the area a few weeks before our participants arrived, meaning that the village was cut off from roads and delaying the project equipment arriving on time. Because of this the …
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Vietnam: Xom Van Village School Upgrade

Year: 2006 Achievements: Built a kindergarten classroom for the young children of Xom Van village. Impact: The children now have a clean and sturdy kindergarten in which to learn. During time of bad weather (storms, heat and cold) it will be more comfortable for the children. As the local community were involved in the project …
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Nepal: Langtang School Upgrade

Year: 2009 Achievements: Renovated the Seti Bhumi Secondary School. The school consisted of 6 rooms, 4 of these rooms where without windows and doors or any furniture, the roof was leaky, and floors and walls in desperate need of plastering. The group of participants completed these jobs during their time at Ramche village. Impact: Created …
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Nepal: Shree Bukha Deurali School Upgrade

Year: 2009 Achievements: The Shree Bukha Deurali School was established over 45 years ago in the small village if Bukha in the Annapurna foothills and has 368 students in attendance. During our time in the village the group of Community Project Travel participants constructed a bridge over the nearby river. Impact: The bridge enables the …
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