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It really is a headache how to find the money to pay for the education that these children are getting….and of course we want to do more as our goal is to lift them out of poverty. It costs 5% of what the UK Government spend on a child - or the cost of private/public schooling for one child covers [...]

Storytelling Competition – and the results of our cookery competition

JK Rowling has sold 500,000,000 Harry Potter books world-wide and is worth $1billion US. Seems a good reason to encourage young people to tell stories and to tell them well. Of course other jobs depend on storytelling too: management, advertising, project leadership, proposal writing and more. So our next competition is for all children aged 3-14. I attach an outline [...]

Zoom Lessons in Nepal

Nepal may be in strict lockdown but, behind the scenes, we have been incredibly creative and busy! The pictures may look like everyday life and so it is hard to explain how special they are. Outside in Hangdewa, bullocks plough fields, landowners and day workers plant row after row of rice by hand, buffaloes are milked in the shed by [...]

Launching ‘Buddy N’pal’

Do you know a family who could buddy a child in Nepal? Nepal is in a bad way. Nearly 9,000 new cases yesterday and 214 deaths officially reported, but most never making it to hospital. It is being called a humanitarian catastrophe. The nearest town has had 134 deaths in the last week in an unstoppable curve up. The children [...]

Q. Learning Nepal Trust CIO is now a Registered Charity Number 1192365

Q. Learning Ltd is proud to announce that the Charity Commission has approved our application for charitable status for the work we have funded in NE Nepal in the Eastern Himalayas for the past 13 years. www.qlearningnepal.com Q. Learning Nepal Trust CIO is a team of Western social entrepreneurs. By providing grants and funds to Nepalese schools, we make it [...]

Come and Visit Us in 2020

I returned to Hangdewa in November 2019, 11 years since my very first visit. And, in some ways, little has changed…and in others, so much. Women with huge golden nose-rings and turban-like head-covers still labour in subsistence farms, tending the walls of paddy fields, planting, weeding, cutting, and threshing crops by hand. Buffalos still plough fields. Bees buzz in and [...]

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