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Santi School Project Inc

Rating: 4 stars   1 review 513


295 Convent Avenue #66 New York NY 10031 USA


The Santi School Project was established in 2006 to improve education for children in the Sindhupalchok district of eastern Nepal by building and renovating school buildings, training teachers and exploring waysto generate long-term sources of funding. Run entirely by volunteers, the organization's first project is to build a primary school in a village in Ramche, a rural area in the mountains.

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Rating: 4 stars  

2 people found this review helpful

I have been involved with this non-profit since its inception in 2006. Initially, it was very exciting to work on this project. At that time, I was working full time and every weekend, I used to find some time to visit the project site, which was around 3 hours drive away from Kathmandu.

I did have a lot of hopes about helping the society and some were achieved while others were not. I learnt a lot from the first project and I have been using experiences gained and lessons learnt from the first project in our subsequent projects.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

In the smiling faces of the children who go to school

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What is this organization's top short-term priority?

School Renovation Teacher Training Volunteer Mobilization

What is its top priority in the long run?

Enabling the schools to achieve the goals that they have set for themselves.

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