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I am waiting to join the school next year

September 24, 2011

 

Sabina Tamang, 18 years old is a residential of Chhap VDC, Ward no 2 of Nuwakot District. She is the first girl in her village to pass the SLC exam this year. She wants to go to the Higher School for her education continuation but she couldn't go alone because of the distance of the school.

 

She needs to walk 2½ hours to reach the nearest school for +2 educations. Her collage starts from 6:30 am. To reach the collage, she has to start walking from her village from 4:00 am. Therefore; she decided to wait for next year to go with her friends. She has a hope that there will be other girls in the schools will also passing the SLC in coming year so they can go as a group together.

 

She became success to pass the SLC exam faced many obstacles and problems in her life. There was no primary school in her village. She needed to walk one hour to reach the primary school, for lower secondary education, she needed to walk one and half hour and lastly for secondary education two and half hours.

 

When SCN staff visited her village for selection of the volunteer motivator, community people selected as a volunteer for the PRA training.  During the PRA training, she learned and observed new knowledge and skills. She was also motivated to do social service in her villages. She realized that she will encourage and help other girls in her village to success SLC exam next year so she can also join higher school with newly pass SLC exam students.

 

Parbati Timalsina

Team Member

ABCD Preparation Team


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