The mother-to-be, Nathalie Meskens, let her heart even before the birth of her child to speak loudly. The Cunina ambassador explains, not only is a baby registry for her baby, but also is as one of the Cunina sponsored parties in the country. She saw it while on a trip of a’s allocation to Nepal, namely: how do the underprivileged children in the remote Himalayas, without help, have little or no chance of getting an education and out of poverty is to touch it.
Even though primary education is free and compulsory for children aged six to eleven years, and thirty per cent of Nepal’s population cannot read or write. Only half of Nepali children to go to school. Unfortunately, government schools are of poor quality, while the private schools-for many families, cost far too much. This is one of the main reasons why kids who are still in education, start of school is often asked to leave. Therefore, drew, Sophie Vangheel, the founder and the managing director’s allocation, in 2008, on the recommendation of a local Cuninamedewerker to a remote area of the Himalayas. Rice terraces, it was not to be seen as Sophie in the Sekha has arrived. It turned out to be the appropriate place to get up high in the Nepalese mountains to build a school, so that bergkinderen in the area, no longer have to walk to and from school in the valley it was a trip of a few hours.
From the beginning of 2020 and then start’s allocation in the Sekha two of the training programs, electricity, and food. Students may have a certification which makes them easier to find employment in a bottleneck job. In the region around the Sekha is backpacktoerisme on the rise, but here it is, the world is not ready for this. For this reason, Cunina, with the Green Village restaurant in Green Village, verblijfhuisjes. As there start to be in the mountains, electricity is created, there are a lot of qualified and skilled electricians are needed. Well, that turned out to be a local to find, and there are electricians out in the capital city of Kathmandu and is reached. Cunina would like to take this to changing trends, and to make sure that the local people can be trained to do so.Thanks to Cunina is in the lives of many of Nepal’s children are a positive change, but there is still a lot of work to be done. “The place where your cradle stands, which determines the chances that you will get in life” is the slogan of a’s allocation, After the thirty year’s allocation, it is still a hard reality for a child in Nepal still do not have the same opportunities that a child in the region.