Project Jhola (Bag)

What is Project Jhola (Bag)?
Project Jhola, A bag for every child in Nepal is the distribution of school bag to the marginalized school going children from far-flung remote places of Nepal. As the school system remains plagued by high dropout rates, the absence record of students is high. Hence, to promote the importance of education, school bags are provided as a tool of motivation for them. The project was initiated by Solidarity Nepal, A non-profitable and social welfare organization aiming to establish and implement sustainable education, health, drinking water and community development programs in the rural areas of Nepal and supported by the worldwide members & volunteers of Solidarity International, an international philanthropic organization based in Nepal with large network of members and volunteers worldwide. We, the team of Solidarity International, has been collecting funds from individual sponsors to run this project. In 2019, we have planned to distribute bags to 1000 children from different remote districts of all 7 provinces of Nepal.

How does the project run?
This project is currently operational based on an individual donor. One individual can sponsor a bag for one child by donating Nrs. 500 (USD 4.54) to our organization. For those, who donate Nrs 5000 (USD 45.39) or more are granted lifetime membership of our organization. For proper coordination and management of the project, volunteers from our organizations are mobilized to ensure efficacy.

Global Agenda 2030:

By 2030 we have a global agenda of providing school bags to more than 100,000 students. This project is also aimed at advocating the importance of education and attending school.

How do I take part?
Those who want to take part can contact our official email address or contact our facebook page ( or contact at our office or directly contact one of the representatives of Solidarity International.

Brief Description of Organization:
Solidarity International was established in 2008 and since then, the organization has been providing a need-based scholarship to more than 1000 children a year. After 2015 massive earthquake, Solidarity International has reconstructed 20 schools in various districts of Nepal. The organization has received national as well as international recognition based on community outreach activities. Future plans include drinking water project, solar panel distribution, youth engagement and entrepreneurship and training to maternal and child health care providers.


A/C Name: Solidarity International Nepal
A/C No: 0700010014103
Branch: Gongabu, Kathmandu, Nepal

A/C Name: Solidarity Nepal
A/C No: 0660010015602
Branch: New Baneshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal