100 school going children of Gandaki Province received School Bag under Project JHOLA

Solidarity International in coordination with Rotary Club of Kathmandu distributed 100 bags to 50 students of Dharmawoti Secondary School, 25 students of Sarbodaya Lower Secondary School and 25 students of Janajyoti Lower Secondary School of Siranchowk Rural Municipality Ward no 4 of Gorkha district on 15th Nov, 2019. The program was organized in the presence of Mr. Dipak Hamal, Chairman of Siranchowk Rural Municipality Ward no 4 and Mr. Rajendra Gautam, President & CEO of Solidarity International.

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. 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.  By 2030 SI have a global agenda of providing school bags to more than 100,000 students.