Shree Mahjgaun Lower Secondary School is in a small village to the north east of Kathmandu and has been rebuilt by Classrooms in the Clouds following the devastating earthquakes of 2015. 6 classrooms were originally opened in 2013 thanks to Peaks Foundations and Eastman (formerly Solutia) however the school was severely damaged in the Earthquakes.

CITC rebuilt the school using high quality, earthquake resistant construction methods and it was able to re open in 2016 stronger, more resilient and ready to serve the 109 students from Nursery to Grade 6. Huge thanks must be given to donors, Kirfaid, US, New Hampshire Nepalese Community US and donations from so many people around the world to the CITC Earthquake Recovery Fund.

"Rebuilding the school can secure the educational rights of the children in the village and they will not have to drop out from the school. You are not just building a school, you are contributing to the future of the kids studying here. Your small support can help us assure the right of every children to get quality education." - Principal Ramsaran Ghimire     

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