Program 2018

Program 2018

1. January 29 (Celebrating 4th Anniversary, Bhumesthan Dhading)

There’s one day we’ve marked to celebrate each year.
“Four years of raising hope.”
Now it’s time for celebration.
Happy birthday AAROH !

On the 29th of January, 2018, we celebrated our four years anniversary at “Shree Mahakali Primary School” with our students engaging them in games, music, refreshments, training them basic health and hygiene, while also providing winter uniforms.



 2. March 7 (Farewell, Project Golden Future,  Ramechhap/Doramba) 

After the completion of our project GOLDEN FUTURE in “Shree Buddhodaya Primary School” time comes when we have to say good bye to our little family with a heavy heart wishing everyone great life ahead.

PROJECT END: March 2018

We completed eight PHASES !

  1. PHASE I – Research.
  2.  PHASE II – Capacity building programs of the teachers by training them about the teaching methodology.
  3.  PHASE III- Awareness about education in the community.
  4.  PHASE IV – Establishing Moral science as a main model.
  5. PHASE V – Improvising whether the progress of the school is well maintained and developing a more effective way of quality education.
  6.  PHASE VI – Construction and fencing.
  7.  PHASE VII – Standard school and advanced learning.
    Qualified teachers.
    Motivated students and a child friendly environment.
    Positive community attitude towards school.



3. April 15-17 (Introduction of E-Learning) 

Children cannot be effective in tomorrow’s world if they are trained in yesterday’s skills. Technology has revolutionised the way we work and is now set to transform education. Nor should teachers be denied the tools that other professionals take for granted.

This is our small attempt to introduce technology. We provided computer, printer and necessary peripherals to “Shree Mahakali Primary School.” A computer workshop was conducted for three days to enhance professional development of teachers.


4. June 19 (Sponsor a child project) 

We would like to thank Leticia Kok Yen (KUK family) for the support they have given to our children.
We also want to take a moment to thank “Windhorse Rising”(Andrea Drewer and Tokpa Korlo) for all the support they have shown in our program. Creating education network is a necessity and they were here who collaborated with us in 2017 and what a huge effort it took to make this program so great.



 5. August (3-7) (AAROH and NAMAS, volunteer project) 

Sharing your time and talents with those who need it most on the other side of the world is one of the most rewarding experiences you can ever take part in. Thank you Yushma Gurung and for sparking our kids and community lives. Your teachings will always be praised.


6. October (26-28) (Visit to Marienschule, Saarbruecken) 

We conducted a fundraising event in Marienschule; a beautiful educational in Saarbruecken Germany  which have been supporting AAROH and admiring our work for many years. The three day event name was “Nepal Bazaar” that promoted Nepalese handicrafts with eco-friendly and sustainable Nepali items such as bags, note-books, scarves, pencils, felt and woolen items.

President Prasha Lama conducted talks and presentation regarding AAROH projects in each classrooms grade (5-12). The event was very productive.





7. December 9  (Distribution of uniforms) 

As a part of our Golden Future project in “Shree Mahakali Primary School”  we provided warm uniforms to our students. Our team efficiently conducted various entertaining and interactive games and also documentation and previous phase feedback were conducted.


8. December 20  (Introduction of Golden Future) 

We conducted the first phase of the Golden Future Project at Kavre with the main motive of research and to improve the educational quality by maintaining a child-friendly environment. Our team efficiently conducted various entertaining and interactive games, distribution of uniforms, documentation and household surveys. The project has begun its first phase and still many phases to accomplish until we make it sustainable.

For the poor, in rural areas their pre-occupation is earning of livelihood and all other activities are given second importance. In this context the project will focus on children in need with particular emphasis on economically poor background by providing educational opportunities. The project will simultaneously organize activities for providing sustainable livelihood of their families and other empowerment opportunities to the concerned mothers of the said children.


When there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.