Empowerment through education

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Batase School children picking up litter

“Don’t litter” has to be taught

When westerners first travel to Nepal they can find the level of rubbish confronting. It’s not just in Nepal. From my travelling experiences, I’ve noticed a disregard for managing litter a common problem throughout the developing countries of Southeast Asia. Resilient plastic everywhere. Why these societal attitudes exist in these …read more

new classrooms at Batase School

School progress, thanks to Ubuntu Foundation & Innocents Relief

Generosity abounds with the Ubuntu Life Foundation and Innocents Relief – a AUD$25,000 donation. We are very pleased to share with you the news that Batase School has completed their Building Upgrade Project. The project grew as a result of a ‘limited’ gift from the Nepalese Government. In 2019 Sujan …read more

Batase Year 9 and 10 students

Year 9 & 10 cultural-exchange tour, with help from Innocents Relief

Sixty students and six teachers from the Batase School had an inspirational and privileged opportunity to go on a cultural-exchange adventure around central Nepal. Batase is a small village in regional Nepal, located high in the Himalayan Ranges. An opportunity for school children to go on a school excursion is …read more

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