We believe that introducing educated children into society is essential and will help to change the mindset of those around them .

The Dalit caste is the most suffering of all communities who face all possible forms of discrimination and inequality Our aim is to help them in their strive for better lives by supporting them to get education. For these people, a diploma can be all that is needed to escape from their misery. Through education and the increased likelihood of employment we can help empower them and their families to rise from poverty. .

Population approximate : 30 million

In the World’s human development index it ranks on the 154th position

25% of nationl poverty

Handicaped approximate : 2'400 millions

5 % only have access to education

90% live in rural zones

Physically handicapped children are mostly not accepted by the government  schools and girls have no future. They cannot be married or sold and their families are mostly too poor to afford medical expenses, prosthesis and education. Therefore these are often abandoned by their parents.in monasteries. When doomed to live in the streets  they frequently perish in the cold Himalayen nights. For the family and specially for the mothers, who are responsible for the health of their children,a thandicapped child symbolizes a punishment from the gods, hence a disgrace  that cover the famiy with shame. 

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The first step to enable integration is to complete secondary school. The young people can then follow an apprenticeship or enter University regardless of their origin.

 

Once in possession of a diploma they have access to society and therefore to any job. Their origin is irrelevant.

These individuals can then financially assist their families. This contributes to their self-esteem and well being and, we hope, to reduce the discrimination existing among the castes and raise the level of education in the country.


 

I'm is also hoped that the children of the centre will understand the meaning of life through the continuous counseling classes and develop the values and skills for constructive living so that they are able to solve small problems and live together in harmony. 

When the children get the proper care, they will be influencing their families. It is identified that the family would be indirectly benefiting from this project because the children will be cared by the centre and their cost towards them from the family will be saved.

In addition, the entire community will not be left from the benefit of the program.

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PAST ACTIVITIES 'm aWhilst building the clinic, Marie-Josée de Quevedo met Amrit Pudasainee, who at the time was working at the "Disabled Rehabilitation Center". There, he specialized to become as an educator. In 2010, he decided to open his own welcome centre in Katmandu and created a non profitable association under the name of NGO registred in Katmandu "DHC Disabled, Herpless Childreen New Life Nepal" of which he is the president. During those years, M.-J de Quevedo followed his work and Surya Association Drupka Suisse supports this NGO. 

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Wh are the beneficiaies

When the children get the proper care, they will be influencing their families. It is identified that the family would be indirectly benefiting from this project because the children will be cared by the centre and their cost towards them from the family will be saved.

In addition, the entire community will not be left from the benefit of the program.

I'm aNowadays, the association Surya works hand in hand with the Director, Amrit Pudassainee monitoring the yearly budget and kepping an eye on the general development

 

 

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CCP 17-307324-2

IBAN . CH50 0900 0000 1730 7324 2

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Surya Association Drukpa Suisse

16, rue de l'École-de-Médecine 

1205 Geneva,

Switzerland