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Étiquette : voyages

By Anga: My discovery of Dhading

Rubbing my sleepy eyes, I suddenly realized that I had to get myself ready to depart. Within a few minutes I got myself ready and the journey started. It was my first visit to Dhading. Dhading, a remote area, rich in greenery, reminded me of my own birthplace. All that was missing in the scenario… Lire la suite ›

By Rajindra: Emerging from a tumultuous year!

This year I have been through a storm in life. I have turned 20 and experienced a lot of things in this crucial phase of my life. In May 2012, I gave my board examinations at the end of 12th grade (the equivalent of the French baccalauréat) and I passed with a score of 60%,… Lire la suite ›

Greetings from Dhading!!!!!

Some newcomers to be sponsored: Many more to come ……. By Marie-Hélène and Carole, online from Dhading!

By Naren : Enjoying Internship !

I am doing a Bachelor in International Hospitality Administration (or simply BA-IHA) at P.E.S. in Bangalore. I am currently in my second year of the Bachelor program. For my course, internship is a basic requirement and a key part of the curriculum. All the students of Hotel management are sent for training in the hospitality… Lire la suite ›

By Sarita and Pratikcha: Progress report on Dhading

Pratikcha and I went to Dhading on January 18 early in the morning. Rajendra could not come with us as he had exams. Since we didn’t know the whereabouts of the school, it took us a long time to get there. We finally reached the school in the afternoon. There, we met the Principal of… Lire la suite ›

By Sarita: Voyage d’une Népalaise à Paris

I had always wanted to visit France and experience a different environment at one of the most developed countries in the world. Thanks to Solidarité Enfance Asie (SEA) I have been very lucky to have all the facilities like going to a good nursing school, having a lovely place to live in and a good family to… Lire la suite ›

By Pramilla: Greetings from Sanya Bay – China!

As part of my education (3rd year of a bachelor degree) I had to do a 1-year internship either in Nepal or abroad. My university offered its top 50 students the opportunity to do their internship in China in a 5 Star hotel. Since I ranked 35, I got selected! So here I am, in… Lire la suite ›

Usha est parrainée à HCA depuis mai 2012

Usha a 10 ans. Elle vit avec sa mère et ses 2 petites sœurs, Nisha et Binisha (également parrainée par SEA) dans un « 1 pièce » à Katmandou. Son père travaille comme ouvrier loin de Katmandou. Le peu d’argent qu’il gagne est utilisé pour rembourser une large dette. Aussi la famille vit-elle à Katmandou sur les… Lire la suite ›

By Rajindra: Report on HCA children

Suman was enrolled in the school’s extra tuition class in August. He works hard, and teachers hope that he will get better results at his second-term exams. He is engaged in the school’s extracurricular activities, which means that he has friends and is adapting to his new environment. At home, he has only his mother… Lire la suite ›

By Anga: Class Trip with ADVENTURE NEPAL

Trip to Tamu, Dangsing Village Development Committee (VDC) , Salyan – organised by ADVENTURE NEPAL (DCRC PROGRAM) It was an adventurous, challenging, joyous, interactive, beneficial trip, which will remain as a memento of my life. It’s very difficult for me to keep the image of that village and the love obtained from my mates during this short period… Lire la suite ›

By Jyoti: my dream has come true!

Bangalore is such a wonderful place that many people dream of studying here to make their career. For a student like me, getting a chance to study in a city like Bangalore is a golden opportunity, which I want to grab and make full use of. I am blessed by SEA, which has supported me since I… Lire la suite ›

Anjali Lama est dans le Home SEA depuis avril 2012

Anjali a 9 ans. Jusqu’en avril elle vivait avec sa mère, son frère et sa sœur dans une chambre délabrée à Katmandou. Son père a quitté la famille il y a plusieurs années. Il boit. Sa mère fait des ménages ici ou là quand elle arrive à trouver du travail. Comme il n’y a pas… Lire la suite ›

Anu a rejoint le Home SEA en juin 2012

Suntali (mais nous l’appelons Anu) a 13 ans, elle est originaire du district de Sindhuli, situé à une petite centaine de kilomètres au sud-est de Katmandou. Il y a une dizaine d’années ses parents ont émigré à Katmandou pour fuir la pauvreté. A Katmandou, ils vendaient de la nourriture dans la rue. Mais le renchérissement… Lire la suite ›

Mon nom est Simran Shiwakoti

J’ai 9 ans. Mon père est porteur, ma mère vend des légumes dans la rue. J’ai 2 frères et 2 sœurs, tous étudient dans une école publique à l’exception de mon frère ainé, de 19 ans, qui travaille dans un hôtel. Si mes sœurs, mon frère et moi avons eu la chance d’étudier, c’est grâce… Lire la suite ›

Letter from Nirdesh Achrya

My name is Nirdesh Achrya. I was born in a village named Tasarpu in Dhading. I am now 16 years old and I am studying in grade 11 at Ed-Mark Academy, which is in Kalanki in the Kathmandu valley. I completed my education till class 10 in my village. I passed the School Leaving Certificate… Lire la suite ›

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