WALL PAINTING AT SHREE PANCHAKANYA PRIMARY SCHOOL-NUWAKOT| 10 DECEMBER 2016

Clean up Nepal team painted latrine walls at Shree Panchakanya Primary School at Suryamati, Nuwakot with messages on sanitation on 10th December. This is one of the three earthquake affected schools where Clean up Nepal is constructing latrines for students.

Clean up Nepal team along with five art students left for Nuwakot on 9 December, stayed overnight and completed the painting on 10 December 2016. The painting program was mini refreshment for our team; everyone showed their hidden talent with paints while some of the local kids accompanied our team at school. Art students from Siddhartha Art Gallery brought life to our characters Bhoomi and Barun. We are grateful to these wonderful students without whom the painting program would not have been possible. The painting aims to spread the message of proper hand washing and sanitation behavior to the students and community.

Construction of the latrine is a part of ‘Swochha Bidhyalaya Program and is generously supported by Ncell. For further information, please contact Rija Joshi at rija.joshi@cleanupnepal.org.np or on +977 1 4428633.

For more photos please click here.

Last Updated: December 13, 2016

Latest Updates

  • Waste Management Training | Budhanilkantha

    Clean up Nepal facilitated training on waste management in one of the communities of Budhanilkantha. The clustered community consisted of 18 households and a factory […]

  • Nepal Impact Marathon | IMS

    We would like to thank Robert Watkiss, an intern at Clean up Nepal from Western Sydney University, for running 10Ks in the Nepal Impact Marathon […]

  • Certificate Distribution | Tika Vidhyashram School

    With the completion of the Zero Waste at Schools Program in Tika Vidhyashram Secondary School, Clean up Nepal handed over the certificate of participation to […]

See All Updates >

Get Updates

Be a part of the solution

Submit

Stay Connected

Get updates from our social media pages.

Our Partners

Event Calendar