We are so grateful to read this fantastic review of PAWANKALI by Gandhi Raj Kafle on Gorkhapatra, a newspaper based in Kathmandu. This marks our third review in the newspapers based in Nepal. The book is now available online.
The first library of Muyinga - Burundi, part of a future inclusive school for deaf children, in locally sourced compressed earth blocks, clay tiles and eucalyptus beams, built with a participatory approach.
Young children who grow up in an enriching environment where they feel loved, cared for, protected and stimulated, and where they received good nutrition, have the best possible chance of optimal development.
The Children book,“Pawankali” book promotion took place in a lively school filled with greenery called Rupi International School, Kathmandu. In this event, 200 students from primary section and 15 teachers were present to listen to Pranita's presentation.
We are so overwhelmed to share with you all our recent development in our Library Project in Bhawani Secondary School, Kagati.This library is dedicated to Malala Yousafzai because we are inspired by her story and her fight for educating young girls.
Stephanie Sinclair a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist, is the founder and executive director of the nonprofit organizationToo Young to Wed. Reports from Kagati Village where we have recently established a library.
The Atlas Of Beauty is a project about our planet’s diversity shown through portraits of women. Since almost 4 years ago, Mihaela travels around the world with her backpack and her camera to document women.
We are thrilled to announce that our book "PAWANKALI" got covered by Kantipur News. The book explores the conflict between humans and nature in a way that is insightful to young readers.
Books for Change is committed to the cause of girl child education in rural Nepal, but when we receive pictures like these as acknowledgment, it only strengthens our resolve further.
The first 1,000 days of a child's life are the most important. What’s the most important thing a child has? It’s their brain. And yet, we’re not caring for children’s brains the way we care for their bodies.
Paul Kalanithi, was a neurosurgeon who was diagnosed with lung cancer in his mid-30s. He wrote this fascinating book on confronting mortality. Here, he reflects on his changing perception of time.
Erleben Sie wie eine 'Books for Change' Bibliothek in Nepal entsteht. Dank Ihrer Unterstützung erhalten tausende von Kinder Zugang zu Bücher. Wir danken Ihnen herzlich.