Child marriage prevention program through circus and theater in collaboration with TAI Foundation, Circus Kathmandu and HCI in Kagati Village / Nepal, where the literacy rate is very low and child marriage is common between children, age 14 - 18.
A small library catering to 20 children and 7 staff members was established in the premise of Kumudini in 2016 by BOOKS FOR CHANGE. Learn more from Karma Sherpa how literacy can have a positive impact on the children.
We are delighted to Present you our new Library at East Point Academy in Ghalythum, Sindhupalchok district, Nepal. This library has been established in collaboration with Kids of Kathmandu. We are very grateful for their partnership.
Thank you Stefania Botturi for being so proactive and inspirational by supporting BOOKS FOR CHANGE. You are an inspiration to all of us and we are grateful for your support in helping to bring the joy of literacy to less privileged children.
There are some children books that bring hope and arouses empathy even for the adults. One such children book is "The Journey" by Francesca Sanna. One such children book is "The Journey" by Francesca Sanna.
The next time you find yourself in need of a bedtime story look to the stars.The Global Space Education Foundation has a space station full of astronauts willing to read you a story, free of charge and free of gravity.
The participation of the students and the teachers in the play was very impressive. After the play, when the audience had to speak against the antagonist, the students came forward to express their strong opinions against the perils of child marriage.
We are happy and excited to announce another BOOKS FOR CHANGE success story with the opening of our new library in Sermathang Nepal.
Thank you for all the support by making this possible.
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.