Handing over to multipurpose women’s hall for women at Khadadevi-1, lubhuchapadi, Ramechhap, was held on 12th November 2017. The handing over ceremony was conducted in presence of Fr. Roy Sebastian S.J., Fr. Mathew Das S.J., Fr. Tej Kalyan Kujur S.J. along with NJSI team and village community members and school management committee.
The construction of hall was funded by Xavier Network in coordination with NJSI. The ceremony was lightened up by welcoming through tika, garland, and khada by the local community. Fr. Mathew inaugurate and Fr. Roy hand over the key to the local women’s community group( shree sundevi swasthya mahila samuha) and Fr. Tej inaugurate the school sanitary hall. NJSI is continuously supporting Lubhuchapadi by constructing water tank, opening road track, distributing furniture, school uniform, stationery items for Shree Sundevi Sunkoshi Basic School.
Fr. Roy Sebastian, Fr. Mathew and Fr. Tej along with team member thanks to the community for their cooperation and also encourage them to make the best uses of the hall.
On 10th of November 2017, NJSI has started the reconstruction and rehabilitation interventions to build a new Education cum Activity Center for the Special Children of Bagavati School. The ceremony took place at Bagavati school, Panchkhal -11, Kavre Palanchok in the presence of Fr. Boniface Tigga S.J, Fr. Roy Sebastian, Fr. Arulandum, Teresa Sasu ( Caritas Italiana ) along with School Management Committee chairmen and NJSI dignitaries staff laid the foundation stones.
The new building will provide ample space for study, rest and research purpose for Special Children of Bagavati school. The building will spread out on double stories levels. The local people expressed their gratitude and hope while extending their support for the completion of the Support. The project is being funded by Caritas Italiana.
Tailoring Training Certificate distribution ceremony at suri, Dolakha was held on 7th Nov. 2017. Keeping in view of empowering the Indigenous Surel community the NJSI is continuously supporting them by providing different types of technical and vocational training.
NJSI has organized three months tailoring training for 16 participants from 20, March – 21, June 2017 at multi-purpose activity center at suri.
Fr. Arul the Regional Director of NJSI along with village community member and NJSI staff distributed the certificate to the trainees and wish them for their successful life endeavor.
On November 1st, 2017, Welcome ceremony was held for Msgr. Dr. Klaus Kramer, President of Missio Achen and Ms. Margarethe Roßkopf, Director of Asia Desk Missio Achen in Jaretar, Kavre. The main purpose of the guest visit was to inaugurate the tailoring training for women and also to interact with beneficiaries of Jaretar. Missio Achen has been funding and supporting different earthquake relief and rehabilitation projects which are implemented by Nepal Jesuit Social Institute(NJSI).
Fr. Boniface Tigga, Fr. Roy Sebastian, Fr. Arul and other NJSI staffs attended the inaugural program. 16 participants had registered for the tailoring training on the same day. The training will be conducted in women’s hall and safe center constructed by NJSI.
Certificate handover for three months trainee; Computer and Electrical were organized by Don Bosco Institute Nepal on 24th September 2017. Among a total of 16 trainees including Beautician, and Tailoring who were Financially supported by NJSI seven were from Computer and Electrical section have completed their three months training.
Respected Father and Teacher distributed the certificate and wish them for their successful life endeavors. Student thanks the institute and NJSI for the support that institute provide for them.
On 12th of September 2017, two schools Bhairabi Secondary School Ashokbatika and, Bhageswari Secondary school Chokade Nuwakot special children’s hostel was handed over.
Handing over Ceremony was started with the National anthem and the NJSI director Fr. Roy and NJS (Nepal Jesuit Society) Superior Fr.Boniface Tigga handed the key of the hostel to the school management authority.
After the completion of handing over ceremony, NJSI distributed the blankets for each special children in both schools and wished them for the bright future endeavors.