Arts by Children
Voices for a Better World


Verbesserung der Bildungsqualität, Fähigkeiten und Einrichtungen für die Kinder des Mugu-Projekts
Das Ziel dieses Projekts ist es, die Fähigkeiten der Kinder in verschiedenen Bereichen zu fördern, ihre Kreativität zu fördern und die Lernumgebung für Kinder im abgelegenen Bezirk Mugu zu verbessern.
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Project Name: Maya For All
Project Area: Mugu
Project Duration: 3 weeks
Project Team: Mr. Aja Bahadur Shahi (General Secretary), Ms. Dikshya Khadgi (Secretary/Project Manager),
Mr. Suraj Dulal (Treasure/Assistant Project Manager)


The project aimed to empower children by developing skills on various aspects, attain children creativity goal as well as enhance the learning environment for children in the remote district of Mugu. Ms. Dikshya Khadgi and Mr. Suraj Dulal led the initiative, spanning three weeks and covering two schools: Shree Karnali Secondary School and Murma Secondary School.

Activities  at Shree Karnali Secondary School:

Week 1: Awareness and Donation Program

Embarking on Day 1 with an Orientation Program, we introduced ourselves, the organization, sponsors, objectives, and purpose, fostering an initial connection with students and teachers alike. Subsequent days witnessed a multifaceted Awareness and Donation Program.

Menstrual Hygiene Awareness: We conducted an in-depth session targeted students in grades 4-8, featuring the distribution of sanitary pads and practical demonstrations on their proper usage and disposal.

Good Touch-Bad Touch Awareness: We conducted engaging sessions which unfolded for students from class 1 to class 5, utilizing impactful methods such as pictures and short dramas to convey the nuances of appropriate and inappropriate touch.

Personal Hygiene Awareness: This comprehensive session delved into proper tooth brushing, nail-cutting, bathing, and overall cleanliness. We distributed toothbrushes and other hygiene items which complemented the educational content.

Importance of Cleaning Environment: We donated dustbins to instill the significance of a clean and tidy environment, accompanied by an interactive session to reinforce the importance of cleanliness.

Primary First Aid Training: We did practical demonstrations where an actual first aid scenario took place when a boy from school had a minor cut in his finger. We performed first aid activities in front of whole school while doing the treatment of a boy along side. We also donated first aid box to cure minor injuries of children at school.

Interactive Games: We curated engaging activities to reinforce the awareness topics, culminating in a feedback session to assess the effectiveness of the program.

Mini-Library: A noteworthy facet of the project was the establishment of a Mini-Library within an abandoned classroom. This transformative space was stocked with donated storybooks, educational charts, indoor creative games, number mats, and various other educational materials. The emphasis was placed on instilling the love for reading and learning, underscoring the importance of utilizing the library.


Appointed Region Coordinator: We have appointed Mr. Sunil Shahi, a resident of Mugu, as the regional coordinator for our project. In this role, he will keep us informed about the project's developments since we cannot be present in Mugu consistently. Mr. Shahi will regularly visit the project site to assess progress and monitor the utilization of donated materials. His responsibility includes updating us regularly and providing detailed reports on the project's status.

Activities at Murma Secondary School: 

The journey to Murma Secondary School involved five hours of walking. The subsequent implementation mirrored the success of Shree Karnali Secondary School, with tailored adjustments made to accommodate the unique needs of Murma Secondary School.

Meetings with School Principals: We had welcoming and appreciative meetings with both Principals of school, who expressed their satisfaction with the positive impact of the project.

Discussion on Phase 2 Project: We had a detailed conversations unfolded regarding the actual needs of the schools, exploring possibilities such as hiring teachers for art, drama, music classes, wall painting and many more which is part of our project. These discussions showcased a commitment to the ongoing development of education in these rural schools.

Conclusion: In the culmination of "Uplifting Education Quality, Skills, and Facilities for Children of Mugu District," the project not only realized its objectives at Shree Karnali Secondary School and Murma Secondary School but also set a benchmark for comprehensive awareness programs and the establishment of enriching educational spaces. The commitment to fostering a positive learning environment echoed in every aspect, promising a sustained impact on the educational landscape of Mugu District. The Phase 1 project motivated all of us to get ready for the Phase 2 of the project. Since, we visited our project area physically so we now have much more idea, determination and commitment to do better in future for this area.

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