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When it comes to peace, how would you describe yourself?
I'm just a peaceful person
What do you believe are the 'burning issues' today?
So what is it?
We should provide education for poor children
What must we overcome to achieve peace?
Economic disparities
epal is one of the richest country in the world in terms of its natural resources and culture. Nepal known as country with largest mountain ranges including out of 14 highest mountains in the in the world, 10 of them are in Nepal. It is land of Mt. Everest, birth place of Buddha (Lumbini), and famous for friendly people in the world.

Though country has rich in nature resources, huge potential for the tourism, friendly and hard working happy people, economically it is one of the least developed and the poorest country in the world. The per-capita income of Nepali people is 165€ (US $240), and more than 40% of Nepali people are illiterate. More than 45% people does not understand the value of education. Most of the people has no money or resources to eat more than 3 months in a year. Simply they do not have any income, some of them have very low income which even not able to buy for Kerosene (lamp), salt and cooking oil. We do have fact that some of the poor family die lack of proper treatments.This country today depend on foreign helps and supports especially remote areas of Nepal except very little percentage of the population.

Since most of the people who are very poor and busy with arranging ?bed and butter' each day, there is no fund of educating their children. 12 years conflict in the country even make worse with family who lives in the remote areas of Nepal.

The poverty is one thing, the other side, there are always some natural disasters such as floods and landslides, wild fires ect. Sometime they even lost all what they have. And there are more than 40% of the population is under-nourished; life expectancy is low and TB, typhoid and cholera are still widespread.

This country does not have any social security, health insurance(if someone got sick, if you have money you can get the treatment if not, wait and die) and support for education. Government announce for free primary schools, but those programs are ineffective due to proper guidelines, stable leadership and continuity of the plan. The government free primary education plan only include school fee (they do not have to pay free for school) but not the rest of the expenses such as their child's books, copies, pen and pencils, school dress (uniforms), admission fee, exam free, lunch and other day to day expense. Besides this, government program only apply in government schools where most of the places there is no schools. Even there is, the infrastructure of the schools are very poor such as no benches to sit, no blackboard to read, no water for drinks, no ground for play. Condition of the governments school are worst and some of the school even do not have enough teachers as well.
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Aptitude Development &Enlistment Center,Nepal(ADEC-Nepal)

Introduction: Aptitude Development &Enlistment Center,Nepal(ADEC-Nepal)is non political ,non government,non religious organization. Its' aim to promote the quality of life of people with helpless and poor in the rural and the urban community of Nepal.
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support education program for street , orphaned and poor Nepali childrens

Posted on October 17, 2010 at 8:00am 0 Comments

Aptitude Development and Enlistment Centre, Nepal (ADEC,Nepal) is a non-governmental, non -political and non- profitable social organization. Various professionals and social activities established it in 2010 in Kathmandu. The prime theme of the organization is “Educate poor and Street children". The organization is concerned with the upliftment of poor children's Education as well social development activities in the prison, rural, and urban communities… Continue

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At 8:19pm on March 22, 2010, s <3 said…

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