Emigrant Nepali built School



Baglung: The school has been rebuilt with the help of emigrant Nepali, which was damaged by the earthquake. 

Jagrit Primary School of Sunapati Rural Municipality- 01 was reformed by 'Galkot Society Japan'.  Four room school building which was built at cost of Rs 25 lakh was inaugurated by the president of Galkot Society Japan, Nar Bahadur Thapa  on Sunday. 

President of Society, Thapa informed that understanding the social responsibility, they reached to the places that had adversely affected by the earthquake. He added that the amount had been collected from the music program in the occasion of Japanese New Year from different cities of Japan to build the school. 

Society started to build the school from last year Asadh after knowing that the students are compelled to study in an open ground. Chairperson of School Management Committee, Bel Prasad Gautam informed that the society has done admirable work by rebuilding the school which was damaged by the earthquake. 

On the other hand, Society also provided the ambulance and other expensive health equipment to health institutions of Banglung. Moreover, the society has been active and helped financially in an education sector and in the time of natural calamity as well. Including Japan, Galkot Society has been established in 12 countries. In Nepal also, the society is active in cities like Pokhara, Baglung, and Galkot itself.