Foreign volunteers to build earthquake resistant schools return learning local art and culture



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A team of foreign volutneers that had come to Shuklaphanta  muncipality of Kanchanpur district to join hands for building the earthquake resistant classrooms have returned learning about the art and culture of the area and of the local people here.

The constrcuution work was carried out for th Mangal primary School with the financial help from the Buildon Nepal.

The CEO of Dubai Care Abdullah has praised the hard-working nature of the Nepalese people and told that Nepal is rich in its art and culture which should be preserved and used in its development.

A total of 22 members from different countries were involved in the construction work.

The visitors had interacted with the local people and also participated in the local dance dressed in the local attires.

The school is to be built in 106 days and would cost a total sum of 2.5 million.

(source: RSS)