Dhangadhi: In a compassionate response to the aftermath of the November 3rd earthquake (17th Kartik), the Nepal Students Association Kailali, under the leadership of President Manish Kunwar from the National Student Council Kailali, has actively contributed to alleviating the plight of the earthquake victims in Jajarkot. President Kunwar acknowledged the challenges faced by students and their disrupted education due to the collapse of a school building, emphasizing the urgent need for support.
In the initial phase, the National Student Council swiftly engaged in relief and rescue operations to address the immediate needs of the affected population. Subsequently, their dedicated efforts transitioned towards the reconstruction and rehabilitation of the damaged school infrastructure. President Manish Kunwar highlighted the comprehensive approach taken, including the provision of sports and educational materials.
As part of a coordinated effort directed by the Central Committee and managed by the Navy Sangh Jajarkot District Working Committee, a significant milestone was achieved. A six-room temporary building was successfully constructed in Bheri Triveni Mavi Rimna, providing a crucial solution to the educational disruptions caused by the earthquake.
The National Student Council Kailali, in collaboration with the Nepal Students Association, stands as a pillar of support for the earthquake-affected children in Jajarkot. This initiative underscores the importance of solidarity and concerted efforts in times of crisis, as communities come together to rebuild and ensure the continuity of education for the younger generation.