2017 TRIP INFORMATION
Following the Juniper Trusts successful project, to rebuild 10 schools in Nepal, JT received several requests from villages still without a school, almost two years after the earthquake. Garjyang Village was one and was chosen as it lies in a remote valley that seldom sees visitors. They requested help to rebuild a 6-classroom school for their 200+ children. Work commenced in April 2017 and the first AAN group helped with the finishing touches in November 2017. The group also helped build a septic tank at Uma Kunda School and add new toilets at Janassewa School.
The group raised £10,000 which paid for uniforms, bags, shoes and schools equipment for over 300 children across all three schools.