Donations to schools
More than half the total population of Nepal cannot read and write. Unfortunately, the orphaned and lower caste children are most affected. Although social discriminations started breaking with the advent of democracy in 1950 and public places were opened for low caste people, untouchability was not abolished and the situation remains virtually unchanged in practice. 'Untouchable' boys and girls continue to be discriminated in public schools because they have to use different objects and sit in separate places. Praiseworthy people opened schools in remote locations trying to contribute to the education of these children in order to instill in them the moral sense that leads to abandon the inferiority complex inherited by their families. These schools survive only by donations.
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