CSN today distributed food relief to 70 families, whose children attend Bhanodaya Basic School.
The coronavirus lockdown has left many of our students’ parents struggling, without work and unable to return to their homes outside Kathmandu.
The relief packages were organised with support and funding from Sunsar Maya, an organisation that runs an after school programme for our students.
Each family received a relief package costing around 2000 Nepalese rupees (£13 / $16); sufficient to feed a family for 10 days.
However, as the lockdown continues, the need for more funding and relief only grows.