As an effort to contribute on the social cause, EU is initiating a project targeted to a provide technology and IT education to the students residing in an orphanage named Ama Ghar. Ama Ghar was initially founded by Shrawan Nepali on August 2001 in the Godavari area with the help of local social worker Shekhar Silwal and Shrawanâ€™s godmother, Ama Tika Basnett. It holds approximately 40 children/students studying from Kindergarten to Bachelors degree.
We felt the need of the training when we visited Ama Ghar to donate computers on behalf of D2HawkeyeServices (Shrawan Nepali- an expounder of Motherly Home). We saw that, despite having computer resources with them, there was no proper facility to train them to use computers effectively. Hence, the project named â€œShare Your Skill @ Ama Gharâ€ was conceived with a target to train a selected group of students who in turn will lead the team and train the remaining students as the project moves ahead. Project team will comprise a minimum of 6 volunteers, among which 3 volunteers will participate in one session and the selection of the volunteers will be based on the course being taught, and number of interested participants.
On this context, we seek interested volunteers for participation and we also appreciate and welcome your support in other aspects including financial, technical equipments, educational materials (books, CDs) or other contributions of any sort.
Proposed plan, course details and financial structure is included in the project overview document (Click to view).
Please feel free give your suggestions and we request to spread the words around you who are interested to volunteer.