Support children’s education by providing internet so they can access their school’s teaching remotely.
As the world dealt with the pandemic earlier this year, our children’s homes had to adapt to the various government restrictions and guidelines. Across the six Brighter Futures children’s homes that we support, some children returned to relatives or foster carers whilst others stayed within the homes.
The children who remained in Dolpa Home, Nepal, began to attend classes from home. It was difficult at first due to a lack of equipment and internet and the children had to share resources so that all could attend at least some of their classes. Amos and Doma, houseparents, asked Rope for support and we have been able to provide some more computers for the children to learn.
The children are excited to learn using computers and communicate with their teachers online but it of course takes some getting used to. Amos and Doma are learning fast too!
There are 122 children who are being cared for in our six homes in India, Bangladesh and Nepal. More of the children are now returning to the homes and we want all of them to have access to online learning.