Maiti Nepal will teach 5 girls who lost their parents in Jajarkot jeep accident

28 November, Kathmandu. Maiti Nepal is going to take care of the education of five girls who lost their parents in a jeep accident in Jajarkot on Monday.

Provincial Assembly member Rajeev Vikram Shah said that Maiti Nepal is ready to provide study and educational support for girls below 16 years of age and vocational training and technical education for girls above 16 years of age.

Shah also thanked Maiti Nepal for accepting his request and agreeing to handle the education of the girl who lost her relatives.

Anuradha Koirala, president of Maiti Nepal, called Shah on Wednesday morning and told him that she was ready to fund the education of the five girls.

According to Maiti Nepal, Shah has been asked for details of the girls who have lost their parents and the rest of the process will go ahead once they are available. Shah says that he will soon coordinate with the local level and provide details to Maiti Nepal and will help the rest of the children and the affected families as much as possible.

On Monday, nine people of Cheddagarh and three of Bhagwatimai Rural Municipality of Dailekh died after being hit by a jeep in Chedagarh Municipality-4 of Jajarkot.

Source: OnlineKhabar

Himal Sanchar