Projects

Nepal earthquake. Slums of Kathmandu

In the slums of Kathmandu (in Bhuikhel and Jawalakhel), shantytowns where the houses were made of metal sheets and cardboards, live children from very poor families. Due to the earthquake,…

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A rural school in Wakha

In Qinghai Province the illiteracy and school dropout rates are very high, for this reason the school of Wakha is essential in order to ensure the right to education for…

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Primary education and multilinguism

Weragama and are Urawatta are two fishing communities of the southwest coast of Sri Lanka affected by the 2004 Tsunami. We intervened in the two communities after the natural disaster…

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Let’s send them to school!

In the village of Qiewan, located 4200 meters above sea level, is located the school Golok (Snowland Grassland Girls’ School), attended by Tibetan girls from villages scattered over the surrounding…

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Learn English in Dongche

In 1997 ASIA began to work in Benke, located in the Dongche valley, in order to build an elementary school for Tibetan children from nomadic farmer families of the region. Since…

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The teachers of Yushu

On April 14 2010, the prefecture of Yushu where 93% of the population is Tibetan, was hit by a devastating earthquake, which destroyed entire villages. Several of these Tibetan communities…

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The new Yungog dormitory

The Hebei district is a very poor region in the Tongde County, inhabited by the 98% of nomadic Tibetan pastoralists. The district has only two primary schools, one of them…

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A better school in Dongche

The elementary school of Dongche with its comprehensive curriculum and the excellent academic performance of its students, is a role model for other schools in the Guide County. ASIA arrived…

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The school in Dolpo

The District of Dolpo is located in Karnali, the Himalayan region of Nepal that borders Tibet. The history of the district is linked to the events of its ancient Buddhist…

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The orphanage of Yushu

In April 14 2010 the prefecture of Yushu, with a predominantly Tibetan population, was shocked after a 7,1 earthquake (Richter scale) that left 2.700 casualties and 12.900 injured behind and…

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