The Malagiri School

Can you help the children of Malagiri to continue their education?

The Malagiri School
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The Malagiri School

Helping the children of Malagiri access an education

In a very remote and poor area of Nepal sits The Malagiri School. The school is attended by more than 60 children aged under eight who learn in brightly coloured classrooms.Before the school existed, the children of Malagiri were mostly not educated as the nearest school was a strenuous two-hour walk away. The older children also missed out on their education as they needed to look after their younger siblings while their parents worked in the fields.The Malagiri School was built thanks to the efforts of staff, students and alumni at the University of Brighton’s School of Education who tirelessly fundraised to see their dream of the children receiving an education become a reality. The school opened its doors for the first time in 2011 and since 2008, just over £134,000 has been raised for this important project.

The School today

The Malagiri School has faced many challenges including the devastating earthquake in 2015 which destroyed some of the school buildings - tents were used for many months while additional funds were raised for a repair and rebuild programme.The school has become an important part of the community and is attended by more and more children each year. The school relies 100% on charitable donations to pay for teaching and support staff, materials and to ensure that each child has a hot meal each and every day they are in school.Education makes a huge difference to people’s lives – it can provide a way out of poverty and lead to a brighter future.

We need your support

To keep this vital school open, at least £12,000 needs to be raised every year. This is why we need the help of anyone who cares about education and wants to give these children a chance – please join us in supporting this project. Your donation, regardless of size, will make a real and immediate impact.

For example:

•           £5 could pay for a weekly supply of gas and electricity for the school

•           £10 could pay for a hot school meal for three children for a week

•           £30 could pay for an assistant teacher for a week

Find out more about the school at

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