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Why Sponsor a Child’s Education?

Nepal is one of the poorest and least developed countries in the world, with an estimated 30% of Nepalis living below the poverty line – some 82% of people live on less than US$2 per day.

Sadly this means that many children miss out on receiving a full education, and remain stuck in the cycle of poverty, with little or no opportunities for career development. Sponsorship through VIN provides children with the invaluable opportunity to enter or remain in education, and realize their full potential.

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Sponsorship Options

VIN oversees the full sponsorship (US$230 per year) or partial sponsorship (US$100 per year) of many of the most disadvantaged children, including orphans, conflict victims, and children from extremely poor backgrounds or lower castes.

Children most in need of sponsorship are identified in conjunction with Head Teachers; Village Development Committees / Ward Chairpersons and a Community representative.

Sponsors can either allow VIN to select a child most urgently in need of sponsorship or choose a child to sponsor from one of the following three groups most in need of sponsorship – Orphanage Children; Conflict Victim Children and Disadvantaged Children from Very Poor Backgrounds.

Full Sponsorship: USD 230.00

Partial Sponsorship: USD 100.00

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How Much Does Sponsorship Cost?

Full sponsorship costs 230 USD per year and includes admission fees; examination fees; monthly tuition fees; two sets of uniform (shirt, pant, sweater, tie, belt, shoes, bag etc); stationery and books; medication; child club support; support for community development activities and an administrative charge (including correspondence; follow up and monitoring of the sponsored child).

Partial sponsorship costs 100 USD per year and includes stationery and books.

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What Will the Sponsor Receive?

Full sponsors will receive: A photo of their sponsored child An electronic copy of their sponsored child’s progress report twice a year; Electronic copies of any letters, cards and other correspondence from their sponsored child, should they wish to receive this. VIN’s Annual Report and Newsletter.

Do something amazing and sponsor a child today.