17Apr/16

We wouldn’t have been able to take any significant steps forward with our Reading program if it weren’t for the consistent help of all our supporters and friends over the last few years. We would like to thank the following people for their financial and material support:
Kathi Kitao, Janina Tubby at KOBILs, and Catriona Takeuchi,
Jason Good at Booksmart
Alex Peyton, Alastair Lamond, Cameron Nagatomo, and Kenji at englishbooks.jp
Takeshi Kamimura at Pearson Longman
Alastair Graham-Marr and Hugh Graham-Marr at ABAX
Thomas Robb, Marc Helgesen, Richard Day at the ERFoundation
Ayako Nakashima and David White at Engage
Mitsuru Sakurada at MacMillian Language House
Tomomi Katsuki at Cambridge
Marcos Benavides at Atama-ii Books
Jo Ando at Nellie’s
Greg Crawford at Fun Kids English
Sean Anderson - Question Quest card games
Rory Russell
Theresa Kannenberg, author at Atama-ii
Ryo Inui at Pearson
Konan Women's University and
the people at Ekta Books in Kathmandu for their support and cooperation, and last but not least, to Ann Mayeda and all of our supporters for helping to not only move the Reading program along, but also help with all the other F&FP programs. Every bit helps level the playing field of opportunity for children in Nepal. Thank you and have a great Christmas/Holiday Season.
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We wouldn’t have been able to take any significant steps forward with our Reading program if it weren’t for the consistent help of all our supporters and friends over the last few years. We would like to thank the following people for their financial and material support:
Kathi Kitao, Janina Tubby at KOBILs, and Catriona Takeuchi,
Jason Good at Booksmart
Alex Peyton, Alastair Lamond, Cameron Nagatomo, and Kenji at englishbooks.jp
Takeshi Kamimura at Pearson Longman
Alastair Graham-Marr and Hugh Graham-Marr at ABAX
Thomas Robb, Marc Helgesen, Richard Day at the ERFoundation
Ayako Nakashima and David White at Engage
Mitsuru Sakurada at MacMillian Language House
Tomomi Katsuki at Cambridge
Marcos Benavides at Atama-ii Books
Jo Ando at Nellie’s
Greg Crawford at Fun Kids English
Sean Anderson - Question Quest card games
Rory Russell
Theresa Kannenberg, author at Atama-ii
Ryo Inui at Pearson
Konan Women's University and
the people at Ekta Books in Kathmandu for their support and cooperation, and last but not least, to Ann Mayeda and all of our supporters for helping to not only move the Reading program along, but also help with all the other F&FP programs. Every bit helps level the playing field of opportunity for children in Nepal. Thank you and have a great Christmas/Holiday Season.
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We took two solid steps forward this last February with our Extensive Reading program with workshops held at Early Childhood Education Center (ECEC) (www.ecec.org.np) in Kathmandu, and in Shikarapur School in the Pharping district, both organized and run by Ann Mayeda. The first set of workshops was held in the hopes of developing a long term partnership with ECEC, to the extent they may be able to offer Extensive Reading courses in their program of early childhood education at some point in the future. The second set of workshops was in the hopes of establishing a long-term ER program at Shikarapur School. We want to thank Shikarapur School too, for designating one of their classrooms specifically for Extensive Reading.

We want to thank Reiny de Wit, Pitambar Neupane, and Doji Pradhan, at ECEC, Niroj Shrestha, Vinod Mahat at Shikarapur School, and the respective staff and students at both institutions for their involvement, cooperation, and support. Visits to Bal Ankur, Emerald, and Junkiri schools, where we have already initiated ER programs, were also made to increase, replenish, and up-grade stocks of books. Thanks to the Principals and staff at those schools for their continued support and cooperation.
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We took two solid steps forward this last February with our Extensive Reading program with workshops held at Early Childhood Education Center (ECEC) (www.ecec.org.np) in Kathmandu, and in Shikarapur S...

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F&FP Year-end Dinner Party
Another enjoyable evening with good food, pleasant conversation, and new friends and connections like Le Ciel and Dear Me. Have a look at their FB pages to see more about the good work they are doing. We raised enough money from donations and sales to support a child in school for one year in Nepal and for the women making beautiful Nepali handicrafts at Local Women's Handicraft and Maiti Nepal. Have a look at their websites for more information abut the work they do to empower women and prevent human trafficking. Thank you all for coming out and those that were not able to make it, but were still able to support. It is all very much appreciated. Have a great December.
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17Jun/14

The focus of our efforts

reading 3The goal of the Family & Friend’s Project (F&FP) is to help provide opportunities for improved education, welfare, and health for handicapped and disadvantaged children in Nepal, and to promote cross-cultural understanding and raise awareness of certain issues facing people in the developing world.