Shree Naba-naalanda primary School Rajveer is a small one, with 50 students and 2 government sponsored teachers. The classrooms are cracked. The children are currently being taught in one of the village homes.
Shree Naba-naalanda Primary School has remained open from the constant commitment of the local village people and the ever growing needs for a basic primary school to educate their children. If it was to close it means that the locals of Daduwa would need to send their children from as young as 4 to 7 on a 30 minutes walk to the closest school and then 50 30 minutes walk back home. Keep in mind most parents are constantly working in the fields so these children would be walking alone.
Shree Naba-naalanda primary school is located in the Eastern part of Nepal Ramechhap district; Daduwa village development committee ward no. 7, Rajveer village. You can travel there only by road. A local public (private) bus from Kathmandu leaves everyday from morning 6.30am.
Once you arrive in Dhunge Bazar you travel eastwards by climbing the stairs at the top Sailung known as new trekking route “Indigenous People Trail” and then across the Sailung and you will reach at Khola-kharka. the hike will take you around 4 hours all the way up. At first you will reach at Khola-kharka, from there it’s another 45 minutes walk to Rajveer village where Shree Naba-nalanda School is.