INSEC Provides Books and Computers to Schools in Surkhet

  November 30, 2020 By: INSEC

Informal Sector Service Centre (INSEC) Surkhet has provided health, sports, and knowledge enhancement textbooks including three computers to Madarasa Madina Higher Secondary School Bhelghari and Janasewa Higher Secondary School Ghusra in Birendranagar Municipality-10 on November 29 with the objective of promoting child rights friendly environment.

According to INSEC Karnali Province Office Focal Person Dil Bahadur Chaudhary, Madarasa Madina Secondary School has been provided two desktop computers, one sanitary pad machine, one sanitary pad disposal machine, various health, and sports materials, and 24 knowledge enhancement books.


Similarly, one desktop computer, various health, and sports materials, as well as 40 knowledge-enhancing books, have been distributed at Janasewa Higher Secondary School, Ghusra, said, Chaudhary.


Chief of the Management of INSEC Central Office, Shubhechchya Khadka, said that the assistance was provided by the fund collected by the children of Finland to provide health, sports and knowledge enhancing textbooks including computers. She also urged them to make proper use of the materials.


Sajat Khan, Chairperson of Madarasa Madina Secondary School Management Committee, expressed his gratitude to INSEC for providing health, sports, and knowledge enhancement materials including computers to the Madarasa which has been facing a shortage for years due to the negligence of the state.

Similarly, Krishna Thapa, Assistant Principal of Janasewa Higher Secondary School, Ghusra, recalled that INSEC has been providing assistance in education since the past.


On the occasion, Sunita Chaudhary of Birendranagar Municipality-10 also expressed her gratitude for the support provided by INSEC

INSEC Karnali Coordinator Narayan Subedi, INSEC Central Office Senior Officer Samjha Shrestha, Human Rights Strengthening Project Coordinator Krishna Prasad Nepal, Accounts Officer Sudha Poudel, People’s Representative, School Management Committee officials, teachers, members of Children’s Club and students, were present in the program.

Durga Thapa