In Nepalese society the main problem lies not in just poverty but lack of education and awareness.
Education plays a vital role in developing an individual, society and the Nation as a whole. The social problems existing in Nepal are largely because most of the citizens are unable to send their children to school due to extreme poverty. Yet they are poor because they have no education and awareness for what improvement a better education may bring.
Another mitigating factor is Nepalese society is a complex structure based on primitive social beliefs, culture, superstition and a conservative mind. The people in rural areas of Nepal believe that they must give birth to many children to involve them in performing many household works, farming and animal husbandry. They also believe that they will be more economically secure with many children.
Another reason for growth in child population and poverty is the tendency of polygamy, early marriage, and a strong preference for a son. The poverty and the miserable family situations force these children to leave their homes and head towards city areas in search of better lives but they are forced to be beggars, street children, child labourers or criminals at a tender age.
In this way, we see the problem in the streets of the city area but the root cause of the problem arises from the families in the villages as well as some in the city areas.
When a child grows up in poverty, deprived of basic needs, the child lacks normal growth and development. Every child has a right to proper education and care and to enjoy their growth and freedom and should not be exploited to do forced labour or otherwise. These are not just mere children but the future of Nepal and one day potentially the leaders of the nation whether it be in government, business or otherwise.
- Enrolling them in a good schools in Kathmandu to give them the best education
- Interconnecting the socially responsible people to these needy children
- Mobilization of youth spirit in running the organization so that they become more sensitive and socially responsible
- Providing a platform to grow their personality and initiative ness
- Supporting rural Government schools by providing them with furnitures, books and stationeries