|A classroom where the damaged walls have been removed and the thin pillars are exposed. Classes were being conducted in this dangerous environment. (All photos are from Dhading District, Nepal, August 25th, 2015)|
|With AAR Japan's support, a brick-walled, tin-roofed temporary learning center with steel beams was completed. (August 25th, 2015)|
|Children study at ease in the completed temporary learning centers. (August 25th, 2015)|
|"I want to be a doctor" says Subeksha, a 1st grade student at Kalika Primary School (August 27th, 2015)|
|A boy performed us a song at the handover ceremony of the temporary learning center. Pictured are Daijou TSUCHIKAWA (left) and Norihiro FUJIMOTO (second from the left) of AAR Japan. (August 18th, 2015)|
Japanese-English translation by Mr. Yasuhiro Kusakawa
English editing by Mr. Peter Bungate
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