“What I want to be when I grow up” 

 “What I want to be when I grow up” 

That was the title of the essay competition conducted by the Nawayug Leo Club held on the 2nd of June at the “St. Xavier’s Social Service Center” in Jawalakhel, Patan, Nepal.

The mind is everything. What you think you become.  BUDDHA

The children from grade U.K.G. till 10, were to write their essays on the topic of “WHAT I WANT TO BE WHEN I GROW UP”.

The President of Nawayug Leo club, Mr. Yug Jung Karki and the board members worked with the students to  prepare for them to write their stories.  According to the club President Yug Jung Karki “It is always nice to share your skill set with others”.  After a short socialization with Students and the director of the social service center as well as staff members, students started to write their stories.

The winners were decided according to six categories from U.K.G to grade 1, based on the number of children in each grade, and the results were announced a week later on the 9th of June where the winners were given certificates and gifts of their choice by the President of Leo Club and some honorable guests.

The main purpose of this project is to have students start thinking about what they want to be when they grow up.  Unfortunately, there are not too many opportunities for these poor students. That is the part of the reason The Asha Project is trying to provide hope and opportunities to those students who might otherwise might not have any opportunity to be someone. If you like to support this project, please contact us at trm7510@gmail.com.

BUDDHA “We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think. When the mind is pure, joy follows like a shadow that never leaves”.

The 2018 Rotary Convention

The 2018 Rotary Convention connected leaders from around the world
Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors, alumni, and leaders gathered at Rotary’s biggest event of the year, Rotary International Convention. The 2018 event in Toronto featured world-class speakers, innovative workshops, and opportunities to make new friends.

The Asha Project signed MOU with the Patan-West, RID 3292 club to promote programs in Nepal and start new scholarships for remote village students.

Met with many Rotarians from around the world and promoted the Asha Project’s new school building program.