Celebrating Children’s Day in Nepal

Posted by Kacie Emmerson

September 16, 2022

On Sept. 14, 2022, Navjyoti Centre Laukhi, Navjyoti School Dharan and many other locations celebrated the 75th National Children’s Day of Nepal with great joy and fun.

During the celebration at Laukhi, children participated in different games and activities, and winners were given prizes.

This year, the topic for the Children’s Day was children’s rights. Sister Suchita Kullu, SCN, the vice-provincial of Patna, was the chief guest for the occasion and she enlightened the children about their rights to education and health.

At Dharan, teachers and Sisters prepared a short cultural program to show their love for the students. The students of Nursery and JKG had a fancy dress competition and other students had different activities to make this day enjoyable and memorable.


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