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On 10 April 2018, NORHED Rupantaran team form Kathmandu University(KU), Tribhuwan University(TU) and Norwegian Univesity of Life Sciences (NMBU) went on the field trip at Dapcha, Kavre. The purpose of the visit was to inspect the land area of the main leader school to make the ecosan toilets and school gardening.
The visit was done in two schools: Shree Janahit Higher secondary School and Shree Saraswati primary School at Dapcha. Both the schools have enough land to make school gardens and the Ecosan toilets. The Ecosan toilet manure will be used in the school gardening to teach the students about its procedures and benefit.
Dr. Sheri Lee Bastein, the project coordinator at NMBU was excited to work with the pilot schools of the project and further expressed the beauty of the school surroundings and the welcoming hearts of the teachers. Dr. Bal Chandra Luitel is hopeful that the project can demonstrate one of the school of Dapcha Kavre as the model school of Nepal in the future.