Compassion Nayong Public Welfare is based on Nayong, a poverty-stricken area in Guizhou Province. Taking the network as the platform, it carries out various public welfare activities to aid education.
Wuzuo Primary School is in Lao’aoba township of Nayong county, which is located at the bonder of Nayong and Zhijin county. It is the remotest and poorest mountainous area. There are 59 children in preschool. It normally takes about 1 hour walk for most of children to get to school. In partnership with Three Cups Tea, we provided lunch for the students. The lunch project began in spring semester of 2014. Loving Nayong has been randomly checking. According to the feedbacks from parents of preschool students, the lunch solved problems for them. They did not worry about the children who did not have to go back home for lunch.
Poqi Primary School of Zuojiuga township is in a remote mountainous area. It takes about 2.5 hours bus to away from Nayong county. 60% of the students are ethnic minorities. Most of students live far away from school. Lunch project began in 2012, which provide lunch for the students in preschool, which is in line with nutrition standard of the nation. The students do not have to bring potatoes for lunch. There are 56 children in preschool this year.
Yangpo township is one of remotest towns in Nayong county. Most of children from poor families. They live separately and most of them need to walk about 1 hour to get to school. Lunch project began in 2011, which provided free lunch for preschool students. Looking at the smiling faces, you can see they are happy about their lunch. The project improved their nutrition. Their health indicators improved a lot. There are 107 children this year.
Aoshu Primary School of Yangchang township has over 107 children. Most of them are left-behind children. After surveys, we decided to provide lunch for them. The standards are in line with the nation’s. We often call or go to the site for checks. We received positive feedbacks from their parents.
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