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Annual Reports

Annual Summary Report of 2007

2007 started with writing a grant
application to the Rotary International to renovate the students and staff
toilets, provide drinking water supply facility, build infirmary, and conduct
health awareness programs at Kanya Mandir School. During the second half of
2007, we began renovation of the computer lab with funds made available by
primarily kind U.S. based Nepali individuals and concurrently submitted a grant
request to the Western Union Foundation to purchase the equipment necessary for
the project.

More details at Annual Report- 2007

Annual Report Summary of 2008

Budget for 2008

Total Income US $27,507.89 and Total Expense US $17,213.96.

For 2008, our focus was primarily spent towards the rehabilitation of Kanya Mandir School, the first girls’ school of Nepal.
Following up on the needs assessment survey conducted in 2006, we implemented
the Kanya Mandir Computer Literacy Project.
During the second half of 2008, we
acquired funding from Rotary International group to implement the Kanya Mandir
Health and Sanitation Project. 
More details at Annual Report- 2008

Annual Report Summary of 2009

Budget for 2009

COMMITTED Total Income -US $18,243.57 and Total Expense US $12,371.84

A lot happened in 2009 — from building a drinking water supply system, renovating old toilets and
building new ones in Kanya Mandir
School to refurnishing the school’s science lab and library. 
Support from United Parcel Service (UPS) enabled us in providing basic goods for Children at the
Mother Theresa Orphanage in Kathmandu. We also initiated a project to help Sri
Raithane Secondary School in Sindhupalchowk District to renovate existing
facilities and provide basic critical infrastructure. Similarly, in
collaboration with Open Learning Exchange (OLE), Nepal, we initiated a project
to provide basic infrastructure and renovate classrooms for Sri Samaijee
Prathmik Vidyalaya in Dandeldhura District. In 2009 we also conceptualized the
Green Dream Initiative to reduce environmental impact in urban and semi-urban
areas of Nepal.
More details at Annual Report- 2009

Annual Report Summary of 2010

Budget for 2010

COMMITTED US: Total income US $19,240 and Total Expense US $14,248.
COMMITTED Nepal: Total Income US $60,678 and Total Expense US $14,247.

Our focus in 2010 was to serve the urban communities with little if not much stress in rural areas. We completed the Science Lab and Library Improvement for Kanya Mandir School during the first quarter of 2010. During the second half of 2010, we completed the Computer Literacy Project for Shanti Nikunj School in Maru Tole of Kathmandu. 
Much of our concentration was spent towards fulfilling the prerequisites of our new program for 2011, “Social Business for Education” as a part of part of COMMITTED’s Sikchya Mero Adhikar (Education-My Right Campaign). 
More details at Annual Report- 2010

Annual Report Summary of 2011

Budget for 2011

COMMITTED US: Total income US $11,999.29 and
Total Expense US $11,248.88.COMMITTED Nepal: Total Income US $9,537.51 and Total Expense US

was completely focused on rural needs and was spent towards raising funds and
majorly coordinating with different bodies to establish Sri Raithane
 as a Higher Secondary School with the addition of grades 11
and 12.
Towards the end of
the year, we carried out meetings with stake holders for our program “Social Business for Education (SBE)” as a part of
COMMITTED’s Sikchya Mero Adhikar (Education-My Right Campaign).
We successfully gained membership of Nepal Water, Sanitation,
and Hygiene (WASH) Alliance (NWA) becoming the one of the fifteen members of
the NWA, funded by the Dutch Government. Also, we participated in a rainwater
harvesting project to identify water stressed villages of Kanchanpur village. 
Our major projects
were Rainwater Harvesting at Kanchanpur District; Classrooms Construction at
Taltuleswori Primary School, Thangpalkot VDC; Art on the Road, Thangpalkot VDC;
and Social Business for Education (SBE)at Sri Raithane Secondary
More details at Annual Report- 2011.

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