A good school infrastructure is imperative to quality education. Most schools in rural areas of Nepal lack basic infrastructure that is required for quality schooling. Furthermore, the existing buildings are not earthquake resistant, making students vulnerable to the risk of earthquake. Owing to this fact, United World Schools Nepal primarily focuses on building a safe and qualitative teaching-learning spaces for students as well as teachers.
In it's five years of operation UWS Nepal has constructed 44 earthquake resistant child friendly schools, providing quality education to more than 6000 children. In next five years, UWS Nepal is committed to construct 100 new schools with fully resourced student friendly libraries and gender friendly Wash facilities in the most rural and under-privileged parts of Sankhuwasabha and Gulmi districts.
UWS Nepal schools are RCC framed single storeyed building with brick walls and CGI roofing. The floor area of the schools vary from 500 sq. ft to 2000 sq. ft depending on the need of any particular community. Apart from classrooms, we also build gender friendly toilets, hand wash station and play grounds.