The project was inaugurated and handover to school management committee on October 2016.
EAI founding members and nec ‘99 Civil group, residing in Australia, took initiative and started coordinating with Nepalese Association of Northern Territory (NANT)/Non-Resident Nepali Association- Northern Territory (NRNA-NT). Various charity programs were organized to collect funds for the earthquake victims. Funds collected from these various charity programs are being used to build two classrooms school block. Rajghare School is located in Gaikhur VDC-4, Gorkha, Nepal. It is in eastern part of Gorkha district about 18 km northeast from Dumre Bazar, a highway town along Prithivi Highway. The school has 393 students from dalit, janjati and disadvantaged families. School did not have enough classroom even before April 2015 earthquake. Most of the existing building is seriously damaged by the earthquake and students are studying in open ground and in merged classroom.