I visited this school in Damdame village, Pokhara, Nepal in June 2016. The school consists of both primary and secondary units, containing about 70 students in total. The school is designed to cover five villages around, some of which are deep in the mountainous area. As a result, on weekdays some students need walk for two hours to get to the school in the morning, and another two hours to return home in the evening. The teaching facilities are very basic and in poor conditions. Most of classrooms do not have lights. In cloudy and rainy days, it is therefore very dark inside. In some classrooms, there are even no blackboard. According to the headmaster, if one donates 50 US dollars to a student, that will be more than enough to cover his or her schooling expense for a whole year.