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सहयोगी हात पाएपछि पुनःनिर्माणमा ठूलो धादिङ

Published At: 15 Jun, 2015

राजन अधिकारी सिन्धुपाल्चोक, ३२ जेठ । विनाशकारी भूकम्पले क्षतविक्षत् बनेको सिन्धुपाल्चोकको ठूलो धादिङ अहिले पुनःनिर्माणको क्रममा छ । वैशाख १२ गतेको भूकम्प र २९ गतेको पराकम्पनले अतिप्रभावित यस गाउँमा ९५ प्रतिशत तामाङ समुदायको बसोबास छ । तामाङ र दलित समुदायको बसोबास रहेको यस गाउँका ६ सय १ घरधुरीमध्ये कुनै पनि घर सद्दे छैनन् । केही समयअघिसम्म बासको समस्यामा पिरोलिइरहेका स्थानिय बासिन्दाहरु अस्थायी बासस्थान निर्माणमा जुटेका छन् । Jasta Bitaran ‘ब्रिज टू टिबेट एसोसियसन’ जर्मनीले राहतस्वरुप उपलब्ध गराएको सामाग्रीको सदुपयोग गर्दै बासस्थान निर्माणमा जुटेका हुन् । यस्तै गाउँमा रहेको धर्मोदय उमाविमा पनि भूकम्पले नराम्ररी क्षति पुगेको छ । गर्मीसँगै वर्षायाम सुरु हुन लाग्दा चिन्ता बढेको विद्यालयका प्रधानाध्यापक शान्तिराम पौडेलले बताए । उनले भने, ‘हामीसँग भएको १२ कोठे भवनमा पूर्णक्षति पुगेको छ । कुनै कोठा बस्न मिल्ने खालका छैनन्, त्रिपालमुनी विद्यार्थी राखेर अध्यापन सुरु गर्नु परेको छ, यसले गर्दा पठनपाठनमा थप चुनौति थपिएको छ ।’ विद्यालयमात्रै होइन विद्यार्थीको मन पनि भाँडिएको छ । ‘१७ गतेदेखि विद्यालय सुरु भयो । हामी पढ्न
कहाँ जाने चिन्तामा थियौं, अहिले त्रिपालमूनी निकै गाह्योसँग बस्नु परेको छ, स्कुल हेर्दा केही छैन, रुन मान लाग्छ, बल्ल अलि आशा पलाएको छ, अब नयाँ टहरा बन्ने भयो अलि सहज हुने आशा छ ।’ कक्षा १० मा बिमला लामा भन्छिन् । भवन निर्माणका लागि उपयुक्त जग्गा नभएपछि विद्यालय कहाँ बनाउने भन्ने चिन्ता थियो । स्थानीय मणि लामा, विरलाल लामा र दिलिप कुमार लामाले १५ रोपनी जग्गा उपलब्ध गराएपछि अस्थायी टहरा निर्माणको काम सुरु भएको हो । SAI HELP NEPAL initiative of South Asia Institute of Heidelberg University in Germany and Bridge to Tibet Association नामक संस्थाले विद्यालय भवन निर्माणको लागि १७ बन्डल जस्ता सहित बालबालिकालाई कापी कलम साथै शौक्षिक समाग्री उपलब्ध गराएको संस्थाका नेपाल प्रतिनिधि सोनाम लामाले बताए । ठूलो धादिङ १ का ४२ घरधुरीलाई प्रति परिवार ५ पाताका दरले जस्तापाता वितरण गरिएको साङतेन लामाले जानकारी दिए ।

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Übersetzung:

Thulo Dhading under re-construction because of helping hands By Rajan Adhikari / translation kindly provided by Rajan Khatiwoda, SAI Heidelberg. Sindhupalchok, 32th of Jestha. Thulodhanding of Sindhupalchok which has been heavily destroyed by the devastating earthquake is under the process of reconstruction. Because of the quake of 12 and aftershock of 29 this village where 95% population is Tamang ethnicity, has been excessively affected. This village inhabited by Tamang and Dalits had 600 houses but no single house is intact anymore. The villagers were facing terrible problem of shelters before but they have now united to build temporary shelters. They have united to make temporary shelters properly using the relief materials provided by the German association “Bridge to Tibet”. Similarly, the Dhamodaya higher secondary school also has been severely affected. They principal of the School, Shantira Paudel, said that they are very worried due to the fact that the monsoon has been nearly started. He said “our twelve-room building has been completely destroyed. No room is useable anymore. We are compelled to start the school under the tent. Therefore, this has been challenging to continue the school”. Not only the school has been destroyed but the minds of students also have been divert/weak. The school started from the 17th. Bimala Lama [one of the students] says “We were very worried thinking that where we should go for study. Now we have been obliged to start school under the tent though it is very difficult. There is nothing left when we look at the destroyed school. We feel crying. Finally, we are hopeful. Since the new temporary rooms are being built for the school, we hope that it will be easier now”. Since there was no any appropriate land fur re-building the school, they were worries. Since the locals, Mani lama, Vira Lal Lama and Dilipa Kumara Lama provided 15 ropanis of land, the construction of temporary school-rooms has been started. The Nepal representative Sonam Lama said that the organizations, SAI HELP NEPAL of South Asia Institute of Heidelberg University and Bridge to Tibet association, have provided 17 bundle of tin roof sheets as wells as stationaries and teaching materials to the children. Sonam Lama further informed that 5 sheets of tin roof sheets have been provided to 42 poor families whose houses were destroyed. (Tin roof sheets are handed over also to 20 Dalit families whose houses were destroyed, to repair the primary school and to repair the medical post.)

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सहयोगी हात पाएपछि पुनःनिर्माणमा ठूलो धादिङ

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