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Prime Minister of Nepal KP Sharma Oli hands over the certificate of World Books of Records to Safalta HIV Sikshya Sadan

Prime Minister of Nepal KP Sharma Oli hands over the certificate of World Books of Records to Safalta HIV Sikshya Sadan
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KATHMANDU : The World Books of Records has honoured Kirtipur-based Safalta HIV Sikshya Sadan as the Word's first school with a distinct identity.  The School gives education, food, shelter and clothing to children living with HIV. At an event organized by the World Book of Records Nepal at the official residence of the Prime Minister in Baluwatar, Prime Minister Shri KP Sharma Oli handed over the certificate to the School. The event after giving away the certificate, PM Shri Oli stated that the state has also decided to support for this cause and praised the deeds of the school adding that fair evaluation of the selfless works was held. 

The PM also expressed pleasure for the prize, which was given for selfless service done by being motivated from the humanitarian aspirations. Though the state has not offered any significant support, its attention was drawn as this is an 'unusual' services, the PM praised the service of the Sadan. On the occasion, founder of Sadan Shri Raj Kumar Pun said that receiving the letter of appreciation was like a dream and said that the school was founded nine years ago for the schooling and take care of students who were rejected by many schools for admission. Saying that the school was not established in a planned manner, Pun shared his plan to bring 300 such other needy students remaining in Kailali district only. Likewise, President of World Books of Records Nepal, Shri Sagar Katawal said that this school is the first of its kind in the world that has made efforts to spread Nepal's key regions and heritages across the globe.

On being recognized by World Book of Records, London UK, founder of Sadan Shri Raj Kumar Pun was congratulated by Shri Virendra Sharma (Member of Parliament, England), Shri. Manjeev Singh Puri (Ambassador to Nepal), Dr. Diwakar Sukul (Chairman, World Book of Records, London), Shri Santosh Shukla (President, World Book of Records) and other dignitaries from international scenario. 


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