The Malagiri School




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Kevins first visit to Nepal – August 2007

Photos taken by Kevin Fossey whilst travelling through the parish of Daman and the tiny hamlet of Malagiri in Nepal.

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Tibetan monk Pema visits Brighton – September 2008

Pema arrives in England to stay with Kevin and his wife Denise. He visits the University of Brighton to give students a talk about Buddhist philosophy.

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The land is cleared for the school – February and March 2009

The land needed to build the school is acquired and villagers start to clear it ready to build the foundations of the school.

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A School for Malagiri gains charity status – August 2009

The Malagiri Project is recognised as a charity and NGO in Nepal.

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School of Education students visit Malagiri – January 2010

Three students from the University of Brighton visit the Malagiri site.


Fundraising efforts from staff, students and friends – February 2010

From dancing to marathon running the fundraisers come out in force!

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The school build is in progress – July 2010

Photos of the school build in progress – taken by Kevin Fossey.

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The day school build is now in progress – August 2010

Work starts on the day school.


Conference in India with the Dalai Lama – November 2010

Kevin Fossey visits Nepal and India where he attended a conference in India with other project delegates and discussed the school scheme with the Dalai Lama, Tibet’s spiritual leader.


Opening of the School in Malagiri – April 2011

Senior Lecturer and founder of A School for Malagiri Kevin Fossey, and Head of the School of Education, Lorraine Harrison open the school.


Student work placements and the future of the school – March 2012

School of Education students travel to the school for their work placements.

 image 2 Tents replace classrooms – June 2015
Following the recent earthquake tents are used as classrooms until building work can take place


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