I believe there is no such thing as born talent, but sheer hard work and willingness to grow makes someone talented and there are many talented children in NOH. Being a part of their journey has been a spectacular experience. Dashain-Aayo project has to be one of the most exciting yet challenging tasks for me. I had three extraordinary students in my team: Rajan, Khusbu and Anu. Surprisingly, we all were shy, self-effacing, yet a bit venturesome. What a team!
My three musketeers started making a ground for big finale from day one. They had a new topic “Art Therapy” to work on. They were reticent, but took every challenge as a broad learning curve. They put out their best efforts and made a massive transformation in a short time. The result was magnificent. I couldn’t be more proud of how they presented themselves in the finale. I personally improved my time management and teamwork skill. Overall, I had a whale of a time working with these kids, and all other mentors did an amazing work including their remarkable kids.
Ngawang Tsering Lama (a counselor by profession, and one of the mentors for the Dashain Aayo project)