Chandra Kumari Gurung, from the Bhachok village, has a small son of 4, Sujal. He is the youngest among her 4 children and a student at Bhachok ECD centre. It was known that her husband went abroad to earn for the family, but for last few years, he is out of contact. Chandra is raising her 4 children on her own. She shared her experience, “It was very difficult to send Sujal to the ECD centre in the early days”. She remembers and explains further, “Without the support of ECD facilitators it would have been very difficult for him to adjust in the centre with his friends”. Now, Sujal goes to the centre happily and mixes up very well with his peer group that makes his mother glad. Chandra also told that she was able to do her household activities and look after everyone due to this centre. She is grateful to the centre and the facilitators.


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