Although schooling is currently free in a lot of Nepal's rural areas, the other indirect expenses for things like books, bags, stationery, and uniforms can cost a considerable amount. The community schools only get enough funds to pay salaries and other school-related expenses. Apart from the costs, in places like Sindhupalchok and other rural areas, where daily life is dependent on daily wages, parents are reluctant to send their children to schools, as school takes up a lot of their time which could be used to earn a living. In many cases, they are not aware of the importance of going to school and the children's irregular attendance in school is no different from not attending at all. This demotivates both the students, who aren’t able to learn anything, and the parents who can’t see any difference in sending their children to school or not. This is where we thought that “Support & Encourage Nepalese Students’ for Education- SENSE” could help. This program was initiated with the main purpose to support and encourage students of the rural community schools of Sindhupalchok district to achieve formal schooling.