Det uretfærdige nepalspil

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Spil som Asha, Krishna, Kamal eller Laxmi og hjælp dem med at nå 10. klasse. Du skal studere, have mad og skolesager, og hvis du arbejder, kan du også købe en cykel, så det hele går lidt hurtigere. Hvert år skal du til eksamen, hvor du skal svare rigtigt på nogle spørgsmål om Nepal.

Asha, Krishna, Kamal og Laxmi er ikke ens, de står for fire forskellige sværhedsgrader. Asha Musahar er det fattigste af børnene, hendes forældre har aldrig gået i skole, de har ingen marker eller husdyr og der er sjældent mad nok hjemme. Derfor er det sværest at nå 10.klasse, hvis man spiller som Asha.

Nepal spillet har en highscore liste, så du kan konkurrere mod dig selv med hvert af børnene.

Undervejs støder I på udfordringer, som I ikke kan lave om på. Spiller du som Asha, får du minuspoint, fordi du ikke har en paraply og du derfor bliver hjemme fra skole, når det regner. Spiller du derimod som Kamal, får du en paraply af din mor. Det er uretfærdigt! Og sådan er det også i virkeligheden. De som har flest ressourcer, har bedre muligheder for at klare sig godt.
Nogle ulykker i nepalspillet rammer alle. Når der er generalstrejke må alle børn blive hjemme. Det er også uretfærdigt! Og igen er det ligesom i den virkelige verden: Børn i lande med politisk uro får færre skoledage og dermed mindre viden.

Skoleliv i Nepal er en dansk forening, som arbejder med sund skolemad, lektiehjælp og økologiske skolehaver på nogle små offentlige skoler i det sydvestlige Nepal. Gennem det arbejde har vi lært en masse om, hvorfor der er så svært for nogle børn, at få en uddannelse og den viden vil vi gerne dele med danske børn og deres familier.
Nepal spil er udgivet i samarbejde med Danida og DTU diplom.
Games like Asha, Krishna, Kamal or Laxmi and help them reach 10th grade. You must study, having food and school supplies, and if you work, you can also buy a bike, so it all goes a little faster. Every year you for the exam, which you must correctly answer some questions about Nepal.

Asha, Krishna, Kamal and Laxmi are not identical, they stand for four different levels of difficulty. Asha Musahar is the poorest of the children, her parents never went to school, they have no land or livestock and there is rarely enough food at home. Therefore, it is most difficult to reach 10th grade, if you play as Asha.

Nepal the game has a high score list so you can compete against yourself with each of the children.

Along the way, encounter the challenges that I can not change that. You play as Asha, you get minus points because you do not have an umbrella and therefore you stay home from school when it rains. Player you rather as Kamal, you get an umbrella of your mother. It's unfair! And so it is in reality. Those who have the most resources, have better opportunities to do well.
Some accidents in nepal game hits all. When there is a general strike, all children stay at home. It is also unfair! And again it's like in the real world: Children in countries with political unrest have fewer school days and thus less knowledge.

Schooling in Nepal is a Danish association that works with healthy school meals, homework help and organic school gardens on some small public schools in southwestern Nepal. Through the work we have learned a lot about why that is so hard for some children to get an education and the knowledge we want to share with Danish children and their families.
Nepal games are released in cooperation with Danida and DTU diploma.
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Updated
May 3, 2017
Size
7.0M
Installs
100+
Current Version
1.1b
Requires Android
4.2 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
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