In June 2017, Namlo Europa finished the construction of its second school in Nepal, in the community of Kalesti.
The construction of the school, which has 4 classrooms for 200 students between the ages of 14 and 16, began in September 2016, thanks to the completely voluntary help of Catalan engineer Mauro Bravo. Community residents also participated in the project, which is a requirement of Namlo for building schools in Nepal.
This school was built in accordance to new building safety requirements of the Nepalese government following the earthquake of 25 April 2015. This way, the school is fully prepared to support potential earthquakes in the future.
For the 2017-2018 school year, Namlo Europa has also invested in the purchase of tables and desks, and in the construction of a water drainage system so that the school can support monsoon rains.
In August 2017, two teachers, one from Catalonia and another from the United States, organised training workshops for Nepalese teachers in this school, to improve their teaching methods.