Most of these students are household workers who have internally migrated from villages to Kathmandu in search of quality education and work. During the April 2015 earthquake, two out of three school buildings of Shree Janavikash Secondary
These two school buildings have been demolished and rebuilt by the Government of Nepal. The third school building consists of six classrooms and currently stands in a dilapidated condition with visible cracks in the building.
Due to insufficient space and funding, the school has been running classes in this unsafe two-story building. Miyamoto Relief raised sufficient funds to retrofit this school and construction is currently underway.