Nepal

Total population (in thousands) 28,514 (2015)
Population aged 14 years and younger (in thousands) 9,313 (2015)
Out-of-school children 90,791 (2016)
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Nepal: A large number of children still deprived of education in Rolpa

ROLPA, JULY 24: Twelve years old Sanjita Ghotane who lives in Rolpa's headquarters Libang, nearby the District Education Office, is deprived ...
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Nepal: Quality education for all

A 16-year-old girl from a village in Lalitpur was selected by an international scholarship programme to study abroad with a ...
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40 pc child literacy gap between rich and poor: CBS

KATHMANDU, Nov 10: The gap in child literacy rate between the rich and poor is 39 percent while the gap ...
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Children with Disabilities

 

School dropouts with disabilities face violence, exclusion: Study

KATHMANDU, DEC 06 - Children with disabilities who drop out of school and stay at home have more chances of ...
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A Step to Education for All Children, Nepal

A successful Sightsaver applicant, B.P. Eye Foundation (BPEF) and Children Hospital for Eye Ear and Rehabilitation Services (CHEERS), focuses on ...
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Emergency

 

Impact of conflict on teachers and their role in peacebuilding: What can be learnt from Nepal?

This blog looks at the impact on, and role of, school leadership during conflict, using Nepal and the Maoist insurgency ...
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YOLMO CONNECT: INTRODUCING COMPUTERS & IT INTO REMOTE NEPAL

I have spent 13 months over the last three years working with Melamchi Ghyang Secondary school in the Sindhupalchok District ...
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Education still not a priority in disaster responses: Report

Children’s education has not been able to get the due priority it deserves during disaster responses, with only 2 percent ...
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Gender

 

Nepal: Adolescent girl education changes life in Mahottari

MAHOTTARI — Director at Education Department under the Ministry of Education Mitranath Gartaula lauded the task of educating illiterate adolescents ...
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How Do You Change A Girl’s Life?

The London Family Planning Summit held in London last week was heralded a major success. At least was committed for ...
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WATCH: Empowering adolescent girls in rural Nepal

In this video, Ganga Gautam, 2016 Echidna Global Scholar and professor of English at Tribhuvan University in Nepal, describes the state ...
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ICT in Education

 

YOLMO CONNECT: INTRODUCING COMPUTERS & IT INTO REMOTE NEPAL

I have spent 13 months over the last three years working with Melamchi Ghyang Secondary school in the Sindhupalchok District ...
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Technology in the classroom: Learning from OLE Nepal

Introducing technology in the classroom may seem easy to some. Providing laptops or tablets to students looks simple enough, assuming ...
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Innovative Financing

 

Educate A Child signs agreement with United World Schools to reach over 33,000 children in Cambodia, Myanmar and Nepal

Educate A Child (EAC), a programme of the Qatar based Education Above All Foundation (EAA), has signed a three year ...
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‘1in11’ makes progress with campaign to make education accessible to children at risk

The ‘1in11’ project, which aims to offer education to young Indonesian children, is under way. The FC Barcelona Foundation, UNICEF and ROTA have also ...
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EU, UNICEF launch €4 mln project to restore education for 1 mln quake-hit kids in Nepal

The European Union (EU) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) have joined hands to launch a multi-million rupees project ...
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Learning Outcomes

 

A bad lesson

The Head Teacher (HT) and School Management Committee (SMC) chair are key stakeholders in school performance as a whole. Keeping ...
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Mother Tongue

 

Nepal: Lost in Translation

At the school in Nepal’s Lalitpur district where I work as an English teaching assistant, a large and colorful mural ...
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Poverty and language barrier increasing student drop out rates

JHAPA, March 28: In the last one decade, over 100 students passed out from Krishna Primary School of Mechinagar, Jhapa ...
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Partnership

 

Educate A Child signs agreement with United World Schools to reach over 33,000 children in Cambodia, Myanmar and Nepal

Educate A Child (EAC), a programme of the Qatar based Education Above All Foundation (EAA), has signed a three year ...
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Policy and Curriculum

 

Nepal: A large number of children still deprived of education in Rolpa

ROLPA, JULY 24: Twelve years old Sanjita Ghotane who lives in Rolpa's headquarters Libang, nearby the District Education Office, is deprived ...
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Nepal: WB approves US$ 185m credit for School Sector Development Plan

The World Bank has approved US$ 185 million credit in support of Nepal’s efforts at improving equity, quality, efficiency, governance ...
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Opportunity Schools in Nepal (English) World Education

This video explores the Opportunity Schools Project, implemented by World Education in Nepal. Through the project, World Education is implementing ...
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Teacher

 

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