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Nepal: 20 percent of children of Barbardiya municipality out of school

Date: 23 July 2018 | By: Gulariya, Bardiya| Story Source: Setopati (Nepal) ~ Go to Original Article   Despite the claim that all school-going age children...

New project empowers children with disabilities to read confidently

By: Handicap International - Humanity & Inclusion, 05 May 2018 In Nepal, most primary school students are unable to read at grade level. For Nepali children...

Learning crisis in South Asia, only half of primary-aged children receiving...

South Asia is currently home to more than 10 million out-of-school children, who should be able to attend primary level and 20 million out-of-school...

Nepal: 1,595 students still out of school in Siraha

By: Mithilesh Yadav, April 23, 2018, MyRepublica Nepal The government has launched a special campaign in Siraha to encourage people to sponsor the education of...

Nepal:Empowering schools

There needs to be more debate in terms of private intervention in public education among stakeholders including the donors. On January 22, George Weah, former...

Report highlights barriers Nepali girls face in accessing education

December 02, 2017 A report launched by the US Embassy in Nepal yesterday highlights barriers adolescent girls in the country face in accessing education, health...

Nepal: Redefining child education in developing countries

By  Kathmandu Tribune November 14, 2017 An absolute new approach that builds relevant skills, infrastructure, and even wide scope is needed to transform a new revolutionary era...

Community learning centres: Empowering literacy

Due to the lack of a permanent institute at the village level, Literacy and Non-Formal Education (NFE) program could not provide functional education based...

Dubai Cares volunteers successfully set the foundation for a new school...

Fifteen volunteers participated in Dubai Cares' Volunteer Globally initiative Once completed, the new school will accommodate 150 schoolchildren and 60 illiterate women Dubai, United...

1.8 million children out of school as South Asia floods put...

At least 18,000 schools have been damaged or destroyed by South Asia’s worst flooding in years, which is putting children’s education and long-term well-being...

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

ROLPA, JULY 24: Twelve years old Sanjita Ghotane who lives in Rolpa's headquarters Libang, nearby the District Education Office, is deprived of education. She studied...

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 and mothers from deprived...

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 reproductive health services. New...

Reimagining Nepali education system

Kathmandu: Pana, a group of young education enthusiasts, are holding a symposium—Let’s Talk Education, on Saturday. The symposium, which aims to discuss the education...

Nepal: Reshma loves to write

Reshma loves copying out chapters from her grade one textbooks into her notebooks. She is into anything to do with writing, her teacher relates....

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 full scholarship. She was...

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 and management of basic...

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 approaches, including early grade...

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 of girls’ education in...

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 between male and female...

Nepal: Education Takes Back Seat to Work in Rural Nepal, Even...

BASULING, NEPAL - The mountainous village of Basuling, in Nepal's far-western Baitadi district, appears picture-perfect. Mud and stone houses dot the mountainside. Cows and...

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 proclaims: “The world is...

Nepal government yet to bring one million out-of-school children to cycle...

Nepal government yet to bring one million out-of-school children to cycle of education KATHMANDU, Oct. 6 (Xinhua) -- While almost one million Nepali children still...

Impact of conflict on teachers and their role in peacebuilding: What...

This blog looks at the impact on, and role of, school leadership during conflict, using Nepal and the Maoist insurgency as a case study....

Inspiring Nepali girls to take control of their lives

In rural Nepal, girls face countless barriers that prevent them from enrolling and remaining in high school. Some relate to cultural and family traditions; others...

Nepal: Workshop: Promoting Lifelong Learning through Community Learning Centers

Lifelong learning embodies the importance of learning across all ages and generations, in and outside the classroom, in a manner relevant to the wider...

Nepal: Workshop: How to Prepare Teachers in Inclusive Education and Multi-Grade...

The international community agrees: every individual who has a disability — no matter the nature of the disability — has the right to 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 of Nepal. I was...

Educate A Child signs agreement with United World Schools to reach...

Educate A Child (EAC), a programme of the Qatar based Education Above All Foundation (EAA), has signed a three year agreement with United World...

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 of the total humanitarian...