Monthly Archives: January 2016


21. January 2014  by Sagar Aryal Female education has been neglected in our country since the earliest days. We find some isolated cases of women’s education in the history of our land. Homes were considered to be the field of work for women and work in other fields of activity. “If you teach a man, you teach an individual but if you teach a woman, you teach the whole family,” goes a saying. If women are educated they will share their knowledge with everyone. They teach their children and manage […]

Women and the Education System ...


Activity: Improving the quality and inclusiveness of schools in Nepal Name of the Organization: Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) Nepal Headquarter: Nepal Geographical reach: National Number of beneficiaries: 31,500 children Project Representative: Mr. Raj Kumar Ghandarba Websites: http://www.vsointernational.org/ About the Project The Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) Nepal Program is a four-year model for transforming education via inclusive multi-level support within school communities and across Nepal’s education system (http://www.vsointernational.org/where-we-work/nepal.asp). Through volunteers sharing skills in six districts across Nepal, the main program objective is to increase the capacity of six district education authorities, […]

VSO Nepal Education


बालकुमारी उच्च मावि नारायणगढ चितवनका पुर्व विद्यार्थी द्धारा आफनो गुरुआमा  सरस्वती रिजाललाई सम्मान I हिमालयखवर संवाददाता, टेक्सस I  १९ जनवरी २०१६ , चितवन जिल्ला स्थित शिक्षा क्षेत्रमा अग्रणी बालकुमारी उच्च मा.वि नारायणगढ चितवनका  प्राचार्य सरस्वती रिजाललाई टेक्सास स्थित ड्यालसमा उक्त विद्यालयका पुर्व विद्याथीहरुले  कार्यक्रम आयोजना गरि  सम्मान गरेका छन् । आफ्नो श्रीमान चितवनका समाजसेबी उपेन्द्र रिजालका साथ  अमेरिका भ्रमणमा रहेकी रिजाललाई ड्यालसमा २०४० देखि २०५१  सम्म अध्ययन गरेका पुर्व विद्यार्थी समुहले सम्मान गरेको हो । २०३० मा चितवन हाइस्कुलवाट रिजालले पढाउन शुरु गरेकी थिइन् । उनले २०३६ साल देखि २०७१ सालसम्म बालकुमारीमा […]

अमेरिकामा गुरुआमा सम्मानीत



Nepal Earthquake 2015 Fundraiser Nepal has been seriously devastated by the recent earthquake. Over 8,000 people have died (with death toll rising), thousands more are injured, and countless more have been displaced. Many homes, temples, and public monuments have been destroyed throughout the affected areas. For the Nepal earthquake victims, HELP NEPAL Network (HeNN) has raised over US $1,000,000 to date and is continuing to raise more. With this fund, the Nepal team has mobilized dozens of groups of volunteers, sending tents, food and medical supplies to affected areas (some […]

HeNN Nepal Fundraiser


Couple to walk Bluff to Cape Reinga to fundraise for Nepal After seeing the state of Nepal following the devastating 2015 earthquake, intrepid couple Carl Hutchinson and Adele-Ivy Harris knew they needed to do more to help. The British pair, who have been living in New Zealand since July last year, will walk from Bluff to Cape Reinga to raise money for the Nepalese rebuild. The couple were travelling in Nepal when the 7.8 magnitude quake struck last April, killing almost 8900 people and causing widespread devastation. They will begin […]

fundraise for Nepal


Photo: Naresh Newar/IRIN The marginalised Janjati children in the mountains rarely make it to grade two due to poverty KATHMANDU, 14 June 2010 (IRIN) – Millions of children from marginalized ethnic families in Nepal are drifting out of education because not enough is being done to keep them in school, aid workers warn. “Enrolling them in school and simply providing scholarships is not enough to ensure they continue going to school,” said Bhaya Ram Yadav from the Jana Jagran Yuba Club, an NGO that works with disadvantaged children in Bara […]

NEPAL: Disadvantaged children missing out ...



Wey Valley School pupils help Nepal community hit by devastating earthquake Wednesday, 13 January 2016 19:07 A LIFE-CHANGING trip to Nepal has seen students take on a gruelling trek and carry out community work in areas hit by last year’s earthquake. Wey Valley School students spent three weeks in Nepal in December. The group has been raising money to pay for the trip over the last 18 months as well as working to improve their fitness and stamina for the trek. The group undertook the Poon Hill trekking circuit over […]

Wey Valley School


St. Charles East grad helping children in Nepal Saturday, 16 January 2016 11:41 Ever since Katie Hilborn was a child, she had always wanted to do something to change the world. “As a little girl, I would just see the injustices on TV, and I knew it wasn’t right,” said Hilborn, a former St. Charles resident. “I wanted to help.” After Hilborn graduated from St. Charles East High School in 2001 and completed her college studies in 2006, she began to travel the world. Eventually, she formed the nonprofit organization that […]

St. Charles East grad helping ...


Published on Jan 19, 2015 Education in Nepal, Visit Laxmi Primary School in Nepal Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c… Education in Nepal was long based on Home schooling and Gurukula. The first formal school was established in 1853 but was intended to the elites. The birth of the nepalese democracy in 1951 opened the classrooms to a more diverse population. The education plan in 1971 fastened the development of Education in the country: In 1951, Nepal had 10 000 students divided in 300 schools, with an adult literacy […]

Education in Nepal



CHANCE (Charity Helping Advancement of Nepali Children’s Education ) CHANCE (Charity Helping Advancement of Nepali Children’s Education) provides sustainable aid for education in Nepal. We address access and quality of education and provide educational facilities through income generation projects with local co-operatives. We launched the charity in April 2004 and registered in the UK in August 2004. Our programmes help to progress quality education and provide young people with development opportunities. We are National Award Operator for the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in Nepal. Mission statement To help deprived Nepalese […]

CHANCE NEPAL


Doha-based teens spend holiday volunteering at Nepal school Supplied Sirius Ganesh in Nepal For many young people in Qatar and around the world, school breaks are a chance to spend time away from the classroom and have fun with family and friends. But two locally-based high school students have turned that idea on its head, deciding instead to spend their winter holiday with complete strangers at a school in Nepal. Inspired by a talk given a few months ago in Doha by a UN aid worker, Sirius Ganesh and Sascha […]

Doha Teen Nepal HELP!!


Announcement of Japanese Government (MEXT) Scholarship for 2016 Only for Reference – Selection Procedure Completed This Year The Government of Japan offers scholarships for Postgraduate/ Research Students, Undergraduate Students and Specialized Training College Students for the Academic Year 2016 under the MEXT Scholarship Program as follows: A. Postgraduate/ Research Students 1. Qualifications Applicants must be Nepalese nationals under 35 years of age as of April 1st 2016 (i.e. born on or after April 2nd, 1981) and have completed at least 16 years of education (15 years is also accepted if […]

MEXT Scholarship for 2016- Japan



The Commission for Educational Exchange between the United States and Nepal (also known as “the Fulbright Commission” or “USEF/Nepal“) was established in 1961 by executive agreement between the governments of Nepal and the United States, and has operated continuously since that time. It is a binational organization governed by a Board of Directors composed of five Nepalis appointed by the Government of Nepal and five Americans appointed by the American Ambassador. The Board sets policies, awards grants and oversees the Commission’s Secretariat which administers the exchange programs. Day-to-day operations of […]

USEF-NEPAL : Fullbright Scholarship


: Six ways it affects the country 12 December 2015 From the sectionAsia Image copyrightAFPImage captionNepal has been hit by a blockade for the past two months Nepal has been gripped by a blockade in the country’s south for the past two months, leading to acute shortages of fuel and medicine. The blockade is led by ethnic minorities who say they are discriminated against in the new constitution. The government also accuses India of deliberately worsening the embargo – something India denies. The BBC looks at six ways the blockade […]

Nepal blockade


We are a team of engineers and developers dedicated to make a breakthrough to revolutionize the way of teaching and learning at least in Nepal. Our Core Team Members are: Sushil Dev Bhattrai ( Co-founder, Chairperson and CEO) Adhip Poudyal (Co-founder, Vice-chairperson and COO) Shuvaraj Sharma (Chief Technology Officer) Bobin K.C (Chief Marketing Officer) Rajesh Magar (Administration Department) Kendra Bdr. Mukhia (Engineer)   About The Software: Smart School All of us had our Engineering completed and were in dilemma, whether to stay in Nepal and do something or go abroad […]

Nepal Free E-learning



Student Playing stone. July 19, 2014, Comments Off Government Students July 18, 2014, Comments Off   12345 welcome to Nepal Schools .net (Private & Government Schools Information) Nepal Schools .net website has been opened with a special purpose to inform about all the scattered Govt. school and private – public school within Nepal. This website includes all important information concerned to Private- Public Schools, Boarding Schools, Govt. Schools, +2 College, Govt. Campus, Private Campuses, Computer Institution, Tuition Centers and various training centers along with educational institution, Libraries, Book / stationery shops […]

Nepal schools Listings and other ...


If every child received an education, 171 million people would be lifted out of poverty Invest in Room to Read About Us We envision a world in which all children can pursue a quality education, reach their full potential and contribute to their community and the world. To achieve this goal, we focus on two areas where we believe we can have the greatest impact: literacy and gender equality in education.  We work in collaboration with communities and local governments across Asia and Africa to develop literacy skills and a […]

Room To Read


Selena Gomez ‘inspired’ by meeting children at school in Nepal nepalcelebrities June 3, 2014 Selena walks with students from an early childhood development classroom Pictures: US Fund for UNICEF/Josh Estey/MataHati Actress and singer Selena Gomez said she was both heartbroken and inspired by her trip to meet children living in extreme poverty in Nepal. The former Disney star visited a school and communities in her role as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. Selena, 21, said: “This visit to Nepal was extraordinarily powerful – at times devastating and heartbreaking but also incredibly inspiring. […]

‘inspired’ Nepal



A temporary house stands strong surrounded by rubble in Pokhari, Nepal. In April and May 2015 two earthquakes, both measuring over 7.5 in magnitude, stuck the mountainous country of Nepal. All We Can has been supporting partners working in this region for a number of years. Through trusted local partners, and international partners with emergency response expertise, All We Can is committed to supporting recovery in Nepal. Here we share some stories from the communities our partners are working with. Temporary shelters in the village of Pokhari a few weeks after […]

Stories from Nepal


Nepal Sisters Nirmala and Sagita Pariyar receive educational support from partner Kopila Nepal. © All We Can/Purple Flame Media Nepal is the poorest and most unequal country in Asia. 8 million people live below poverty line but women and girls in Nepal are often denied their basic human rights and have limited access to basic healthcare and education. Many of Nepal’s challenges were compounded by the two major earthquakes that occurred in April and May 2015. Meet our partners We are working in partnership with talented local organisations to provide better opportunities for women and […]

All We Can !!


Donation goes directly to local communities For $20, you can help to provide daily meals to one student in post-earthquake Nepal for a month. The April 25th, 2015 earthquake destroyed many buildings within the communities that we serve. Many families are homeless now. The school buildings that NEIO built are structurally sound enough to serve as central hubs to the communities in this time of emergency. Although, we are not a disaster relief agency, we are immediately helping in the following ways: We have provided emergency funding to purchase and […]

Nepal School Rebuild