School desks and tables, water purification, solar light, computers and computer training are a part of each of our 50 schools thanks to our amazing partnerships with a shared vision: to build strong schools that give the children the best chance possible at an enriching education and a meaningful future. Donate towards these important pieces.
Every school built in the 21st-century needs to have a computer lab. Our Education Technology partner, OLE, Nepal, has adapted the national curriculum to an online format while introducing critical thinking exercises. With extensive training for the school, the teachers, students, and software act in unison to ensure a wide range of material and ideas are covered. When paired with OLE’s hard drive library of thousands of books and websites, even the most remote locations can be kept up to date and offer a full range of courses to the community.
Water purification systems are the low-hanging fruit towards improving students’ health and long-term ability to learn and thrive. When paired with water, sanitation, and hygiene (WaSH) training, attendance rates rise, but the individual students can learn and retain knowledge at a superior rate.
Our libraries are stocked with a wide range of books for the students to explore the world around them and far away. All the libraries have new furniture, book racks, and a mural designed to represent their community and the adventures that lie waiting.
Our Digital Education Project targets public school students who are still unfamiliar with the use of digital technology in the classroom , and help them learn during the absence of teachers.
In partnership with ‘e-Education’ and ‘JICA’, we develop video contents of teaching materials, working with the Department of Education, and teachers of public and private schools. The video lectures focus on subjects like Mathematics and Science, where students often struggle with getting good grades.
Within the same project, we will set up a digital classroom in target schools in order to meet the technology and telecommunication needs of the school in the educational process. Furthermore, we will also conduct teacher training programs in collaboration with the Several government stakeholders
We’ve been designing and improving on existing furniture for our classrooms from the beginning. For a post-Covid-19 world, we have designed and are installing desks that offer more flexible seating options to allow for greater spacing between students while facilitating classroom discussions.
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