Open Learning Exchange Nepal (OLE Nepal) is a social benefit organization dedicated to enhancing education quality and access through the integration of technology in classrooms. Since its inception in 2007, OLE Nepal has pioneered the use of technology in schools and provided open and free access to quality education and innovative learning environments to children.
Our mission is to improve the quality of education and reduce the disparity in access to quality education across geographic regions, school types and population groups by integrating technology in the teaching-learning process.
Interactive learning modules developed
Students from 180 schools benefited
E-Pustakalaya - Free Digital Library
Our digital library, E-Pustakalaya, is a collection of thousands of books and educational resources, course content and reference materials. E-Pustakalaya has dual aim to develop reading habits among children by providing them free and open access to age-appropriate reading materials and to encourage them to learn through independent research and inquiry.
We Train Teachers
We recognize that teachers are at the center of any transformation in our classrooms. Our three-stage training program ensures that even teachers with little or no prior experience with technology can gain the skills and confidence necessary to improve teaching-learning process and enhance education using technology.
We design and deploy Technology Infrastructure
Deploying technology infrastructure in under-resourced rural schools is not an easy task. We seek innovative solutions based on low-power, low-cost, and durable technology that fit the requirements of rural schools.
Recent News and Updates
June 2016 | Gorkha Based on the MoU signed with the Department of Education in December 2015, OLE Nepal has started reconstruction activities in four primary schools in Gorkha district. During the last three months, we have made multiple visits to
June 2016 | Doti Program Analyst from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Alessandra McCormack visited Mahadev Primary School in Mauwa, Doti to learn how students in this remote community are learning with the help of laptops and digital content.