The magnitude of 7.8 rector scale earthquake had hit Nepal very hard taking with it thousands of lives. The earthquake left many people homeless by destructing numerous houses and destroying our infrastructures, religious sites, historical monuments and many of Nepal’s precious artifacts. Small magnitudes of earthquakes has always occurred in Nepal due to its geographical placement, however, the one that occurred in March 25th, 2015 was one of a kind that many people had never experienced before. OLE Nepal family would like to convey its deepest sympathy to those who lost their lives in this natural disaster and also to those who lost their loved ones in this unfortunate turn of events. May we all find courage to overcome this disaster soon.
OLE Nepal team looks forward to an exciting start in terms of our programs. We have a special project launch in a school of Chepang community in Chitwan. The curriculum based activities which was developed in Chepang language is now being introduced for the first time in Shree Rastriya Primary
This office quarter, OLE Nepal had to say goodbye to few talented team members as they conclude their journey with us. Our wonderful members Ms. Helina Bajracharya, Mr. Manish Jung Thapa and Mr. Sawal Acharya has been an extremely important part of the team. They brought their skills and uniqueness
OLE Nepal continues to enrich E-Pustakalaya by adding new learning materials. Taking into account the disaster that struck Nepal, this quarter we have added books that revolves around the theme of an earthquake. The titles of these books range from earthquake resistant physical constructions to education in times of emergencies.
May 2015 | With their successful campaign to help children continue their education in the worst affected areas of Gorkha district, AirAsia Foundation has raised over USD 200,000 by mobilizing their network and resources. The campaign which took place from May 6 to May 22, 2015, saw donation boxes made available
June 2015 | Bajhang OLE Nepal in cooperation with World Food Program (WFP) and Bajhang District Education Office (DEO) has been implementing its laptop based teaching program from last two years. Till date, the program has been implemented in 23 primary school. OLE Nepal team including program and technical staff; Tika
Year 2015 | OLE Nepal’s campaign to provide quality education to the students of Far-western Region is now expanding to twenty new schools. A field visit to Bajhang carried out after the massive earthquake in Nepal was conducted without any irregularities. Teachers of newly selected schools for the phase III of
June 4, 2015 | Bajhang OLE Nepal, a significant part of UN World Food Programme’s School Feeding Programme (SFP) is jointly undertaking a holistic approach to education in remote regions of the country. With the comprehensive approach to education, WFP along with its implementing partners Government of Nepal (GoN), Open Learning Exchange
In process of providing relief to the children during the time of destitute, OLE Nepal is continuing its relief effort at Tundikhel, located in the center of capital city. With an aim to help children stay positive and engaged in learning, our volunteers are providing children with educational tools -
With an aim to help children stay positive and engaged during the times of disaster, OLE Nepal has started its relief effort at Panga in Kirtipur and Bungamati and Khokana in Lalitpur. After conducting thorough research on most vulnerable areas for the children within Kathmandu Valley, OLE Nepal team identified