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.
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
April 2015 | OLE Nepal office has assigned a new field coordinator in Bajhang district for speedy support to the program schools. The increasing number of program schools in the district and the important technical and non-technical concerns that may require immediate attention, called for an easier to reach personnel in
Bajhang volunteers [L-R: Deepesh, Suman, Ravindra and Shambu] Year 2014 | Bajhang OLE Nepal in cooperation with District Education Office of Bajhang and UN World Food Program has been implementing laptop based teaching-learning program in the district since past two years. The program initially commenced in early 2014 in ten primary schools
March 23, 2015 | Gorkha OLE Nepal in collaboration with Maitri Trust UK and Gorkha Foundation has been installing offline E-Pustakalaya servers in schools of Gorkha. Till date, such servers have been deployed in twenty three schools in the district. OLE Nepal team comprising of four members, Ganesh Ghimire, Sawal Acharya,
March 18, 2015 | Solukhumbu OLE Nepal conducted its highest deployment in cooperation with Nepal Youth Foundation (NYF). In process of providing access to quality learning resources to the students from different geographical backgrounds, OLE Nepal reached Pangboche located in Khumjung VDC of Solukhumbu District to deploy digital educational resources to students
June 2015 | Kathmandu OLE Nepal’s teacher training program has always helped enhance the primary vision of the organization to transform the education system giving children from all backgrounds an access to high quality learning platform that is interactive, fun and meaningful. Teachers are an important aspect of the transformation envisioned.
March 12, 2015 | Bhaktapur OLE Nepal continues to expand the reach of E-Pustakalaya in various regions of the country, with Bhaktapur being the latest addition. A team comprising of three members, Mr. Ganesh Ghimire, E-Pustakalaya Coordinator, and two technical staffs Mr. Sawal Acharya and Mr. Prashant Shrestha from OLE Nepal
February 23, 2015 | Bajhang OLE Nepal in partnership with District Education Office of Bajhang and UN World Food Program (WFP) has been implementing its laptop program in the schools of Bajhang since early 2014. This program aims to provide access to quality education for students through the integration of digital
February 19, 2015 | Lalitpur In process of providing technical support to schools, OLE Nepal team revisited their pilot project schools located in Lalitpur. After its inception in 2007, OLE Nepal had piloted the project in two schools of Lalitpur district, Basukhi Secondary School and Bhiswamitra Secondry School. Laptop project was