Campaigns in 2016

Annual Open Learning Exchange Nepal Benefit Luncheon Program

Every year, the communities in Goshen and Middlebury, Indiana gather in support of OLE Nepal’s programs to bring quality learning opportunities to children from marginalized communities in Nepal’s remote regions. This year, the OLE Nepal Annual Benefit Luncheon is being hosted by Ram KC & Karen James on Saturday, November 12, 2016 at their home in 230 Greenfield Drive, Middlebury, Indiana, USA. Click Here to learn more.

One Hundred Miles for Hundreds of Smiles

On December 11, 2016, Sushma KC Manandhar completed the Daytona 100 Ultramarathon covering a distance of 100 miles. She has dedicated her 100 mile run to raise awareness about a cause that is close to her heart — Quality Education. Click Here to view Sushma’s campaign.

Our Previous Campaigns

Supporting Quality Education
OLE Nepal is aiming to bring quality education to all children of Nepal through the introduction of laptops and digital learning resources in classroom teaching and learning. Currently, we are working on providing access to quality education in remote primary schools of Baitadi district in Far-Western region of Nepal. OLE Nepal will introduce a better learning environment through the use of digital learning resources and laptops along with teacher training and support program. You will make a difference by contributing to buy laptops. To learn how your funds will be used, Click here for more details.

 

Nepal Earthquake Relief for Children and Education
The massive earthquake on April 25 and the subsequent aftershocks have left people homeless and vulnerable, and with thousands of schools destroyed across many districts, children may be deprived of education for months, if not years. OLE Nepal has initiated a relief and rehabilitation campaign to focus mainly on bringing learning opportunities to children during this period. You can be part of this campaign. Click here for more details.

 

Supporting Quality Education in Bajhang
OLE Nepal launched an ambitious project in 2013 to improve access to quality education in primary schools in the remote far western district of Bajhang. Through the introduction of laptops and digital learning resources in classroom teaching, OLE Nepal aimed to reduce the access to quality education by the children across geographic regions, school types and population groups. So far, we have reached to 43 schools with our laptop program. Learn more about the project Click here.