Support OLE Nepal's Programs

Each year, OLE Nepal works with our partners, local authorities and communities
to introduce laptops loaded with quality learning materials to children in under-resourced schools.

$ 250

buys 1 laptop for children

$ 1000

buys 4 laptops for children

$ 500

buys 2 laptops for children

$ 6000

buys laptops for 1 school

You can make a difference.

Help support OLE Nepal's programs to bring quality learning opportunities to children from marginalized communities in Nepal's remote regions.

-Your donations are tax deductible in the U.S.
-100% of your contribution will go towards laptops for children

positive results in Darchula (2018-2019)

In 2018, we successfully launched the laptop program at 15 new schools in Darchula.
1300+ young learners are learning on 243 fully loaded laptops, with the help of 58 trained teachers.
We couldn’t have done this without the help of our supporters in Nepal and all over the world.

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Testimonials

"It is an amazing opportunity for us to enhance our quality of teaching learning environment. I believe these digital interactive learning resources and knowledge and techniques learnt through this training will be instrumental to improve the
quality of education"
Mr. Namraj Bhatta
Teacher
Bhawagati Basic School
Darchula
"I am confident to use
integrated teaching methods
which is fostering
curriculum objectives
and sustainable learning skills
through information
and communications
technology."
Mr. Haridutta Joshi
Teacher
Yubabarsh Basic School
Darchula
"The digital content especially
‘E-Paath’ will definitely
boost our students’
learning outcomes. I believe that techniques and methods
learned during training will also
help us to change
our teaching-learning practices"
Ms. Chaal Kumari KC
Teacher
Changestan Higher Secondary School
Solukhumbu

Jajarkot in 2019

In 2019, OLE Nepal launched the laptop program in 12 remote primary schools of Jajarkot district in Karnali Province.
You can learn more about our program launch in Jajarkot here.

-Your donations are tax deductible in the U.S.
-100% of your contribution will go towards laptops for children

Our Previous Campaigns

“Fundraising for laptop program in Jajarkot district of Karnali Province”
In 2019, our team at Open Learning Exchange (OLE) Nepal worked on local government authorities to bring the laptop program to 12 new primary schools of Jajarkot district. This was the first laptop program launched by OLE Nepal in Karnali Province. Our team worked closely with the Kuse Rural Municipality and Nalgad Municipality offices to introduce a better learning environment through the use of digital learning resources and laptops along with intensive teacher training, and on-site support program. OLE Nepal implemented the laptop teacher training program and teaching with technology residency program with the support of UN World Food Programme’s (WFP) School Meals Programme, which is supported by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), through the McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition grant. Local government also contributed towards the solar power systems at the schools, while OLE Nepal raised funds for the laptops that were deployed to the schools. We would like to thank Ram K.C. and Karen James for helping raise funds for the laptops through their Annual Benefit event in 2018, and the communities of Goshen and Middlebury, Indiana for their continuous support.

Photos from the event

“Fundraising with Thames College, Kathmandu!”
The Theater Club of Thames International College organized a fundraising event for OLE Nepal’s laptop program schools in the Far and Mid-Western Region. We would like to thank them for their hard work and dedication to come up with the brilliant theater show ‘Jhimik Jhimik Jhyappa’. The play was a Nepali adaptation from the English play ‘Black Comedy’. All proceeds from the show organized by Thames International College will go towards laptops for children in remote schools.
“Supporting Quality Education in Darchula in 2018!”
In 2018, our team at Open Learning Exchange (OLE) Nepal worked on providing access to quality education in remote primary schools of Darchula district in Far-Western region of Nepal. Our team worked closely with the Department of Education to introduce better learning environment through the use of digital learning resources and laptops along with intensive teacher training, and on-site support program. OLE Nepal implemented the laptop program with the support of UN World Food Programme WFP’s School Meals Programme, which is supported by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), through the McGovern-Dole International Food for Education and Child Nutrition grant.
“Annual Open Learning Exchange Nepal Benefit Luncheon Program 2017”
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, September 23, 2017 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 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.
“Supporting Quality Education in Baitadi”
OLE Nepal successfully completed the deployment of laptops with digital learning resources, and teacher training, to bring quality education to all children of Baitadi district in Far-Western region of Nepal. OLE Nepal in partnership with the District Education Office introduced a better learning environment through the use of digital learning resources and laptops. OLE Nepal also ran an on-site support program. To learn about the project, 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.