Your donations are tax deductible in the US.
In 2019, OLE Nepal plans to introduce the laptop program in more schools in the mid-western region. In partnership with the UN World Food Program (WFP), we will select 12 new schools in Jajarkot district.
How we work
OLE Nepal will work in partnership with the WFP and local government to make a positive impact in the education of young children, by providing learning resources, teacher training, on-site support program, and power infrastructure.
You too can make a difference by contributing to buy laptops!
Fundraising Target = USD 66,700
(290 LAPTOPS for 12 schools)
Your donations are tax deductible in the US. | 100% of your contribution goes towards laptops for children.
|Daryl & Maxine Zook||$7,500|
|Matthew & Erin Milanese||$700|
|Ram Khattri Chettri & Karen James||$7,500|
|Duane and Kathy Zook||$500|
|Frederick & Kimberly Kieper||$500|
|Tonja K Zook-Nicholas||$12,500|
|Terry and Chris Adam||$500|
|Carrie Hartzler & Suman Bhandari||$250|
|Beltron International/Ajay K Shrestha||NPR. 100,000|
Fundraising events in 2018
Annual benefit luncheon 2018
The communities in Goshen and Middlebury, Indiana gather every year in support of OLE Nepal's programs to bring quality learning opportunities to children from marginalized communities in Nepal's remote regions.
This year's OLE Nepal Annual Benefit Luncheon Program will be hosted by Ram Khattri Chettri and Karen James on Saturday, October 13, 2018 from 12 - 3 PM at their home in 230 Greenfield Drive, Middlebury, Indiana, USA.
Join Goshen and Middlebury, Indiana.
Make a Difference
-Your donations are tax deductible in the U.S.
-100% of your contribution will go towards laptops for children in Bajura
photos from the event
Fundraising by Thames College
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.
photos from the event
Photos from darchula deployment 2018
This year we have successfully launched the laptop program at 15 new schools in Darchula. Currently, 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.
Currently, we are working on providing access to quality education in remote primary schools of Dadeldhura, Bajhang, Baitadi, Doti, and Darchula districts in Far-Western region of Nepal. We have also established a field office in Dadeldhura to support the 96 laptop program schools in the region.
integrated teaching methods which
is fostering curriculum objectives
and sustainable learning skills
students’ learning outcomes.I believe that techniques and methods
learned during training will also
help us to change our teaching-learning practices"