Kavre | May 2022
We completed a five day basic teacher training program on Raspberry Pi (RPi) devices, Nepali Sign Language (NSL) integrated E-Paath and E-Pustakalaya at Shree Kavre Deaf School. Our main objectives were to introduce the teachers to the NSL integrated E-Paath and E-Pustakalaya, and to train them on
Lalitpur | April 2022
OLE Nepal conducted a monitoring and technical support visit in Adarsha Saula Yubak Primary School, Bungamati. Our main objective was to review the computer integrated classes and provide feedback based on the performance, as a follow up to the training program we had conducted in February.
Lalitpur | February 2022:
OLE Nepal initiated this project to create accessible and inclusive content with the aim to reduce disparities that children with disabilities are facing with their learning. In this project we worked to increase inclusive access to learning materials on our free and open digital learning platforms –
Lalitpur | December 2021:
OLE Nepal is developing digital learning contents for children with hearing impairments by creating interactive lessons with Nepali Sign Language (NSL) integration. The project focused on providing access to quality digital learning resources and capacity development of teachers and local bodies to promote quality learning.
Currently the development
Lalitpur | December 2021:
OLE Nepal is working together with UNICEF and KDDI Foundation, Japan on a project with the aim to reduce disparities that children with disabilities are facing with their learning, particularly in this COVID-19 context where their physical access to schools and learning environments is greatly reduced. Under
OLE Nepal has completed the development of 119 new digital E-Paath lessons for grades 1 to 3 as part of the ‘Digital early grade learning content development for COVID-19 response’ project with support from USAID through the Early Grade Reading Program II that is being implemented by RTI. In addition
OLE Nepal has embarked on a new project, supported by UNICEF and KDDI Foundation, with the aim to reduce disparities that children with disabilities are facing with their learning. The project is particularly relevant in the COVID19 context where their physical access to schools and learning environments is greatly reduced,
March 2021 | Lalitpur
OLE Nepal has initiated a new project in partnership with UNICEF and KDDI Foundation to make our collection of free and open digital learning content accessible to students with hearing and speech impairments, as well as design and develop digital library space for learners with visual impairments.
OLE Nepal signed an MoU with the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MoEST) to provide our entire collection of interactive digital content to be uploaded to the Center for Education and Human Resource Development (CEHRD) learning portal, as the schools were closed for much of the academic year in
OLE Nepal is implementing the Nutrition Sensitive Literacy (NSL) pilot project in 21 schools in Sindhupalchowk and 9 schools in Bardiya districts in partnership with World Food Programme (WFP) Nepal office, the Ministry of Education and its line agencies including the Department of Education (DoE), the Curriculum Development Center (CDC),