Refresher training and technical support to Phaplu Community School
December 2016 | Solukhumbu
E-Paati laptop-based learning program was launched at Phaplu Community School in October 2010 with 65 laptops targeting students in grades 2, 3, and 4, and a 7-day training for all teachers. In June 2011, additional 40 laptops were added
Deployment of grade 8 E-Paath activities and technical support to 15 FLC program schools
October 2016 | Baglung, Banke and Solukhumbu
OLE Nepal’s teams of trainers and technical staff visited program schools
in Banke from September 21 to 26, Baglung from October 24 to 29, and Solukhumbu from September 25 to 28, to
October 30 - November 2015
OLE Nepal’s highest deployment was carried out 4,000 meters above the sea level in Pangboche, Solukhumbu last March.
Our team re-visited Pangboche to conduct a refresher training for the teachers of Pangboche Primary School located in Khumjung VDC of Solukhumbu district, where OLE Nepal in collaboration with
Aug 26 - 31, 2015 | Solukhumbu
OLE Nepal team deployed E-Paath activities of grade seven in Solukhumbu.
A team of two consisting of Basanta Shrestha and Ravindra Sah visited five program schools in Solukhumbu district to install grade seven E-Paath activities during August 26 to 31, 2015. While installing new activities,
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
Sep 2010, Solukhumbu
The students of Phaplu Community School got a surprise treat this past Dasain in the form of E-Paati laptops, thanks to the joint effort between OLE Nepal, the UN World Food Program, and a local partner, Himalayan Heath and Environmental Services Solukhumbu (HHESS). A total of sixty E-Paatis
Mar 18 - 21, 2010 | Solukhumbu
A team consisting of representatives from OLE Nepal, the Department of Education (DoE) and Himalayan Health and Environment Services (HHES) visited the remote mountainous district of Solukhumbu to study the feasibility of expanding the OLPC project in the district. During the three-day visit from