Nepal Village Foundation, UK

The advancement of education for the public benefit, in particular among girls from poor families in rural Nepal who would not otherwise receive a formal education The prevention or relief of poverty in rural areas of Nepal by providing or assisting in the provision of education, training, healthcare projects and all the necessary support designed to enable individuals to generate a sustainable income and be self-sufficient To develop the capacity and skills of the members of socially and economically disadvantaged communities of rural Nepal in such a way that they are better able to identify, and help meet, their needs and to participate more fully in society
The Girls Education Project in Rural Nepal
 
Girls' education has been ignored in Nepalese communities for various reasons such as, cultural traditions, an unsuitable schooling environment and financial problems. It is particularly rare for girls that come from poor and Dalit families in rural villages of Nepal, to receive an education. Consequently, this project will support girls most in need of schooling. Educating girls has many advantages such as, improved gender equality, health, education, better family planning and economic growth. project reportread updates from the field
Give a Bicycle to girls in Nepal to attend school
 
Twenty-one girls have entered higher secondary schooling through the Girls' Education Project by Nepal Village Foundation. The girls' new school is about 5 kilometres away from their home. Walking to the school and back every day is difficult. This demotivates the girls to attend school regularly. The girls are from the poorest of the poor families and cannot afford a bicycle. Hence, this project will provide a bicycle to the girls so they can attend school regularly. project reportread updates from the field
MOSQUITO NET TO THE 600 POOREST FAMILIES IN NEPAL
 
This project will distribute and install 1,200 treated mosquito nets to the 600 poorest families in three malaria high risk villages where, currently we are working. Economic loss, particularly to the poorest is severe when the malaria mosquito infects them. This also affects the children's health and progress in their studies. Consequently, this project will prevent the families from economic loss and improve the school attendance of girls, we support through the Girls' Education Project. project reportread updates from the field
Buy a solar lantern for girls in Nepal to study
 
This project will provide a solar lantern to one hundred and one girls from the poorest and Dalit families in rural Nepal. The girls struggle to study in the evenings and nights because they do not have electricity in their home. project reportread updates from the field
HELP TO BUILD A LEARNING RESOURCE CENTRE IN NEPAL
 
This project will build a learning resource centre in the Bhagawatpur villages of eastern Nepal. The centre will have facilities of a library, computer learning, life skills training, after school club, newspaper and telephone. The villages are isolated and they do not have an access to reading materials (newspapers and books) and facility for online courses. Consequently, this project will improve the reading and writing skills of the people and connect the villages with the global society project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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