Education  Nepal Project #52539

Education in Nepal

by GVI Charitable Programs
Education in Nepal
Education in Nepal
Education in Nepal
Education in Nepal
Education in Nepal
Education in Nepal
Education in Nepal
Education in Nepal
Education in Nepal
Education in Nepal
Education in Nepal
Education in Nepal
Education in Nepal
Education in Nepal

Thankyou for your generous contributions to our Education Program. Your support has made an impact on both educators and their students.

Your donations have helped provide resources to support to teachers who are working to shape young minds. Through this program, we aim to continue to support teachers and students with the resources they need to create a positive, engaging learning environment. Learning resources such as cue cards, games, posters and books and all help students to grasp concepts more effectively.

The physical environment of a school plays a vital role in creating a positive learning atmosphere. Thanks to your support, we have been able to make  improvements to enhance the learning environments in schools. Painting has transformed classrooms into vibrant learning spaces. These improvements help revitalize the school environment and inspire a sense of pride among students. We aim to continue with these refurbishments at schools that are in need.

School improvements can also take the form of sports facilities. Another project we worked on was to build a volleyball court in partnership with a school. This provides a great facility for students and the community to build physical skills and have healthy and active life styles. Volleyball courts support not only the current students but groups of students in years to come.

It is through the collective efforts of our donors that we can bring about change and address the resource challenges in the education system. We thank you for your support.

We look forward to keeping you updated on the progress and impact of our project Together, we are making a difference.


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Thanks as always for your wonderful support of our education project in Nepal.

Education happens on so many levels.  We support both adults and children in small groups and larger workshops to develop their skills. We also support the development of resources that can be used as tools for learning.  Importantly, our project team can also learn a lot from the community and this learing can ensure programs are relevant and appropriate for the learners.

The community has identified learning English as a particular need.  This makes sense, it can help with employment in the tourism sector, broaden opportunities for education both in Nepal and overseas and can open the door to learning further languages as well. 

Another area that communities have identified is health education. We have some exciting work happening here.

Our team has spoken to schools and community members to see what their needs are,where they need support and what they would like to know more about. They've also looked at the school curriculum to see what the health focusses are at the various year levels.

We are now planning workshops where we can teach the teachers and the students about health topics.  The important step here is that by running workshops with the teachers, teachers are then empowered to run the workshops with the students, not only this year but in the years to come with their new classes.  To support this we are working together to produce booklets that will be a guideline for teachers for their lessons.

The more information we have about healthcare, the more we informed we can be to make decisions and also work from a place of prevention rather than reaction.

Your support can helps us with valuable resources for this project to ensure a sustainable and productive learning model is in place for health education.

We are excited to bring you the next chapter of our health education work, keep an eye out for our next report. Thanks for you ongoing support-it's appreciated.

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Thank for your ongoing support for our Education in Nepal project.  

Our project focusses on improved resources, positive learning environments and learning experiences for children.

Celebrating National Children’s day was a highlight of the quarter. It is a time to acknowledge the importance of education for children and the right to play, explore, socialise and have fun. All aspects of healthy development and learning.

We have continued our work in improving school facilities. Recently our team renovated two  classrooms at a partner school.  This included a class mural of the Himalayas. Improving the learning environments for the students and their teachers means a comfortable, safe and stimulating learning environment.  This supports students' capacity to learn and provides teachers with a more positive workplace.

We have also continued our work with making and repairing desks for schools. The desks seat two to three students and have storage underneath for books and other belongings. This means students can store their materials safely and they are not tripping hazards in the classrooms. It also allows for easy access to resources during classtime. A classroom with ample seating for students is important. It is far easier to concentrate when you are not sitting on long bench seats or teachers trying to manage with a limited number of desks.

Our project also includes small group support for students.  This means that students receive additional support and guidance for their learning.  This is particularly crucial since school time has been so disrupted in recent years. Supporting students with their learning is helpful to both the teachers and students.  

We thank you for your ongoing support for this project. We are delighted to see schools getting back to normal after a challenging couple of years and are keen to support schools wherever we can.

We look forward to providing our next update.  

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This is the season for the new school year in Nepal and after a very disrupted couple of years due to the pandemic, a consistent and successful school year is important to the learners as well as teachers and families. 

One of the keys is a safe and healthy learning environment. There is no doubt that an inviting and stimulating environment is conducive to learning.  It helps makes school a great place to be. 

Your support has contributed to improvements to school environments. Refurbishments include, thorough cleaning, patching and repainting. Painting gives the classroom a fresh clean look. Some schools have requested education-based murals to make the learning environment stimulating and professional. Teachers and learners appreciate these developments in their schools as does the wider community. 

School desks are also a way that the Education in Nepal project is supporting schools. Stable desks with space for storage create more space in a classroom and mean that students' books and stationery can be stored and accessed efficiently. Schools are often keen to have additional storage and so shelving can be made for classroooms.

A further aspect of our program has been tree planting in schools. Bringing nature into the school environment is beneficial to the whole community.  It also draws attention to the benefits of tree planting in countering climate change, and helps students to learn about caring for plants as they grow and develop.  In the longer term, trees produce shade during the hotter seasons.

Aside from the benefits to the school environment, the Education in Nepal project also supports small group learning support for students and the development of educational resources for classrooms. After a very disrupted couple of years any small roup support is beneficial to both students and teachers. 

We really appreciate your ongoing support.  Throughout the world education systems have particularly faced challenges in the past couple years and it may take many years to recover. It is vital that schools provide a routine, stable and environment where they can ad that students remain motivated to learn and develop. 

The Education in Nepal project strives to support schools where they can. Teachers and students benefit from your ongoing support and with continued effort we can help bridge the gaps that have accured in disrupted learning.

Thank you 

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Education in Nepal    Nov 2021

Education across the world has been harshly hit by the pandemic.   Inger Ashing, CEO of Save the Children, said, 


“This pandemic has already caused the biggest global education emergency in history, and the increase in poverty will make it very hard for the most vulnerable children and their families to make up for the loss”.     She called on support from National governments and the international community to support.


Our project strives to support education in Nepal.  We promote learning opportunities for children and adults and work to improve learning environments.   


Let’s take a look at some of the ways our project is taking action particularly in a time where students have missed so much learning time.


School Refurbishments

Schools and other learning facilities have ongoing needs  Repainting, repairs, and general maintenance can be costly and are not always a priority, A well kept and stimulating environment is beneficial to students.  Your support means that we can work with the local community to make improvements to schools and centres.  Classrooms, bathrooms and the school grounds can be refurbished as part of the programme.



Educational resources are also where we can support. This includes materials to promote curriculum areas including art and sports. Resources that can help teachers to explain concepts and can be displayed in classrooms for reference. Extra resources can also make learning more interactive. A range of books as well as shelving to display these resources are ways that we have worked together with schools to improve their learning materials.


Workshops for teachers 

Facilitating Workshops for teachers means that we promote an environment to share ideas, It has been a challenging time for teachers.  They feel a responsibility towards student learning but students have missed large chunks of classroom time.  Continuity has suffered. Teacher workshops can build camaraderie, be a forum for sharing ideas and be a great platform for learning new things.  New ideas can be brought to the classrooms with a positive impact on children’s learning.


Community workshops for women

The benefits of networking and interaction of women in the community can not be underestimated.  Lockdowns have meant many feel isolated and getting community workshops back on track is a positive way we are able to support communities.  Women continue to be enthusiastic about learning English and love the opportunity to attend regular classes.  The added benefit is they can help their children or grandchildren with their English lessons too! English is not the only topic we cover in workshops.  Health and areas of general interest also make it onto the ‘needs’ list.  But most of all, it is a great opportunity for socializing and interacting with others.


Thank you for your support

We appreciate your ongoing support for the education project.  We are able to reach a wide range of community members and ensure we support learning programmes to get back on track after a  challenging couple of years. School-age children, as well as adults, need access to educational opportunities. 


 I refer to Inger Ashing’s speech again who said    “We cannot afford to let a whole generation of children become victims of this pandemic.”   


 Our programme will continue to support education whether it improving learning environments, supporting teachers or contributing resources can all help.

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GVI Charitable Programs

Location: The Woodlands, TX - USA
Project Leader:
Steve Gwenin
The Woodlands , TX United States
$386 raised of $11,000 goal
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