June 17, 2016
“There were so many things that students were not being able to understand in the classroom. But when they were taught to use the learnings in the form of puzzles, word games and pictures, they became clearer and could explain it to others as well.”- Ruma MaharjanRead full news
March 2, 2016
"मैले समुहमा काम गर्न सिकेँ । आफ्नो हातले रोबोट चलाउँदा रमाइलो लाग्यो । अब मलाई इन्जिनियर बन्न मन लागेको छ ।" - रोज लामा, कक्षा १०Read full news
Dec. 16, 2015
The recent Mini Learning Institute (MiLI), a three-day event held every three months to bring together all the TFN Fellows for enhancing their personal and professional growth, was quite different. The program that kicked off on Friday (November 7) was focused not only on aspects concerning daily classroom activities and community development for the Fellows, but also on the burning political issue of Nepal; Madhesh Aandolan.Read full news
During the Maoist insurgency, private school that I was studying was closed forcefully and we had to move to a government school. After I was moved to the public school, I experienced the disparity in the quality of education between the private and public school. Since college textbooks are all in English, I - similar to most students who come from government schools found it to be very challenging and frustrating. One question that always runs through my mind is, “why is there such dispa...View full profile
While I was finishing my Masters degree in Germany, I learned about Teach For Nepal and I started exploring the possibility of working as a Fellow after I completed Masters. Scrolling through the website, I learned many things about the education system of Nepal and I got inspired by the stories of senior fellows. It was challenging for me to decide to come back to Nepal to become a Fellow, but after talking to team members of the organization and knowing the multiple aspects of this fello...View full profile
SUJITA CHAUDHARY MEMORIAL TRUST
Campaign ends on: March 31, 2017
Life Of Sujita Chaudhary (1988 - 2015) Sujita was born in 1988 in Udayapur. She was an only daughter to her parents and sister to her only brother. She completed her primary and secondary level education in Udayapur and came to Kathmandu for higher studies. Throughout her school, she was one of the brightest students in her class and represented her school in many inter-school competitions. She was equally active in sports and had won many volleyball tournaments. In college, she was equally committed in her studies and aspired to pursue a career in science. With a Masters Degree in Microbiology, she was amoungst very few girls from her community to have completed Masters. She was thus a role model to many girls and their parents as to what a girl from a village in Udayapur can achieve, She joined Teach For Nepal Fellowship in 2014 along with 21 other young leaders. "I was fortunate than others in a lot of ways and now I want to give back," she had said during th...View Campaign Detail
Big Brother Big Sister (BBBS) is a month-long mentorship program in which youth leaders participate to organize and raise funds for an educational experience in Kathmandu for 40-50 children from Teach for Nepal Fellows’ classrooms. This year Big Brothers and Big Sisters will put together a progra...View full profile
Student clearing the room to Study, Melamchi-2,...
School Background Terse Higher Secondary School is situated in the western part of Sindhupalchowk district, Talamarang, Melamchi Municipality, Ward 2, Nepal. Terse School started as a primary school in February, 1990 AD to solve the need of education in the community. It ran classes from grade...View full profile
Katrait, Andhupati-1, Dhanusha
Katrait Village Katrait village is located in Andupatti VDC, Dhanusha, Janakpur, Nepal. It is approximately 5 kilometer away from a small city of Janakpur, Bhanuchok. Although it has accessibility by rough road network, a route for public vehicle has not been established yet. Hence, it is acce...View full profile
Teach for Nepal is a movement of outstanding university graduates and young professionals who are committed to end education inequity in Nepal starting with two years of fellowship teaching in public schools.
Teach For Nepal fellowship is a two year long, full-time paid employment opportunity. During the two years, Fellows teach in public schools and bring about academic achievement and transformative impact in their students. At the same time, they harness their leadership skills through the teaching experience and intensive development training and support.