Oct. 31, 2019
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The staggering idea that a female teacher will take over their Science classes was beyond belief to my students at the beginning of my Fellowship. With a year-long investment both in students and in the community, I can finally be sure that one among the female students will take my legacy forward.
July 31, 2019
“Moving around in a bus will ruin a person and his life,” he answered in a heartwarming manner when asked why he likes to come to school. Maybe Prithvi wanted to change his fate and his future, perhaps that’s why he made the journey from the bus’s door to the schoolyard.Read full blog
May 23, 2019
टिच फर नेपाल को छैठौँ वार्सिकोत्सव का अवसर मा २०१७ का प्राज्ञार्थी किशोर सुबेदी आफ्नो समुह लाई प्रतिनिधित्व गर्दै समारोह मा आफ्नो दुई वर्षे यात्रा प्रस्तुत गर्दैRead full blog
Dec. 27, 2018
Nepal has gone through ten governments in the last nine years and has made some progress towards democracy. But classrooms across Nepal today look nearly identical to those 20 years ago — minus a few upgrades to the whiteboard, and sneaking texts in class instead of notes.Read full blog
Sept. 15, 2019
In an event organized on the occasion of national children’s day Teach For Nepal honored 17 banks and private corporations who supported the movement in the last Fiscal Year.Read full news
June 7, 2019
Teach for Nepal invites you to join charity challenge - a life-changing trek in the Himalayas. The 2019 “Trek For Kids” campaign offers an opportunity to trek to the Everest Base Camp (EBC), the foot of the highest peak in the world.Read full news
IT'S EASIER TO GIVE THAN TO GIVE UP.
Campaign ends on: Oct. 31, 2019
In 2014 April, I was placed as a Teach For Nepal Fellow at a school in Simle, Lalitpur. A remote village, which took about 5 hours on a local bus and over an hour of an uphill climb. A few months later, in July, results of national board examination School Leaving Certificate (SLC) was announced. Unfortunately, not a single student from placement school passed. About a year back, I learnt that one of the students, Sangita Jimba, that I and other Teach For Nepal Fellows taught at the school was selected to attend High School at United World College (UWC) in Germany. As a teacher, I couldn’t be prouder. Sangita is the first student, not just from her school but from that entire region, to get selected for such a prestigious international opportunity. Over the years, through the effort of Teach For Nepal Fellows, I have seen several changes in the schools and communities across the country. This wouldn't have been possible without the goodness of hundreds of people: ...View Campaign Detail
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.