Jan. 1, 2023
Finding solutions for a prosperous and developed Nepal. Reimagining Nepal with Anil Chitrakar.
Dec. 16, 2022
The leadership symposium is designed to inspire youth to take on leadership roles to drive social change, equity and justice.
[Full Video of the discussion available on Youtube]
Dec. 15, 2022
PEBL has been an ongoing learning program for Teach For Nepal (TFN) since January 2022 in collaboration with Tufts University in two districts of Nepal, Dang and Parsa.
Oct. 28, 2022
The charity movie attracted 180 individuals, including alums, Fellow parents, and champions of Teach For Nepal.
Sept. 15, 2022
The pandemic might have come with its challenges, however, with such relentless and dedicated teachers, our vision for our students will still be achievable one Fellow, one student, and one classroom at a time. One day, all Nepal's children will have access to an excellent education.
June 15, 2022
While it felt as if there weren't many things I could change about the school and the system, I also realized that there were many things I could change in a CLASSROOM.
March 31, 2022
One day while Srijana (English teaching Fellow in Dang), was taking her regular class, a male student said, “Washing clothes is a girl’s job.” Upon probing, he shared, “ I have never seen my father washing his clothes and so there is no way anyone is going to see me do it in the future”. The girls in the class seemed to be offended by such remarks. “I wanted to intervene immediately and I did but not sure if I succeeded in changing his mindset into understanding the stereotyped gender-based roles.”, shared Srijana.
Jan. 16, 2022
Our Fellows are connecting science to the community. Fellows from Marshyangdi; Ramhari Sapkota, and Sandeep Kumar Dahal are simplifying science, and showing them that the difficult concepts of science are happening in the workaday lives of the village.
Nov. 15, 2021
English for these students would not only serve as an additional language but it will aid them in providing a layer of security that will help them to make their dreams come true.
Sept. 3, 2021
“They will complete their school. But for higher education, they won’t be able to afford college. If my students are going to make it that far, they are going to have to learn entrepreneurial skills and work their way to college.”