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Creating smart future though Digitization

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.

Great things are done by a series of small things

Dec. 12, 2018

If you had met me a couple of years ago and asked this question, "What do you see yourself doing after a few years? ", my response would have been, "Anything else besides being a teacher."

Building a strong foundation for children's education.

Nov. 20, 2018

In many schools in Nepal, teachers apply difficult and cumbersome processes to teach students but Teach For Nepal Fellows are bringing teaching and technological revolutions in the classroom across the country to increase skills in students.

Fellowship has changed my life in infinite ways.

Oct. 8, 2018

The last 18 months of Fellowship has been a roller coaster ride but I wouldn't trade it for anything else.

My Three months of Teach For Nepal Journey

Aug. 24, 2018

“I thought that this would just be some sort of training! But this training had so much to teach and I had so much to learn from.“

Why I joined Teach For Nepal

July 18, 2018

Teach for Nepal Fellowship was not what I expected it to be, it was a little bit more or less of a notion I had in my mind. But I do not regret my decision of joining the movement.

Using Football (soccer) to curb school drop-out

June 15, 2018

I had to do something that would lure the students towards coming to school and reduce dropout rate, a project that would bring me closer to the students especially the ones who don’t come to school regularly, a project that will ignite passion towards learning and bring all the kids from different ethnic background together.

Taking the Mission beyond the Fellowship

June 14, 2018

“Every child has a talent which is unique to themselves however not everyone is given that opportunity. Hence, at Sunsar Maya, we build that opportunity for them to explore their talent and utilize to its best capacity”. - Bikash Deshar, TFN Fellow (2014-2016) and Program Manager at Sunsar Maya (SuMa)

Inverting Traditional Teaching Method in Rural Nepal

June 8, 2018

The dreams and ambition are bountiful across socio-economic classes in rural Nepal, experience and opportunity are not. Thousands of our nation's children are denied access to quality education because the public schools do not have the resources they need to properly educate all children.

Connecting Teaching and Entrepreneurship through Mushroom Farming

June 8, 2018

Entrepreneurship education will equip our children with skills that will enable them to create and develop enterprises in the various areas in the community.

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