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I still see this picture of my student (Sangita Jimba) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=roN1DtAKHNI) as a memory of who she became by getting quality teachers through Teach for Nepal Fellowship. I started teaching her Mathematics when I did my Fellowship at rural part of Nepal. She got community exposure more when within 2 years, developed her personality, improved her academic and non-academic goals, got selected under full scholarship to pursue International Baccalaureate (IB) at United World College (https://www.uwcrobertboschcollege.de/en/) Germany. It wouldn't have been possible without the commitment of Teach for Nepal to upgrade quality education in public schools of Nepal. There are many children's who need support to dream big and follow the dreams they always want to follow. The photo reminds me of 1000s of Nepalese students who has curiosity, confidence, dreams, hardship, and a greater possibility in this whole world. The picture is a blink of hope for all the tea...

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Education is one of the most important part of our life. It is no secret that a good education has the power to change a life. It is the key to success. I feel so lucky that I have a privilege to get a good education since my childhood. All this credit goes to my parents who value the education and its importance in my life. But not everyone is lucky like me and not everybody has privilege to get good education like us. Once I was reading an article about the Education crisis in Nepal and I was blown up by the facts and figures. ‘’One hundred thousand students do not complete their school.’’ This means they will not have same life opportunities as other children. I was saddened by the fact. I feel like I need to do something for this but could not figure out how to do that have. On doing research, I came to know about Teach for Nepal, one of the not for profit organisation that is working on this issue. Teach for Nepal is only the organisation, passionately w...

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These students have to study about kites in their textbooks but lucky ones get to make kites themselves in their classes - a hands-on experience. However, the fortunate ones not only study or make but also get an experience of flying kites. Help Teach For Nepal reach more capable school leaders so that more Nepali kids can learn to make and fly their own kites. Help community-school-students experience the vastness of the sky. Please, DONATE.

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I was able to get double masters from international school and have gained global exposure. This was possible only because I was able to get good education during my school days. However, all children in the country are not as privileged as I was. In Nepal 98% of the students have access to primary education but only 10% of them are able to complete school education. There are two types of education system- private and public. Only 15% goes to private schools and 85% children goes to public school. However more than 90% private school students successfully complete their secondary education and only less than 30% students in public school are able to do so. Today majority of marginalized children, children from remote area, who belong to low economy background, female students who go to public school means they will not be as competent as their peer in private schools. It is extremely unfair to those children who cannot dream of a better future because they go to public schools. Thi...

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I still remember the very first day of my Fellowship Journey, I left my one-week daughter and family at home and joined the learning institute. It was a tough decision for me to make. Inspired by Mahatma Gandhi’s quote- “If you want to change the world, start with yourself”. The spirit in me always wanted to contribute to the nation, I believe change begins from the classroom and I knew the bizarre public education system of the country from my past working experiences. So, without making any delay I left a high paying job and joined the movement. The drive to change the public education system gave me the strength to step ahead and bring remarkable changes in the lives of students in terms of their academic performances, career choices and community engagement. During my Fellowship Journey, I came to encounter a major problem that I felt that I should work on was ending the discrimination between students belonging to Brahmins, Chettris, and Danuwars which is a marginalized group i...

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This campaign is to pool funds that will go towards funding education for children in Nepal. This is one cause that Anamika supports, and nothing could be a better wedding gift to them other than contributing towards a great cause.

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