Teach For Nepal has Memorandum of Understanding with Department of Education to place Fellows in selected districts. MOE and DOE officials encourage and support the innovation and quality that Teach For Nepal Fellows are bringing to the public schools. Please visit DOE's website for more information.
One of the flagship companies of Golchha Organization, HH Bajaj started its operation in 1998. It is the authorized dealer of Bajaj motorcycles in Nepal. HH Bajaj has the highest market share in motorcycles market in Nepal. It currently has over 12 different models, which is sold through 81 outlets all over Nepal. HH Bajaj and its dealer network make financial contribution to Teach For Nepal on each motorbike sold.
Nepal Investment Bank Ltd. (NIBL), previously Nepal Indosuez Bank Ltd., was established in 1986 as a joint venture between Nepalese and French partners. The French partner (holding 50% of the capital of NIBL) was Credit Agricole Indosuez, a subsidiary of one of the largest banking group in the world. Later, in 2002 a group of Nepalese companies comprising of bankers, professionals, industrialists and businessmen acquired the 50% shareholding of Credit Agricole Indosuez in Nepal Indosuez Bank Ltd., and accordingly the name of the Bank also changed to Nepal Investment Bank Ltd. Please visit their web site for more details.
Kids in Need of Education (KINOE) was founded in 1996 by Amanda Faber, KINOE is a UK registered charity that supports the education of some of the poorest children in India and Nepal. KINOE works by supporting innovative organizations in these countries that share our values to educate children without prejudice of economic background or caste. Please visit their web site for more details.
Sahayeta is an organization created by individuals who share similar stories of hardship and struggle in America, having arrived as international students, refugees and new immigrants from the Himalayan region. Sahayeta is conceived with a vision to create a Network of Himalayan Community in the Bay Area to truly serve as a support system to those struggling to assimilate in this “foreign” environment. Please visit their web site for more details.
Anuvuti International is one of Nepal's leading advocates for Sarvodaya models of community development. Its young team works to host Shramadana camps for Nepali residents and foreign visitors and many other opportunities for transformative learning through service and reflection. Anuvuti helps coordinate the visits of our UW Global Health students to Nepal, and provides an inspirational model for applying the Shramadana methods outside of Sri Lanka.
In 2001, Rinpoche led a small group of his students on a pilgrimage to Dzongsar Monastery in Derge. During this journey, the group discussed with Rinpoche his immense responsibility to the monastery and how the flow of funds could be better managed by setting up an endowment. Rinpoche liked the idea, but he wanted to extend that flow to not just his own monasteries but to Dharma activities around the world. That was the origin of Khyentse Foundation, conceived as a collaborative effort of Khyentse Rinpoche’s students and friends to support the study and practice of Buddhism. Please visit their web site for more details.
Teach For All is a global network of independent organizations working to expand education opportunities in their countries. Currently, 38 partner organizations are member in the network. Teach For All provides technical and capacity development support to Teach For Nepal. Please visit their web site for further details.
Sarvodaya USA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to building a world of communities based on non-violence, service, and cooperation. All online donations to Teach For Nepal are processed through Sarvodaya USA. Donations in the US are tax-deductible. To learn more about Sarvodaya USA, please visit their web site.
Dedicated to provide world class education in Nepal, Kings College is a premiere Business School in Nepal. The college offers BBA and MBA degrees to Nepalese students. Kings College provides scholarships to TFN Fellows to pursue MBA degree. You can visit their web site to find out more.
Established in 1927, University of Bridgeport (UB) is one of the most diverse universities in the United States. Located on the I-95 corridor between New York city and Boston, the university offers access to world class education in undergraduate and graduate degrees. UB offers tuition scholarship to qualified Teach For Nepal Fellow interested in pursuing Masters degree in the US. To learn more about UB, please visit their web site.
ViaNet Communications is a high speed internet company that provides connectivity services to business and individuals in Kathmandu valley. To find out more, please visit their web site.
With over 250,000 registered users and over 5 million unique visitors Merojob.com is Nepal's largest job portal. Merojob.com supports Teach For Nepal reach out to potential fellows and employees through its services. Please visit their website for more information.
Situated inside the serene Gokarna Protected Forest yet only 10 kilometers from Kathmandu city and Tribhuvan International Airport the Gokarna Forest Resort is situated on what was historically the private royal hunting ground of the erstwhile Kings of Nepal. Steeped in rich historical and cultural significance the main complex of the resort is a remarkable blend of Malla and Rana period architecture. The resort sits within 470 acres of the ancient Gokarna Forest with the majestic Himalayas providing a dramatic backdrop. Please visit their website for more information.