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Project title

Promoting quality and inclusive education for out-of-reach children in Nepal

Partner(s)

Managed by Volunteer Service Overseas (VSO) and funded by European Union

Purpose

to improve the quality and inclusion of education for out-of-reach children from the most marginalized and disadvantaged communities in the three target districts.

Theme/Area

Education

Start Date

2010-03-00

End Date

2014-08-16

Coverage

National and Local

Field offices

Bhairahwa Municipality, Rupandehi District

Contact person

Ramsuvak Harija, District President

Contact email

dwo@wlink.com.np

Contact telephone

+977-01-5130013

About Project

369 children, containing mostly girls, were enrolled and retained in the schools through 9 months long Accelerated Learning Program classes (ALP) which took place two times during the project period. In the beginning, children were identified through out of school survey and visit of local staff. Similarly the mothers of out-of-school children were empowered through the training and regular meeting. Guardians were motivated and committed to enrolment and retention throug various meetings, interaction and regular household visits by the local staff. There has been increased involvement in the school by the community people specially the mother of ALP graduate. Guardians and local community were trained on the anti-discrimination, child rights and disability. Similarly, 797 out-of- school children were integrated into the formal school system through different kinds of activities. Parents of children enrolled in the 24 schools are committed to support their children’s education irrespective of the level of wealth they have. However, some of the poor family face challenges to send their children on the regular basis. There has to be livelihood support for poor so that they will continue to support children’s education in the long term as well.


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