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Annual Report 20015/16

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Project title

Jumla Education Program

Partner(s)

World Vision Nepal, Poverty Alleviation Fund

Purpose

With a focus on Dalit, poor women, the indigenous, and other marginalized communities, the project’s aim is to improve school management, make schools more student-focused and child-friendly, increase attendance of girl children in primary education, and improve education for children under 5 years.

Theme/Area

Education

Start Date

0000-00-00

End Date

0000-00-00

Coverage

Local

Field offices

Khalanga, Jumla district

Contact person

Dan Bahadur Bishwokarma, Senior Program Officer

Contact email

dwo@wlink.com.np

Contact telephone

+977-01-5130013

About Project

The Jumla education program which is supported by the Poverty Alleviation Fund is focusing their program on Dalit people, poor women, the indigenous, and other marginalized communities in the district. It focuses on four areas to increase children’s education levels. The first focus area is in improving school management and increasing education quality. Due to Nepal’s internal conflict, there is a need for positive intervention for communities that were directly impacted. The project staff ran programs for teachers on their role in education which provided school management committees with teaching materials geared to various ability and competency levels. The school management committees meet monthly to discuss successes and further improvements. Secondly, making education strategies student-focused and child-friendly was a key pillar of the program. Teachers and staff were involved in a 7-day training on child-friendly teaching methods. The project team also conducted classroom inspections with feedback on improving classroom setup. The third area of focus is on increasing girl students’ access to education at the primary level. Facilitators conducted an awareness program with parents and guardians on the importance of girls’ education and barriers which impede it. Finally, the project sought to develop education for children under 5-years. They established assistance programs for students to be taught separately based on ability level to cater to specific education needs. The program has achieved successes in particular with its ability to coordinate different stakeholders and generate investment in the program from stakeholders and beneficiaries. They reported success in generating collaboration between community stakeholders, the government, and DWO itself. Additionally, through the variety of different activities and trainings conducted, there was strong dedication from multiple parties which made implementation easier.


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