In line with the recently adopted Global Goals for Sustainable Development, this project aims to catalyze improvements in the quality of teaching and learning at the basic education level in Nepal through innovative, transformative and contextualized pedagogical approaches. The project will strengthen the motivation and capacity of a range of stakeholders at the local level, but also at the higher education level to enable Tribhuvan University and Kathmandu University to take a leading role in establishing dynamic networks of innovative, transformative and contextualized educational programs. The following approaches will be used to realize these main objectives:

Project Schools

Shree Janahit Secondry School, Dhapcha-9, Kavre is a leading school for project intervention under KU. The school is located to the road side and it lies in between Shree Saraswati Primary School, Dhapcha 3, Kavre to the right and Shree Dhapcha Secondary School, Dhapcha 14, Kavre to the left. Both Saraswati Primary schools and Shree Dhapcha Secondary School are selected as feeder schools for the intervention. Read More

Shree Saraswoti Primary School was established in 2048-2049 B.S. The school was built through the fundraised during Deusi-Bhailo. Local community people (parents) helped to build the school by cutting bamboo, build temporary houses, roofs and fences. The parents have active participation in the construction of the school. The school was built using local resources. The school has library, office and toilets for school purposes. Now the school also has computers and a printer that was donated by KUSOED. Read More

Shree Nabin Primary School was established on January 27 th, 1985 and once it was an example school. According to the headteacher, the school started teaching the students under the Peepal (sacred fig) tree due to lack of building. The students were also taught in the cowshed, afterwards, they got an abandoned building where teaching and learning took place. Now the school has two concrete buildings, 3-4 Ropani of land (half an acre), and the classrooms are carpeted with low tables and cushions for the students. There is ample space for the students to do indoor activities in the classroom. There is a wardrobe in each classroom to keep the personal items of the students. Now, the students are under the hands of experienced teachers. Read more

The school was established in 2008. According to the headteacher, in 2064-2065 BS
(2009 A.D.), the school was announced as a model school. However, the earthquake destroyed the school building, and after that, the school has been under construction. With the support of external agents, the completion of the buildings is under 5-year plan. Read more

Shree Dapcha Secondary School is one of the oldest schools in the area; the establishment date of the school is 1929 AD. There are 170 students in total from ECD to grade 10 in the year 2018. There are 12 teachers, out of whom 8 are male teachers while 4 are female teachers. 8 of the teachers are permanent and two are temporary. The school also has one ECD teacher and one supporting staff. Currently, the school building is under construction, which is the main cause of a decrease in the number of students. Read more

At a glance


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