Help Teachers in Nepal


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We are delighted to announce a partnership with a charity, the Pahar Trust Nepal, to send top quality teaching resources to Nepal to improve the education children receive.

The Government of Nepal invests a lot of money into education, about 17% of its budget, and has made a commitment to achieve education for all by 2015. Yet there has been no visible progress and the national average SLC (the School Leaving Certificate, equivalent to the GCSE) pass rate has fallen by 8% in a year to 47.16%.

We need your help to get resources to Nepal!

We can help teachers and schools gain access to quality resources and improve their teaching by sharing our extensive collection of peer-reviewed materials. The Trust’s experience with charity work and a strong presence in Nepal over the last 20 years makes it an excellent partner to reach those in need.

To be able to distribute over 2,500 teaching resources, consisting of over 6,000 files, and develop the required support network, we need to raise £10,000. Donations of any size are very much appreciated and all will help us closer to help children in Nepal.

Where will the money go?

100% of your donation will go directly towards developing the project. If you would like to keep track of the programme, you can sign up to receive updates by emailing support@teachable.co.uk.

How you can help?

  • Please share it on any social networks you are part of, email or tell your friend.  The more people we will be able to reach with your help, the quicker we will get resources to children in Nepal.
  • For quick and secure online donations, please visit our JustGiving page.
  • Please make cheques payable to: Pahar Trust Nepal and send for attention to Mr J H Green 11 Laurel Ave, Birch Hill Park, Onchan, Isle of Man, IM3 3JE
  • Money transfers can be made to the following bank account: Pahar Trust Nepal, Isle of Man Bank Ltd, East Region, Douglas, Isle of Man, Account No. 12611743, Sort Code – 55-91-00

Further details of the Teachable – Pahar Trust Nepal Partnership Programme are available in a separate document. Any questions and thoughts are welcome in the comments or by contacting us.

 

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