“The INTENT (Introducing a New Triangle to Educate Nepalese Teachers) Project, supported by Woord En Daad, is a transformative initiative aimed at enhancing the quality of education and living standards for Nepali children and citizens. Over a span of five years, this project intends to make a significant impact in Bagmati Rural Municipality, Lalitpur, Nepal. The INTENT Project is dedicated to fostering a positive change in the lives of students, teachers, and communities by providing quality education, promoting gender equality, social inclusion, and child rights, and creating a safe and supportive environment via the adoption of 5 pathways. The project focuses on improving the quality of education in basic-level schools, from Early Childhood Education Development (ECED) to Grade 8, and collaborating with renowned organizations of Nepal, namely, Rato Bangla Foundation, ECEC, and KISC. Through comprehensive training programs, teachers will be equipped with the latest teaching methods, ensuring they provide the best learning experience for their students. The project strives to create a child-friendly learning environment where children are encouraged to explore, learn, and grow. INTENT Project emphasizes gender equality, social inclusion, and ensuring that children with disabilities have access to assistive devices and teaching materials. The project encourages active participation of the local community, including parents and school management committees, to support and monitor school activities. By promoting stakeholder participation and documenting achievements and best practices, the project is committed to long-term sustainability and advocacy for quality education and child well-being in larger communities. The INTENT Project is driven by the belief that informed decisions, data-driven strategies, and a culture of continuous learning and improvement will lead to a brighter future for the students, teachers, and communities it serves in Bagmati Rural Municipality, Lalitpur, Nepal.”