1.   FHSP (Friends of Himalayan Sherpa People) Project, Okhaldhunga:


In the heart of Okhaldhunga district, the collaborative efforts among ‘Friends of Himalayan Sherpa People (FHSP), REED Nepal and Khijidemba Rural Municipality’ have woven a visionary tapestry of change across four schools since 2019. This transformative project, guided by the spirit of SDGs 4, 5, and 13 targets, Nepal Government’s long term educational strategic priorities and local government’s needs, envisions a future where inclusive quality education transcends learning barriers, gender equality flourishes, and environmental stewardship is paramount. Through the unwavering support of FHSP, these schools are not just centers of quality learning but also incubators of empowerment, where every student's potential is nurtured irrespective of gender, and where the seeds of ecological mindfulness are sown. This initiative isn't just about textbooks; it's about creating a symphony of knowledge, equality, and sustainability that resonates far beyond classroom walls, echoing through the hills and valleys as a testament to the potential of unity in shaping a brighter, more inclusive, and environmentally conscious tomorrow. This project has been supported from American Rotarians who are really passionate towards changes in the lives of vulnerable people.”

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2. NAFA (Nepal Australian Friendship Association) Project, Dhading:


“Since its inception in 2018, the transformative educational model schools’ project supported by the Nepal Australia Friendship Association (NAFA), Australia at Ganga Jamuna Rural Municipality's seven schools of Dhading district has been a resounding testament to the power of collaboration and dedication. The project is fundamentally focused on inclusive quality education, seamlessly integrating with the principles of ‘Sustainable Development Goals 4, 5, and 13’, the project endeavors have been an unyielding force in shaping the trajectory of education, gender equality, and climate action. By channeling resources into these rural schools, NAFA has not only facilitated access to quality education but has also ignited a spark of empowerment among girls, ensuring that the flame of gender equality burns brighter, livelihood improving, promotion of cultural aspects strengthening. Furthermore, the project's staunch commitment to sustainability resonates through awareness and resilience. As the project's impact continues to ripple through the community, it stands as an enduring symbol of positive change, inspiring us all to push the boundaries of possibility for a more equitable, educated, and ecologically conscious future.”


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3. Transforming Children into Champions (TraC) Project, Kavre:


“The partnership between the ‘Grande Social Foundation, REED Nepal and Panchkhal Municipality’ has kindled a profound transformation 5 school’s educational landscape of Kavre district. Through the dedicated funding of this visionary collaboration, five schools under the municipality's umbrella are now beacons of progress, aligning steadfastly with the objectives of SDGs 4, 5, and 13. This undertaking not only ensures a holistic and inclusive educational experience for the students but also passionately advances the cause of gender equality and environmental sustainability. By nurturing an environment where quality education, gender empowerment, and climate consciousness converge, this project resonates as a powerful testament to the potential of collective action. It not only shapes the minds of young learners but also lays the foundation for a more enlightened, equitable, and environmentally harmonious future.”


4.Strive2Thrive/America Project, Rupandehi:


“In the educational landscape of Rupandehi district, a remarkable volunteering project supported by Srive2Thrive, Ameria, has emerged to illuminate the path of learning for students within Tilottama Municipality's four schools since July,2023. With a steadfast commitment to quality education, this project has harnessed the power of online resources, bridging the gap between students and virtual learning opportunities for an entire year. Through the unwavering support from Srive2Thrive, Ameria, these schools have become digital sanctuaries of knowledge, where the boundaries of physical classrooms are transcended. This initiative doesn't just offer access to online education; it represents a broader vision of empowerment, where students are equipped with the tools to navigate the digital world, expand their horizons, and prepare for the challenges of tomorrow. As this project continues to unfold, it stands as a testament to the potential of collaboration and technology in shaping a more connected, informed, and globally competitive generation.”


5. Western Sydney University/Australia’s Internship Project:


“Since its inception in 2017, the internship project fostered through the collaborative efforts of REED Nepal and Western Sydney University, Australia, has proven to be a dynamic channel for nurturing cross-cultural connections and knowledge exchange. This partnership exemplifies the essence of people-to-people relations, seamlessly intertwining the strengths of Nepal and Australia. As interns from Australia engage in a reciprocal journey of learning, the project not only promotes a deepened understanding of each other's cultures but also serves as a platform for the exchange of best practices. By bridging geographical boundaries, this initiative has not only enriched individual experiences but has also contributed to a broader narrative of global collaboration. As it continues to thrive, this internship project remains a living embodiment of the transformative power of intercultural interactions and shared learning.”

6. BTO: Child Monitoring and Mentoring Project (Kaski, Banke, Dhanusa & Parsa):

Monitoring and Mentoring Project’ where Beyond the Orphanage and REED Nepal’s partnership approach extends to various programs aimed at supporting vulnerable children across Nepal. Through the collaboration with esteemed organizations of Nepal: RHERI, Sano Ghar Homes, and Star Children  & Kode Home, the project strives to provide comprehensive care and support to children in need. Whether it's through ‘Nawajiwan Program’, which focuses on empowering children living with families in rural areas surrounding Pokhara or Kode Home initiative, providing a nurturing environment for children in Pokhara or Star Children or Sano Ghar Homes or RHERI, the partnership’s objective remains consistent: to ensure the well-being and development of every child under partnership’s care. The partnership emphasizes not only providing essential mentorship but also fostering a supportive environment where children feel safe, valued, and empowered to reach their full potential, reflects the joint commitment to reaching children across different settings and ensuring their holistic development. Through strategic partnerships and a focus on sustainable outcomes, we aim to create lasting positive impacts in the lives of the children, nurturing them into empowered individuals ready to thrive in the communities of Nepal.