REED-Nepal was primarily focused in two rural districts of northeastern mountainous regions, namely, Solukhumbu and Taplejung till 2017 in Teacher Training Quality Education Program ( TTQEP) .
After adopting the new strategy (2017-2021) , we determined to change situations by mobilizing the power of stakeholders across Nepal via Quality Education, Child Protection, Environment & Climate Change, Gender & Social Inclusion, Learning & Life Skills, CFS School Construction, DRR and WASH arenas. Currently, REED is serving in 12 districts’ more than 300 schools ( Solukhumbu, Taplejung, Kapilvastu, Rupandehi, Palpa, Dolpa, Bajhang,Sindhuli, Okhaldhunga,Kavre, Dhading and Parbat) to find practical and innovative ways for children to lift themselves out of poverty as well as illiteracy and thrive. REED works with local governments and alongside with vulnerable children to end the injustices that cause illiteracy & poverty. All of REED’s work is framed by our commitment to inclusive quality education: the right to a basic education and the specific areas in which we aim to achieve positive changes. We set out our shared goals for the ‘bottom up’ approaches as they are driven by the local context and strategies.