Education has the power to change people’s lives. We believe education is necessary for societies and people in those societies to thrive. Education opens the door to prospect jobs, opportunities for advanced education and careers. This belief drives us to support education through tuition grants, scholarships for higher education, textbook and educational materials purchases, teacher/tutor salaries or incentive support and other aid.
If you share our belief, give generously so we can start and continue funding education for disadvantaged, poor and most backward children of Nepal.
The overall objective of Education Programme is to improve the educational status of poor children and adolescents. The specific objectives of the programme are to initiate the community to advocate for support and education of poor children/student, to increase the enrolment of students in school, to increase the access of poor children to education, to change the life condition of poor children through education and to empower the households of poor children economically. Finally this will contribute to achieve Sustainable development goal (SDG -3) target- Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning.
Geographical Coverage and Targeted Community of Education Programme:
Nepal is a landlocked country in South Asia and is bordered by China and India. It is located in the Himalayas and contains eight of the world's ten highest peaks. The government system is a federal parliamentary republic; the chief of state is the president, and the head of government is the prime minister. Nepal is a member of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). It is also the birthplace of Buddha.
Target area is Mahottary district, which is among 77 district of Nepal mainly dwelt by Hindu (84%) and Muslim (14%), around 92 castes and ethnic groups of people live here. The major occupation of the people in this district is agriculture. This is considered to be one of the backwarded Terai districts. The literacy rate of this district is 46%, where women’s literacy rate is only 37% (UNRCHCO, 2013).
According to the DEO officials, the number of out of school children is significant in Mahottari. A recent study conducted by Society of Development Centre reports that 32,000 children (mostly girls, and children from Muslim, Dalit and marginalized communities) are out of school in Mahottari (Rastriya Samachar Samiti, 2016). School enrolment basic education (grade 1-8) is 73% girls and 76% boys. And secondary education (grade 9-10) is 33% girls and 37% boys. (Source: UN RCHCO, 2013). This education program will help to contribute to bridge the gap of drop out rate in secondary level by providing access to quality education.
Table: 1 Countries wise Comparison of Major Indicator
GDP per capita, PPP(USD$)
Literacy Rate, adult total(% of people ages 15 and above)
Health expenditure total (% of GDP)
Infant mortality rate(per 1000 live births)
Life expectancy at birth,tota l(Year)
Source: World Bank API, 2019