Schools across Nepal remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but we are determined that our students will continue to learn. We have created learning packs so that they can keep up with their studies. Many people are exploring options for e-learning at this time, but our students do not have easy access to the … Continue reading Schools are closed, but learning continues
We’ve always seen parents and the community as partners in our schools. So today we arranged another relief programme for families who send their children to one of our schools: Jana Uddhar Secondary School. The coronavirus lockdown has been incredibly tough for families who rely on daily wages to earn a living. We were able … Continue reading Coronavirus Relief II – from the school to the community
CSN today distributed food relief to 70 families, whose children attend Bhanodaya Basic School. The coronavirus lockdown has left many of our students’ parents struggling, without work and unable to return to their homes outside Kathmandu. The relief packages were organised with support and funding from Sunsar Maya, an organisation that runs an after school … Continue reading Coronavirus relief
As the coronavirus pandemic sweeps across the world, Nepal too is in lockdown. Only a handful of cases have been found so far, but already the virus has had devastating impact on the poorest in Nepal, those who depend on tourism and the millions of Nepalis who work overseas. Schools of course have also been shut … Continue reading Coronavirus: our work goes on
Jana Uddhar Secondary School, a CSN partner school, has received an award as the best public school in the municipality. Our English and Science teachers also won awards for the best exam results in the municipality and CSN’s work was recognised in a further award. Congratulations to all!
CSN collects rigorous and regular data on our impact in three areas: student enrolment student attendance student learning Student enrolment has increased by 225%. The number of students in most public schools is falling drastically, as parents who can afford it prefer to send their children to private schools. However, we are reversing that trend … Continue reading Impact Report 2018-19