Making Knowledge Work – Nepal (EN)

NFP – Women empowerment in Nepal
To show that the NFP makes knowledge work, we talk to the women of ‘3 sisters trekking’. This is a women-friendly trekking company established by the three sisters Lucky, Dicky en Nicky Chhetri.

 

GOAL CAMP

GOAL CAMP – A total of 33 girls and boys took part in a 5 days Community Change Project at Shree Deurali Lower Secondary School (Ramche – 4) in Myagdi district of Nepal. This project was conducted by 3 Sisters Adventure guides as part of their Leadership Exchange program.

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Reintegration of EWN Children Home

To come in line with recent government changes it is being decided that we needed to minimize our commitment to the children home. With this in mind some of the girls have returned to various family members and continue to be supported by EWN for their education.  A number of girls have gone into hostels and again continue to be supported by EWN. All the girls continue to be welcome at 3 Sisters family for their holidays and festivals and this will be their home as long as they need our support.

We thank you for your continuing support ensuring that these girls receive a good education and all the support that they deserve.

Empowering Girls: United States of America/Nepal Leadership Camp Exchange

6th March 2016: Empowering Girls: United States of America/Nepal
Leadership Camp Exchange between Soccer without Borders US and
Empowering Women of NEPAL – EWN; selected participants from both
organizations will spend time in each other’s country sharing
experiences in using both team and outdoor sports.
EWN is honored to have Western Regional Administrator, Mr. Shankar Koirala, as a chief guest in this momentous program.
We offer our gratitude to Women Win and U.S Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA) for launching an international exchange program, aimed at empowering marginalized girls in Nepal and the United States through Sport.
We are also thankful to our speakers: Muna Gurung, Nirma Rai, Shanti Kala Rai, Krishu Poudel, Kaushila K.C who shared their stories, and the participants from Soccer without Boarders US and Women Win from the Netherlands for their effective interaction and experience sharing.
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Third Session in STEM Program

“You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach them to learn by creating curiosity, they will continue the learning process as long as they live.” Clay P. Bedford
It’s our third week of the STEM Program and activities are being conducted with energy and enthusiasm at all levels. Girls are learning Geometry, Engineering (making a straw bridge) and learning the internet navigation.
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