Freedom to Learn's new 6 month cycle of teacher training has begun with our fantastic collaborative partners Edulift 😁
Over the last two weeks our team have been facilitating this year's Act on Education advocacy events in our schools. Supported by FtL staff, our students run the events, raising awareness of the problems they face, and presenting solutions that they and their teachers have devised to address those problems.
The audience is made up of people who can...
Einstein said that "Creativity is Intelligence having fun" and we know more books in our school means more nurtured creativity, adventure, imagination and fun. Can you help us fill our Nepali Libraries today on World Book Day? Make a £5 book donation at https://buff.ly/2FIUjRJ and help us fill school libraries in Nepal :0)
A very emotional farewell yesterday to our fantastic volunteers @Milly Kitcat James King. Hard work but oh what a difference you made!! The team loved having you on board 😁😁🙏🙏 thank you 🙏😊🙏
We love having committed volunteers who can make such a difference to our Nepali students. If you fancy challenging but rewarding trip...
In our school communities, female students work an average of 3.5 hours a day on top of school and homework. This is Ratnika, carrying a load of cow fodder in the morning before school. FtL's local staff support students with nutritious tiffin, clean water and advocacy groups
Morning class in Kushadevi school starts with singing an English song!
Morning walk to school for these 4 boys.
Can you guess how long this journey takes them?
....answer to follow 😀
"Investing in girl's education is the very best thing we can do, not just for our daughters and grand daughters but for their families, their communities and their countries" Michelle Obama.
Our Programmes Manager has been doing some serious shopping with a keen team supporter in Kushadevi.This is Sapana, she helped get us some serious bargains ready for expanding the 'Sister Schools' Project into more UK schools in the coming months.
Did you know there is a six day working week in Nepal? Saturday is the only actual day off. This weekend these two cheeky Shree Chetna students were working with their mum at their tea shop - and getting a few free snacks along the way!