Educate the Children works with women and children in Nepal providing literacy training, organizational development, and improving the quality of education in public schools. Scroll through the photos below to see some of our latest work.

  • Cabbage garden in Suspa VDC
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    A soil solarization technique taught by ETC; helps to prepare this soil use for nursery applications by discouraging harmful microbes and weed.

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  • Children Eager to Answer Questions
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    Students in Sujata Maskey's English Class at Sundrawati Primary in Suspa VDC.

    Sundrawati Class
  • Class Room
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    A kindergarten classroom at Sundrawati Primary School.

    Class Room
  • Children in Class
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    Students in Sujata Maskey's English Class at Sundrawati Primary in Suspa VDC.

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  • Children in Class
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    Young students in Pratima Thami's kindergarten class at Sundrawati Primary School.

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  • Girls in Class
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    Children at Sundrawati Primary School.

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  • Women's Group of Sundrawati
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    WEP Motivator Tulasa Basel works with Suntali Thami, Secretary of the Chandrajoti Woman's Group of Sundrawati VDC.

    Kindergarten Class
  • Women's Group Meeting
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    Nabajagriti Woman's Group of Sundrawati VDC.

    Women's group
  • Women Working on Their Quarterly Review
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    Suspa VDC WG Chairperson's meeting - held quarterly to review progress in WGs. Women are writing up the progress their groups have made over the past quarter and their goals for the quarter ahead.

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  • Women's Farm Leaders Meeting
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    Lalmaya Oli facilitating the Sundrawati and Sunkhani VDC Farmer Leaders annual review.

    Women's group
  • Women's Group Meeting
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    Suspa VDC WG Chairperson's meeting - held quarterly to review progress in WGs. Women are writing up the progress their groups have made over the past quarter and their goals for the quarter ahead.

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  • Teacher with her Child
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    A teacher brings her baby to the kindergarten class at Sundrawati Primary School so she can continue teaching.

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  • Women's Group Meeting
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    Suntali Thami, Secretary of the Chandrajoti Woman's Group of Sundrawati VDC.

    Reading
  • Boys in Class
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    Children at Sundrawati Primary School.

    Teacher
  • Women Suspa Farm Leaders
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    Leader Farmers of Suspa VDC women's groups.

    Women's group
  • Women's Farm Leaders
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    Sundrawati and Sunkhani VDC Farmer Leaders.

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  • Women Farm Leaders
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    Sundrawati and Sunkhani VDC Farmer Leaders annual review.

    Women's group
  • Chameli Bayalakoti Proud Farmer
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    Chameli Bayalakoti was chosen as the Leader Farmer to run a Demonstration Farm for her fellow ETC participants in Sunkani VDC. Before taking on this role, she earned 1,000 rupees per year selling produce. With her new role, she has become an agricultural trainer for fellow women's group members and sells 3-4,000 rupees worth of vegetables annually, including: eggplant, cabbage, carrots, chilies, tomatoes, and cauliflower. In a recent interview with ETC visitors, Chameli was smiling ear-to-ear as she proudly held her most recent harvest.

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