Street Child of Nepal aims to create avenues for out of school and in-school children to access quality education and enhance children's foundational learning outcomes
Who we are
Street Child exists to reach the underreached
We ensure that marginalised children have access to a meaningful education that leads to improved life outcomes.
Where we work
Street Child of Nepal strives to support marginalised communities, even those in remote and challenging locations. Having run projects across six provinces, the organisation prioritises education and inclusive learning environments for children in need. It also works to enhance the livelihoods and life skills of marginalised groups through sustainable projects. Currently, the organisation is focused on using the Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) pedagogy to enhance learning outcomes and prioritize foundational education.
What we do
From building schools in earthquake-affected communities to giving the most marginalised children a chance to go to school, we believe in long-term solutions.
SCHOOLING THAT IS FLEXIBLE AND INDIVIDUALISED
Marginalised No More
Opening of the first brick factory school and providing safe and secure places for children to access education.
STREET CHILD OF NEPAL IN NUMBERS
Results of our determination and achievements so far
The number of highly marganalized children and their families who have been supported through our programme.
The number of highly margazalized girls who have be received livelihood support programme.
The number of Musahar girls who have transited to formal schools after completing ALP programme.
The number of disasters resilient classrooms constructed.
The number of WASH facilities i.e. laterine and handwash stations established.
The experience of bonded labour, other socio-economic factors, and discrimination within the community and at school combine to make the Musahar community one of the least educated groups in Nepal…