TaRL in Nepal

Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) for learning recovery in Nepal

Given the learning losses caused by COVID 19-related school closures and economic shocks, Nepal has to move quickly to support learning recovery. One promising approach is to implement Teaching at the Right Level (TARL) interventions as soon as schools re-open. This pilot intervention which started from October 2021 to March 2022 was implemneted in 64 schools of three different palikas (Ganeshman Charnath Municipality, Tripurasundari Rural Muncipality and Siddhakumakh Rural Municipality) of three different provinces (Madhesh Province, Bagmati Province and Karnali Province) of Nepal.


The World Bank provided financial support for this pilot project and Street Child of Nepal was the lead partner to implement this pilot. This pilot project utilized Street Child’s expertise in delivering TaRL in community schools in Nepal. Street Child further worked with partner AASAMAN Nepal, a leading NGO in Nepal which has been delivering education programs throughout the country. 


Pratham Foundation, India supported this pilot as a technical partner and has provided vital support prior and during implementation. After implementation of project for 10 weeks, there was remarkable progress in learning level of the students and helps to improve the foundational reading and mathematics skills of the students.


Our Work Resulted In:

Programme was implemented in 64 Schools from 3 Palikas , (Tripura
Sundari Rural Municipality, Dhading- Bagmati Province, Ganeshman Charnath Municipality, Dhanusha-Madhesh Province and Siddha Kumakh Rural Municipality, Salyan- Karnali Province) 

No. of Schools Reached
Students directly benefitted from TaRL class.
Teachers and external volunteer teachers trained