Open Learning Exchange Nepal
We hope you enjoy this edition of Open Learning Exchange (OLE) Nepal Newsletter, a bi-monthly email newsletter from OLE Nepal. It provides current news and information about the organization and its activities and will keep you up to date with OLE Nepal's work to provide high quality education for children in Nepal.

Looking back at 2012

OLE Nepal had yet another eventful year in 2012. We would like to thank all our partners, supporters and well-wishers for helping us in our endeavour to make quality education accessible to students all over Nepal. Read more

Celebrating Five Years of improving access to quality education

OLE Nepal celebrated its fifth year anniversary on November 25, 2012 with a program that brought together institutions and individuals who have played key roles in its endeavour to improve access to quality education in schools across Nepal. In his welcome address, Chair of OLE Nepal's Board of Directors Mr. Mohan Das Manandhar highlighted the organization's many achievements that set the stage for a major transformation in Nepal's education system.Read more

Training teachers

In response to the feedbacks received from teachers, OLE Nepal has added a session in the seven-day initial training as well as the refresher training where teachers work together to prepare a chart linking the digital content, E-Paath, with the curriculum and textbooks. Read more

Program launch and support

The launch of our program in schools entails a lot of background work; one needs to ensure all the laptops are tested and installed with necessary digital activities, the chargers are all functioning, the servers are configured and loaded. Read more

E-Pustakalaya News

OLE Nepal's team installed and launched E-Pustakalaya in three more schools, and gave orientation to teachers, students and community members on accessing the resources in this offline repository. These three installations have made the digital library accessible to over 2500 users in the schools. Read more

Community Voices:

Parent from Selaling Primary School, Dadeldhura "Now that our children have laptops, they have started to show interest in studying on their own. Before, we had to keep telling them to study." Read more

Interaction program at Dadeldhura

An interaction program was held in Dadeldhura District Education Office on December 31, 2012 at the end of a three-day training program for new teachers from Dadeldhura and Doti program schools. School Management Committee (SMC) Chairs and Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) Chairs from all eight program schools from the two districts participated in the program. The Chief District Education Officer from Dadeldhura, Mr. Khubi Ram Adhikari and Lalbabu Mishra, program staff from WFP Dadeldhura Sub-Office also attended the interaction program.Read more

Staff Corner

Warm air rises. Nobody thought of that; not even I. I was in Mustang, assisting the facilitation of a science training on nutrition, agriculture and gender equality. A trainer from CDC, a member of our small group, was explaining a method called POE - Predict, Observe, Explain. Read more

What does it take to be OLE Nepal's ambassador?

If you believe that the work we are doing is contributing towards providing access to quality teaching and learning materials to disadvantaged kids in Nepal and want to be a part of this effort please contact us at Let us know how you want to take part in this endeavour of improving access to quality education in public schools in Nepal. If you have not already, please visit us at and learn more about us.Read more

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Looking back at 2012»

Celebrating Five Years of improving access to quality education»

Training Teachers»

Program Launch and Support»

E-Pustakalaya News»

Community Voices»

Interaction Program at Dadeldhura»

Staff Corner»

What does it take to be OLE Nepal’s ambassador?»

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