of the Nepali children that enroll in school drop out before the 8th grade.
of Nepali school children in the 3rd grade can read and understand Nepali
of the Nepali population can read and write
Providing access to quality education:
by covering costs related to studying in schools with a track record of delivering high-quality education
by offering mentorship, building self-esteem and encouraging creativity
by providing scholarships to children of unprivileged backgrounds
Ensuring support at home:
by engaging with families and communities to promote the value of education
What Happened so Far?
assisted with scholarships and long-term support breaking down barriers to quality education and fostering personal growth.
We are committed to encouraging our program participants to stay on the learning journey.
NIDISI organises in-person meetings with all program participants every 6 weeks, aiming to boost creativity and self-development.
The young athletes under 17 could showcase their skills and teamwork in a competitive yet friendly atmosphere.
“Before, it was tough to find the money needed for my child’s education. The difficulties that our family faced were due to the health issues of her father. I also had to make a tough decision to leave my work to take care of him and manage the household. Our expectations for our daughter’s education journey were clouded by our low financial status. We were worried she might have to get married early and start doing household chores. Now, we don’t have to worry about paying the school fees, which has relieved a huge burden from our shoulders. She now speaks English confidently and fluently. My expectations for my daughter’s future have changed significantly. I feel like my daughter will be a nurse, as her grades are so impressive. Thanks to the program, we don’t have to worry about one of our kids anymore. The workshops have also brought positive changes to her life, and she gets all the materials she needs for her studies.”