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Since 10th Oct.2011 to Nov.2016 with the financial and technical support of BTF/WEI, BASE has been implementing Sangai Sikaun Sangai Badhaun (SSSB) opportunity school project in Dang and Banke district with covering 27 community schools in three VDCs. Program has been implementing with the aim to complete a quality education of ECD to grade 8 students. The 5 years project intervention was completed successfully with achieving project goal and objectives.
The final review meeting was conducted on 7-8 December, 2016 at Siddhartha Resort Chisapani. There were total 22 participants (9 from World Education Inc., 7 from BASE and 6 from RWDC). Final review meeting was conducted with the objective to share about the activities Vs achievement, facing challenges, learning and discuss about the replicable and follow up activities. During the review meeting, Project Coordinator Mrs. Seema Acharya from WEI shared the overall activities (2011 to 2016) and its impact and gapping. Program coordinator from BASE Mr. Lal Bahadur Chaudhari did the presentation about the overall activities, achievements, challenges, learning, replicable and sustainable activities under the project based on the five years plan of the project. Similarly there was point wise challenges, learning, proposed activities and other related information in the slides. The project coordinator Mrs. Aruna Chaudhary also had done the presentation about mother literacy and livelihood (MLL) components from GMUK.
Key achievements highlights of the SSSB-Opportunity School Project:
We are exceptionally contented on the remarkable progress during the implementation of programs in2015 with the landmark achievements beside the some of the natural challenges such as devastated earth quick and flood in Nepal. Having the sole vision of “Creation of exploitation free society” read more>>
Tharus are one of the indigenous people of Nepal. Before 1983, most of the Tharu boys and girls were working for landlords instead of schooling; for repaying back their parents' loan. Tharus were discriminated by so called high caste, to the attempts of social, economic, and political exploitation, this is why Tharus had been gradually migrated from Dang to Banke, Bardiya, Kailali, Kanchanpur and India. In January 1985, Backward Society Educatioin (BASE) was founded as a pioneering movement (Charpate Club) read more>>
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