Child Social and Financial Education, Review Meeting
LMTF (Learning Metric Task Force)
KSK (Kheldai Sikne Kendra) ; Flexible Learning Center
The KSK is a flexible learning centre where out of school children and adolescents are enrolled to provide them with a learning which meets their special needs at a time most convenient to them. The curriculum and learning materials have been prepared with consultation from CDC/ NFEC experts, UOSP practitioners based on the expected learning achievement. The course contents include eleven core areas including basic numeracy and literacy (English and Nepali), Child Rights, Social Responsibility, Science and technology, creative therapy, health, life-skills, entrepreneurship, basic stimulation. The specific objective of KSK is: • To provide literacy, numeracy and life skills educational opportunities • To mainstream children under 13 years into formal schools as per their needs. • To coordinate and network with rehabilitation centers for such children in need. • To coordinate and network with service oriented organizations that can support children interested in income generation activities.
About Samunnat Nepal
Samunnat Nepal (SN) is a national non-profit organization run by non-political social and development professionals with an extensive experience working in the field of education, social and community development. SN believes education as a key foundation for any nation’s development.
Education stakeholders capacitated with innovative solutions and strategies to promote lifelong quality learning for all
Ensured support to the government in implementing the policy for equitable quality learning environment for all children and adolescents in the nation.
To demonstrate Innovative solutions, to build capacity of partners and key stakeholders, to advocate and promote partnerships
Capacity building of the relevant stakeholders through different trainings, workshops, seminars
Integration and piloting of Child Social and...
Background and Introduction With an adolescent population of 6.4 million accounting for almost a fourth (24.19%) of the total population of 26.49 million, the adolescent population...
Teachers training on Education in Emergency (EiE)
Background: Massive earthquake on April 25, 2015 resulted with damaging physical infrastructure and loss of life. As government source 8891 people were dead and 14 districts was...
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