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Concern For Education (CFE)

Loo Niva Child Concern Group together with Interpedia Ry. with financial support from Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland have been running Concern for Education Project in four villages : Ajaymeru, Samaiji, Mastamandu and Ganeshpur of Dadeldhura District, a far western district of Nepal. The project aim to contribute on the improvement of enrolment, retention and progression of children in 24 schools of project area through improving quality of teaching learning practices, provision of...

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Education Support Program (ESP)

In 2005, Loo Niva started an Education Support Programme providing scholarship with 36 children in the surrounding five Lalitpur and Kathmandu VDCs . Currently, in 2014 , 257 children of 21 public schools from 11 different VDCs in Kathmandu Valley are directly benefiting from the ESP. The programme is financially supported by Interpedia, Finland through the individual scholarships (the Finnish sponsors). The overall objective is to be committed to the cause of establishing the right to...

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Promoting Inclusive and Accountable Schools(AISP)

Inclusive and Accountable Schools is a cooperation project of Loo Niva Child Concern, Patan Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) and Interpedia Finland Ry. The project, running from 2017 to 2020, works in South Lalitpur, which suffers from a low rate of public schools and was hard hit by the earthquakes in the spring 2015. This project builds on previous co-operation between Loo Niva and Interpedia, with a new partnership with Patan CBR adding expertise in children with disabilities. Previous...

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Volunteers and Youth Development

Loo Niva has been giving opportunity and working together with the volunteers and interns for the development and benefit of the both parties. In the year 2014 , 20 intern students of social work completed their internship and contributed new ideas, energy and supporting event activities. The village youths are given trainings and also works with the local youth clubs and organizations . It also receives volunteer from Finland through ETVO program. The two Finnish volunteers from ETVO...

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