N.E.P.A.L. – New Experience Promoting Active Learning

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  • To increase the awareness of the importance of social development addressed to respect the fundamental social rights.
  • To promote the effective participation of the community in activities aimed to improve the health status and the wellbeing understood also as development of the cognitive, affective and relational capacities.
  • To promote educational activities with children aimed to motivate studying and learning, also, to prevent dropping out of school.
  • To encourage the Nepalese social operators the capacity building and the know-how transfer in terms of professional, management and relational skills.
  • To foster social inclusion for children with physical and mental disabilities.
  • To increase the awareness of the fundamental Human Rights, including the specific ones about children.
  • To provide National Civil Service volunteers with an opportunity for human, civic and professional growth.


  • Support the curricular and extra-curricular activities in schools involved in the project.
  • Support the local centres and manage fundraising activities for the sustainability and the transferability of the projects in progress.
  • Workshops implementation and awareness-raising campaigns on various topics addressed to students, families and local communities.
  • Cultural exchange events among volunteers and local communities.
  • Language courses (English, Italian, French) for children, teachers and social workers.
  • To write project proposals.



  • Campaign For Change-Nepal-CCN, Kathmandu
  • Societal Higher Secondary School, Baneshwor, Kathmandu
  • Mental Disabled School, Patan, Lalitpur
  • Emile Academy, Shantinagar, Kathmandu
  • Gyan Kunj Higher Secondary School, Satdobato, Lalitpur
  • Gyan Jyoti Primary school (Mental Disable children’s School) Lubhoo, Lalitpur
  • Chaling School, Bhaktapur

The project

Project Number

Date of the project

02/07/2012 – 02/07/2013

DG of reference

Ministry for International Cooperation and Integration – National Agency for Civil Service




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