British Council Nepal hosted the Languages in Education Symposium in collaboration with the Language Commission on 23 January 2018.
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Past Projects of British Council Nepal
The first Nepal edition of WOW was held on 17 February 2017 at the Nepal Administrative Staff College, Lalitpur, The event started at 11:00 and ran until 20:00.
The English and Digital for Girls’ Education (EDGE) programme aims to improve the life prospects of adolescent girls.
The objective of the project is to improve the classroom performance of teachers of English and other subjects in EMI settings in government schools.
Overall goal of the project was to contribute to combating the discrimination of the Dalit population, and to promote their access to economic, social and political rights.
The British Council’s Examination Reform Project (ERP) aimed to contribute towards improved education quality in Nepal through the strengthening of the national examination systems.
ETTE + was a British Council project that helped teachers of English language in the Central and South Asia region improve their language and teaching skills.
Active Citizens was a social leadership training programme that promoted intercultural dialogue and community-led social development.Through the programme, British Council brought togethe
The project’s overall aim was to support skills development in 26 countries including Nepal.
International Climate Champions is a program that works in sixty countries across the globe with young people who are passionate and committed to action on climate change.
The Global Xchange programme helped to strengthen the understanding and levels of trust between people in the UK and Nepal by increasing levels of engagement by volunteers in active globa