Hamro Ramailo Kathaharu (HRK) is a collection of animated local stories and language games designed to develop emergent literacy skills and reading habit, and foster creativity and imagination in young learners. Currently available in Nepali but adaptable to any language, HRK uses audio-visuals, illustrations, and animations, combined with interactivity, to help young learners to effectively listen to illustrated stories, decode sentences and words, learn vocabularies, form words from letters and sentences from words, as well as learn the alphabet, listen to the sounds, and be guided on how to write the letters.Learn Now >>
sourced from communities across Nepal
for engaging language practice
For early learners
Stories and games designed to promote emergent literacy and early grade skills
Currently available in Nepali, adaptable to any language!
पज्जल खेल (Puzzle Game)
आमा चामाई (Ama Chamai)
म पनि सक्छु! (Ma Pani Sakxu)
म किन स्कूल जाने र? (Ma kina school jane ra?)
2019-2023 | Hamro Ramailo Kathaharu
The Early Grade Reading Program, supported by ONGD-FNEL, supports the design and development of 50 animated children's stories for Hamro Ramailo Kathaharu, sourced from various local communities across Nepal, that promote early grade reading and emergent literacy skills.
We develop free and open learning resources, designed with a student-centered approach and tailored to the local environment, to provide engaging and meaningful learning experiences for students.
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We empower teachers through comprehensive training in IT literacy, child-centric interactive teaching, and seamless integration of ICT-based instruction, utilizing practical teaching and interactive hands-on sessions.
We help schools set up low-power and affordable computer labs connected to an offline server and WIFI router, providing access to learning resources in areas with limited or no internet connectivity.
Whether a short-term event, project, or longer-term commitment, we welcome you to join the effort. Don’t hesitate to reach out with the contact information below, or send a message using the form.