Hamro Ramailo Kathaharu

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.

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50 stories

sourced from communities across Nepal

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7 games

for engaging language practice

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For early learners

Stories and games designed to promote emergent literacy and early grade skills

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Multilingual support

Currently available in Nepali, adaptable to any language!

Featured Stories & Games

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पज्जल खेल (Puzzle Game)

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आमा चामाई (Ama Chamai)

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म पनि सक्छु! (Ma Pani Sakxu)

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म किन स्कूल जाने र? (Ma kina school jane ra?)


Current Projects

Digitally Enhanced Early Reading Program

April 1, 2019 - Dec. 31, 2023

The Digitally Enhanced Early Reading (DEER) Program, a collaborative effort with ONGD-FNEL from 2019 to 2023, aimed to promote promote emergent literacy and early-grade skills in the Nepali language through locally relevant and contextual animated children's stories, and interactive games. The project focused on sourcing local stories from diverse communities across Nepal, creating a rich collection of 50 local stories in the Hamro Ramailo Kathaharu (HRK) platform, complemented by seven interactive games. The project also conducted dissemination campaigns and teacher training sessions in 38 schools across 11 districts, leveraging activities from our other projects. These efforts included dedicated sessions in 7 schools for hearing-impaired learners, ensuring the inclusivity of our educational reach.

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Empowering Local Communities through Local Language Education and Skill-Based Training

Jan. 1, 2024 - Dec. 31, 2028

The LLEST Project targets two critical educational challenges in Nepal: the shortage of learning materials in local languages for early childhood education, and the lack of quality resources for skill-based training in rural areas. The project aims to enrich early learning with interactive stories in various local languages, while also enhancing vocational training accessibility through digital courses, focusing on bridging educational gaps in underserved communities.

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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.

Thank you for contacting us. We will get back to you as soon as possible. If you have further comments, you can also contact us directly at info@olenepal.org.