We firmly believe that strong collaboration between different stakeholders is important when working towards a common cause. We take pride in fostering strong and impactful relationships with a diverse range of partners, including non-governmental and governmental organizations.
We are currently working with different partners to upgrade content on E-Paath and Hamro Ramailo Kathaharu, and deploy Raspberry Pi powered computers and E-Pustakalaya offline-servers in public schools across Nepal.
In partnership with PLAN International Nepal, we are developing Sanketik Sikai, an innovative learning platform for Nepali Sign Language. We are also deploying our E-Pustakalaya powered offline-servers and fully equipped computer labs in 15 public schools in Dolpa district, Karnali Province, comprising 10 Raspberry Pi desktop computers, furniture and a 1 KVA solar system.
Supported by ONGD-FNEL, we are developing animated children's stories and games for our Hamro Ramailo Kathaharu platform. We also developed a working prototype of a self-learning application called Seepalaya with features for personalization and tracking of learning progress, offering 6 math and science courses tailored to grades 4-5.
2018 till date LMC has been supporting OLE Nepal since 2018 to implement ICT in Basic Education and Robotics Projects in partnership with KDDI Foundation, Japan, and CItynetPlusArt, Japan.
2007 till date CEHRD (formerly Department of Education), of the Government of Nepal, has been working with OLE Nepal in its mission to improve access to quality education with the help of the use of technology as per its ICT in Education masterplan.
Supported by KDDI Foundation, we are upgrading 163 E-Paath modules for Grades 1-8 in various subjects, and implementing robotics and programming modules in 10 public schools in Lalitpur Metropolitan City which trains students from grades 6 to 10 to create their own robots using educational robotics kits and visual coding interfaces. We are also conducting training and deploying our E-Pustakalaya powered offline-servers and computers in 6 public schools in Bajura and Nawalparasi districts.
2007 till date
OLE collaborates closely with local organizations that are deeply committed to transforming and expanding open-access learning solutions. It has been working with OLE Nepal since its inception in 2007 to promote and support the improvement of access to quality education through the use of open-source digital learning content.
Since 2007 when OLE Nepal was established, we have collaborated with diverse communities, different levels of governments, and national as well as international social benefit organizations.
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.