United World Schools, Nepal is a Nepal-based charity dedicated to improving educational opportunities for the poor and marginalized children of the country. The major objective of UWS, Nepal, is to construct and manage state-of-the-art facilities in community-led schools in rural areas so that the children feel safe and encouraged to study. Since buildings are not enough for learning to take place, UWS also provides basic resources to the children and sends well-trained teachers and teaching fellows to teach in such areas under its new program, UWS Nepal Teaching Fellowship.
The quality of education is maintained by formulating a curriculum and introducing advanced technologies that allow for greater innovation in the classroom and greater engagement between the lessons in class and real life. UWS, Nepal also invests in the education of girls from marginalized communities in order to empower young women to create better prospects for themselves and their families in the future.
United World Schools, Nepal was initiated in 2015 as a non-profit organization to provide quality education in rural Nepal, where education is desperately needed, through modern teaching and learning methodology. Since our inception, we have successfully constructed 53 school buildings in Sankhuwasabha, Gulmi, and Taplejung districts, ensuring quality education for over 9000 students.
UWS Nepal is part of the United World Schools movement. Visit the United World Schools website to find out more.