SKILLS TRAINING

CHANCE for NEPAL funds and supports skills training in Nepal, one of the poorest countries in the world, to bring about economic independence and financial security – and to break the vicious cycle of poverty.

Providing training for women and teachers are priority projects for CHANCE for NEPAL. In these two areas,  important work by CHANCE aims to safeguard the economic welfare of future generations.

Skills Training Posts

5-DAY SKILLS TRAINING at SANKHU

CHANCE funds Skills Training given by WCS (Women’s Cooperative Society). This is our 12th year of funding WCS. The training took in Sankhu, Palobari, 25kms, (about an hour and a half from the city centre Kathmandu). Each training lasts 5 days. There were 28 participants who took part in basic vegetable training. Over the training

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Chance for Nepal - Empowering Women in Nepal with Skills Training

EMPOWERING WOMEN

Through SHENPEN (their partner on the ground), CHANCE funds skills training organised by the Women’s Co-operative Society (WCS) in Nepal. Learning vegetable farming skills with WCS enables women to support themselves, their family and their community and also to fund their children’s education and improve life for the next generation. In the Tamang Community in

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Skills Training - Teacher Training - Chance for Nepal Charity

Skills Training – Teacher Training

GMIN organises Teacher Training Workshops in remote areas. In the summer of 2016, 19 teachers (targeted from Nursery to Grade 3 in English) attended a five-day Teacher Training Course at Babiyachour, Surkhet in the Dang region. Teachers from the local village schools who attended the course stayed on site and learned motivational skills. The workshops

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Menstrual Health Workshop – Koseli School

The Koseli School works with children from the poorest realms of society in Kathmandu. Children from the slum areas and street children who live outside of  mainstream society.  Their biggest need is survival.  Koseli mean

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