Reinstalling Hope was founded in hopes of improving education and well-being for Nepal’s most impoverished public school students. Rather than fixating on a particular group or aspect of Nepali public education, our model follows an integrative approach: one which incorporates the perspective and interests of all individuals involved. At the moment, our team works intimately with three partner schools: Gorakh Nath Secondary School, Shree Champadevi Secondary School, and Shree Baghbhairab School. Our directors and officers discuss prevalent issues with teachers and students, then provide customized assistance for each school. Based on the needs and concerns presented, interventions may focus on financial support, material provision, health programs, or other forms of assistance.
Our integrative model has helped us build genuine relationships with students and faculty alike. In the past, our team has taught English classes, built school libraries, distributed clothing for needy children, organized dental health camps, and provided full scholarships for nearly 50 high-achieving, impoverished students. We have participated in school-wide sports days, sat in on teacher meetings, and shared meals with faculty members. All this has served to develop trust between the organization and our partner schools — an invaluable part of what we do.
We have also connected volunteers from all around the globe to our development projects in Nepal. The volunteers, both local and foreign, learn about the Nepali culture and education system, experience new sights and sounds, and make an impact on people’s lives all at the same time.
Our model for improving Nepali public education is backed by research on education in developing countries. Through your contributions to this 501(c)(3) organization, we are confident Reinstalling Hope will continue increasing student performance and well-being, while also supporting teachers and school communities. Beginning with our three partner schools, we hope to expand in the future, and improve learning and health in Nepali public school students nationwide. However, we cannot do this alone. We are constantly looking for people to join the Reinstalling Hope team, whether as volunteers, donors, or partners. With your help, we will bring hope back to Nepal’s most underprivileged students.