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Globally only one in eight people can read. For many people in Nepal this is just a piece of paper with black marks. We are changing that. We work with minority language groups to enable them to become literate in their own language, then Nepali and other languages and use these skills for community transformation.We believe that language based development is most effectively implemented through community-based organizations and in partnerships. We believe in networking with organizations committed to preserving the rich linguistic heritage of Nepal. We believe that minority languages have an important role in formal and non-formal education.

 
 
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Report This symposium enabled me to broaden my understand of the context of Multilingual Education (MLE) in China, Thailand, Taiwan and Hong Kong. It was also an opportunity to share LDC-Nepal experiences and develop networks with academics from the international community. Most of the 40+ participants were involved in research and 24 presented papers. I [...]

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Overview The Language Development Centre Nepal (LDC-Nepal) and Help Society Nepal (HS-Nepal) is supporting the Tharu communities to implement literacy and livelihood activities in partnership with women lead cooperative groups in Dang district. The project is empowering these communities to aware of the importance of using mother tongues in basic education (formal and non-formal). The [...]

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Overview The Language Development Centre Nepal (LDC-Nepal) is implementing a Limbu Mother Tongue based multilingual education project in partnership with Limbu Language Development Association (LiLDA). The project empowers Limbu people to learn to read and write in Limbu language and increases their awareness of linguistic rights for their communities. Our Mother tongue based multilingual education [...]

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Overview Our local staff makes regular visits to the project areas in Dang. A team from the Language Development Centre also visited the Tharu project in April to meet with local women groups and help them to continue sustainable livelihoods activities in coordination with local stakeholders. We visited seven women groups and three women saving [...]

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Overview Last week we visited the Limbu project to help out with making reading materials in Limbu and train local teachers to use them in the classroom. This is all part of our multilingual education project we run in partnership with the local education office and our partner Limbu organization in the east of Nepal. [...]

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» Empower marginalized and disadvantaged ethnic and indigenous communities to improve their socio-economic status and capacity to engage with individuals and organizations in Nepal.
» Build the capacity of other NGOs and CBOs to implement effective, sustainable mother tongue-based literacy and formal education programs in Nepal.
»Build the capacity of other NGOs and CBOs to produce materials for training facilitators/teachers for literacy, formal education, and family based income generation programs.
» Maintain a resource library of materials on literacy and language development.

 

Implementing CBOs

  • Help Society Nepal (HS-Nepal) In Tharu language speaking community.
  • Limbu Language Development Association (LiLDA) In Limbu language speaking community

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Tharu report from LDC 16 June 2010

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Limbu report from LDC Nepal 16 June 2010

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