Government of Nepal
Ministry of Finance
AID MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR NEPAL
This project is On-going.
1. Mother-tongue based Multi-lingual Education (MLE)
2. Mother-tongue based Adult Literacy
3. Research, Training & Capacity Building
1. Student attend class regularly and are better able to understand classroom instruction, using materials that are linguistically accessible to them.
2. Women regularly attend literacy classes that are conducted in their mother-tongue.
3. Data is collected on best methods and practices, as well as the linguistic composition of Nepal; and partners and community members are learning about how to implement and sustain language development projects.
1 Students in ethnolinguistic communities have lower dropout rates, learn more quickly, and score higher, integrating better into Nepali education.
2. Women in ethnolinguistic communities are learning to read and write in their mother-tongue, making it easier for them to also read Nepali.
3. Knowledge is increased for not just language communities, but the wider academic community and policy makers as well. Partners and language communities are equipped and empowered to engage in sustainable language development.
1. Students in ethnolinguistic communities are more successful students than they would be without MLE instruction.
2. Women in ethnolinguistic communities are given access to all that literacy opens up to them, from health materials, to cultural materials, empowering them as equal citizens of Nepal.
3. The linguistic situation in Nepal is better understood and language community members are themselves able to sustain their own language development needs, more fully integrating into productive national citizenship.
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