Welcome to CanHelp Nepal

CanHelp Nepal is a registered non-profit organization working for the benefit of the people of the impoverished community, particularly in the field of education. The organization is run by a Nepalese Management Board and supported by an Advisory Board of Australian and Nepali men and women highly recognized for their management and educational expertise.It is established with a vision to provide equal learning opportunities and educational resources to the disadvantaged children of our community.

Earthquake Relief Program

2015 April Earthquake Relief Support

APPEAL TO SUPPORT THE VICTIMS OF DESTRUCTIVE EARTHQUAKE IN NEPAL – 25TH APRIL 2015 BACKGROUND This is a very heartbreaking reality that on 25th April 2015 Saturday at 11:57AM, Nepal faced very destructive earthquake of 7.8 Richter scale which took over thousands of lives around the nation and uncountable destruction of houses, cultural heritages and road. The

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Subject wise Teacher’s Training

CanHelp Nepal has been running training for the primary level teachers of our community since past 3 years. Our teachers are trained by highly qualified facilitator who holds many years of experience in the field of education. Thus, on the successful completion of 90 hours classes we are proud to announce that we have been

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Art Camp

Art helps children express their feelings and develop their creativeness. David and Carolyn Memorial Education Centre (DACMEC) conducted a 15 days art camp from 30th December 2012 to 13th January 2013 with the objective of helping the children utilize their winter vacation and enhance the children’s art skills. A total of 29 children between ages 6 to

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Computer Course

Mr. Arun Rai conducted a two days computer course on 1st and 2nd January 2013 for two groups of CanHelp sponsored children. The main objective of this program was to help the sponsored children get in touch with their Australian sponsors through emails. There were a total of 15 participants in the program. The participants were divided

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