About US

In 1990, the seeds of REED-Nepal were sowed from an idea to train teachers by Gregory and Mary Lowe. Sir Edmund Hillary's Trust began their first teacher training program in 1994 with the leadership of Jim Strang.

Programs

The Teacher Training Quality Education Program is central to REED-Nepal. REED-Nepal is accredited by the National Centre for Education Development (NCED) for the Teacher's Professional Development.

About US

Working together for quality education and child-friendly environments for Nepali children

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Programs

Teahcers Training Quality Education Program [TTQEP]

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News and Events

Please follow the link for viewing currrent News letter and REED Diary

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Welcome

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Welcome to REED-NEPAL

Rural Education and Environment Development Center, REED-Nepal (which is later named from Rural Education Development Center) is a non-profit Non Governmental Organization. It is registered with District Administration office Kathmandu with the registration number 1015 / 057 and Social Welfare Council Kathmandu. It is dedicated to protection and promotion of Environment and the Education system in the rural areas. It will strive for equitable social system and opportunities for equal participation in decision making process for the betterment of the environment and for the development of the education institution and the quality education which is the need for the children of today who has to compete with those children who are educated in high technology and in a sophisticated way.

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