“I always loved spending time with children and enjoyed their company, and they have – unknowingly – taught me much,” writes Rama Basnet, Director of COSAN, Nepal.
While school education can be said to be the foundation to fulfilling our potential, opening the door to a horizon of possibilities and opportunities, promoting learning and social development with individuals and groups in their communities using a range of formal and informal methods should be deemed to be as important too.
Young Aarthi is an ordinary girl. Living a typically normal life in South India. Except for one thing. She is a change agent.
Asian Aid’s long partnership with BCSS in Bangladesh is entering a new phase…
This story is set in a little village in India amidst beautiful mountains and completely surrounded by endless green fields…
“The roads of Nepal definitely earn their reputation as difficult to navigate, very dangerous and after travelling on them, are likely to make you feel as if all the bones in your body have been reset to new and unusual positions,” writes Patrick Burke – Asian Aid’s Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning Coordinator.