Our philosophy is based upon providing quality, child-centered,violence-free educational opportunities to as many Nepali children as possible, regardless of age, gender, religion or caste.
CLCR AIMS TO EMPOWER INDIVIDUALS WITH THE SKILLS AND OPPORTUNITIES TO LEAD A MORE FULFILLING LIFE.
We have now established a CLCR branch in Nepal as a further NGO body (CLCR Nepal) to extend our reach and further our opportunity for positive intervention into thelives of underprivileged children.
Through executive governance, project implementation, skills training/ capacity development and specific programs, CLCR aims to empower individuals with the skills and opportunities to lead a more fulfilling life.
"Creating Opportunity through Education"
The Centre for Learning and Children's Rights (CLCR) is an Australian, international not-for-profit organisation that delivers educational and humanitarian projects in Nepal.
Over 97% of all money donated is spent on the school, its students and development initiatives.
Impact in Nepal throughout years of operation-2006-2016
CLCR Package Project
"Declaration of Geneva"
In 2009 CLCR Nepal was established as a registered not-for-profit, non-government organisation and an extension of CLCR Australia and its Nepali activities.
Heartland in its short and long term activities; our vocational and teacher training programs; our local in country Community Partnerships; and look to extend CLCR's activities to other areas of the country where quality education is desperately needed.
Contact with our CLCR Nepal team, our Presidents details are belowMR Man Bahadur AleEmail Address: email@example.comNepali Mobile and office contact: 977-1-98510 04432
We are a community-based not-for-profit organisation, run entirely by volunteers. We greatly appreciate any type of support that you can give, either as an individual, group or organisation.
As a volunteer, my stay was short but, due to the willingness and determination of the staff, I was able to pass the knowledge of current teaching and learning methods and issues.
I enjoyed my stay in HA to a level that my initial two month plan became five and my planning for a meaningful experience was fulfilled thanks to the wonderful people I met in and outside of the school.
As I reflect on my time here, more than anything, I am filled with admiration for the work these people are doing here and the very obvious and immediate benefits I can see the students enjoying.
The Heartland School is a very impressive organisation with strong roots in the local community of Bafal, Kathmandu, Nepal. We were very impressed with the quality of education at Heartland and the friendly atmosphere amongst students and teachers.
I can't hope to properly express my gratitude for you allowing us into your amazing school. . It's an unbelievable school with an atmosphere that encourages creativity and a love of learning. I feel very lucky to have spent those days at Heartland, and I could've only wished to have been able to stay there longer
The Centre for Learning and Children's Rights (CLCR) is an Australian, international not-for-profit organization that delivers educational and humanitarian projects in Nepal.
Our philosophy is based upon providing quality, child-centered, violence-free educational opportunities to as many Nepali children as possible, regardless of age, gender, religion or caste.
It is our aim to influence educational methods used throughout Nepal via use of the most up to date educational practices from Australian schools, organisations and universities we partner with, so as many Nepali teachers as possible will experience and understand that there are progressive teaching practices, and student management methods, that are available and easy to implement