MANY PROPOSALS: 25 proposals were submitted for the Norwegian Embassy's new pilot programme 'Promoting quality of education for girls and marginalised children in Terai'. Kamla Bisht, Lena Hasle and Bhola Dahal at the Norwegian Embassy are encourraged by the high interest for the new polit. 
Photo: Helga Rognstad.MANY PROPOSALS: 25 proposals were submitted for the Norwegian Embassy's new pilot programme 'Promoting quality of education for girls and marginalised children in Terai'. Kamla Bisht, Lena Hasle and Bhola Dahal at the Norwegian Embassy are encourraged by the high interest for the new polit. Photo: Helga Rognstad

Big interest for new education pilot

Last updated: 08.09.2014 // The Embassy has recieved 25 applications for a new pilot programme entitled 'Promoting quality of education for girls and marginalised children in Terai'.

The Norwegian Embassy in Kathmandu recently called for proposals to a new pilot programme to enhance education for girls and marginalised groups in the Terai/Dhanusa.

The Embassy has recieved 25 applications for the pilot programme.

- It is very encouraging that so many organisations have shown an interest in our programme. We are looking for interventions that can produce concrete results for school children in Dhanusa. The right to education applies to all children, says Councellor at the Norwegian Embassy, Lena Hasle.

The deadline for submission of applications was 23.09.2014. New applications will not be considered.

All proposals will be assessed by the Embassy, in collaboration with external experts as needed. All applicants will receive a written response within 4 weeks of the closing date of the call for proposals, indicating whether it has been shortlisted for dialogue about further development and support or not.


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