A series of 3 free courses on the Open University's Open Learn site, developed in collaboration between the OU and the FCDO, covering Identification, Prevention, Reporting, Responding, Accountability and Learning elements of the Safeguarding cycle.
Click here to find out more about these OU courses
Perspectives on Nepalese Education - and the role NGOs can play
10 Apr 2024: A lively discussion on the role NGOs can play followed the introductory presentation by Bil Prasad Gurung, Headmaster of the state-run Shree Jana Jyoti Secondary School in rural Gandaki, in the first of a series of webinars hosted by the BRANNGO Education Working Group
BRANNGO members: Click here to view recording / read report / see photos
Improve your Nepali language skills!
Online classes: Krishna Pradhan, a former lecturer at SOAS in London, is offering to run online, non-academic Nepali language classes for BRANNGO members. Classes of 4-5 people will have one 2-hour session a week, at a cost of £30 (£15 per hour); or a reduced rate of £22 (£11 per hour), if you only want speaking practice (ie without additional material, such as handouts and exercises)
BRANNGO members: Contact Sarah Mackaness, the EWG Lead ( if you are interested
How can British NGOs working in Nepal meet the global challenge of 2024, and beyond?
This was the theme of the 2024 BRANNGO Annual Conference, held at the Nepal Embasssy in London by kind permission of HE Mr Gyan Chandra Acharya, Ambassador of Nepal to the UK, on 17 April 2024
BRANNGO members: Click here to view presentations, notes and photos
Vocational Education in Nepal (Perspectives on Nepalese Education Series, #2)
BRANNGO members can view the webinar held on 15 June 2024 with Mr Subash Sunar, Head of Shree Jana Jyoti Vocational Agricultural College in rural Gandaki (the second in a series hosted by the BRANNGO Education Working Group)
Click here to view the recording