Nepal Teacher Training Innovations (NTTI) provides effective and intensive trainings to encourage critical thinking, problem solving, and self-advocacy in Nepal’s most disadvantaged schools.
These are the skills Nepal’s children, especially its girls, need to fulfill their potential in a globalized world and to contribute in positive ways to their country’s development. Our Training of Trainers (TOT) activities offer female teachers a chance to assume leadership positions as trainers.
PHASE-NTTI Cultural ImmersionProgram (CIP)
Culture, Adventure, Rural Education and Service
Dates:October 1-14, 2015
Cost: $ 2,500
NTTI’s Cultural Immersion Program in Nepal is perfect for those wishing to understand local context, culture, and history (especially as they relate to education) and to contribute in meaningful ways-both during their trip and after they return.The program offers a variety of cultural and cross cultural experiences in diverse locals: the history and culture in the exotic capital city of Kathmandu, outdoor adventures in Pokhara under the towering Himalayan peaks, elephant riding and river rafting in the dense jungles of Chitwan, temple tours, school visits and connections with villagers, students and teachers in urban and rural areas and a village homestay with a Nepali family.Visitors will enrich their own hearts and minds and have the opportunity to contribute in ways that will benefit generations of Nepalese children.
Please contact Ashley Hager for details at email@example.com.
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NTTI is fiscally sponsored by FJC, a 501(c)(3) Public Charity.
NTTI is an essential part of the education program of PHASE Nepal, a Nepal-based NGO that aims to improve access to and quality of education and health services as well as livelihood opportunities in remote rural Nepal. – Helping vulnerable Himalayan communities to break the cycle of poverty and work towards a self-sufficient future.