SYLPHI FOUNDATION NEPAL
Is a non-profit, non-government, voluntary Foundation working, in tribal, and rural villages. For eight years we have worked as international teachers and social workers for three NGOs in India, with the communities, the families and the children. Now we continued our actions in Nepal
As envisaged in its mission statement, SYLPHI FOUNDATION NEPAL adopts the role of a catalyst. Its goal is to assist people in their development process and become capable enough to manage their life and environment independently.
SYLPHI FOUNDATION NEPAL tried to create the real solution to problems by challenging old problems and in search of new perspectives. This is a challenge. But it is the challenge that SYLPHI FOUNDATION NEPAL has taken up to address with firm dedication, discipline and determination.
People are totally dependent on nature and often have to face really hard times when the monsoon fails.
The issues addressed by the Foundation are:
- The well-being of the poor’s and tribes
- Environment conservation
- Women and Child development
- Work for the Aged, Orphan, Blind and Handicapped
- Development rural
- Community Health
- Local self-governance
- Sustainable agriculture through organic farming practices
- Use new techniques and new tools
- In its courses of functioning, the Foundation is associated with and undertaking need-based projects with:
- Rotary International
- Wins program
- And many such agencies
ACTIVITIES OF THE FOUNDATION
Education for Sustainable Development
(ESD) is a key element of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Its aims form one
of the targets of the Sustainable Development Goal on education (SDG 4 - Target 4.7) and it is considered a driver for the achievement of all 17 SDGs.
ESD empowers everyone to make informed decisions for environmental integrity, economic viability and a just society for present and future generations. It aims to provide the knowledge, skills, attitudes and values necessary to achieve progress on the sustainable development challenges captured in the SDGs. It also helps develop competencies that are relevant to a variety of different SDGs.
Complementary to the UNESCO guidance document -
Education for Sustainable Development Goals - Learning Objectives, this resource website/bank is designed for educators, education planners and practitioners and includes hundreds of materials and resources detailing how best to integrate ESD into teaching and learning to achieve the targets of the SDGs. You will find pedagogical resources, ideas for classroom activities, multimedia education resources and good practices for each of the 17 SDGs. The resources are structured along with three education levels: early childhood care and education, primary and secondary education.
UNESCO promotes ESD through the Global Action Programme (GAP) launched at the 2014 World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development in Aichi-Nagoya, Japan. It focuses on generating and scaling up ESD action at all levels, in all education areas, and in all sustainable development sectors. Adopted in 2015, the 17 SDGs, with their 169 targets, provide the context for further upscaling and mainstreaming ESD.
Precisely rural health advancement.
Distribution of health products during the WinS Program for classes 4 to 8.
Creation of a botanic garden
Horticulture class at our Foundation: the children will perform research and experimentation. Production of plants, flowers and vegetables, they will be responsible for putting them in the pots first and after in the botanic garden.
They will answer the development of the plants, they will deal with, it will be for them to monitor their growth, to give them water, weed, treat, prune or transplant. We will do a nursery of European plants with different varieties of flowers and vegetables with the cutting of flowers at our farm school “BIO TI FULL”.
Trees land and
How to cook French jam.
On the plot chosen for this project, we can create some ways with benches shading where students can sit to revisit, study and learn in a pleasant setting created by themselves. They could put the name on panels in front of each variety of flowers and plants while varying the colours.
In class, we would make a herbarium (drying plants) and descriptive of it on large sheets explaining the specificity of different varieties as natural, medicinal or edible and how to exploit it.
Garden of plants with medicinal virtues
Dry garden, rustic or garden balcony
The life of a farmer depended on agriculture and animal husbandry and the two depend on each other. A farmer with agriculture without livestock or vice versa cannot survive.
Livestock still plays a central role in solving the problem of poverty and lack of food.
It is very important to improve the status of the cattle, the treatment and the medical camp for the cattle.
Women and child development:
Women empowerment and prevention of child harassment.
Research study on child development in education.
The children do have not the proper importance and role in the family. Our research will contain all about the child, his labours, and his migration but essentially the education in school (infrastructure, environment, status, enrolment) efforts also needed the girl children, challenges; to give them the way of their future vocation with a good quality education, suggestions and applications measures.
This is an initiative for the elevation of families, the creation of an association with the village women whose goal is to visit each poor family, to hear them talk about their daily needs for a better life, a healthier life, and better education for their children and also better attention.
Given to this group of women of all project responsibilities, the achievement needs the village with a decision on the improvement and understanding of families listening to the projects.
Retain the school through playfulness and learning using raw materials found in the village, teach them to build and to manage themselves through a basic primary education necessary for their education, giving them responsibilities and initiatives, teaching them respect, politeness, confidence, pride, growth and success in the face and with the other, hold its place in the organisation of the village.
The SYLPHI FOUNDATION NEPAL will contribute to:
To give them the opportunity to speak of their own experience and to discover their possibilities.
To develop them to the manual dexterities in creating objects and understand the account commerce lessons
To awaken their mind towards their future vocation
To grow up and become a responsible adult
To give them responsibilities by creating their internal organisation and reward them for their assiduities
To give them the opportunities to become a substitute for the teacher through the play and encourage their work seriously
To teach them to manage themselves and build a project educative between them
To teach them to keep accounts and to invest explain to them their trade
To teach them to read, write and count and English and French with other activities
To teach them to use the computer
Receiving an education is vital for economic social and cultural development. Children must acquire basic knowledge, and then learn through primary education and also under the supervision of parents.
It will allow in to develop his personality and identity as well as his physical and intellectual abilities. Education today will pass the common principles for future generations and thus preserve the values of an entire society. It improves the quality of life and provides adults and disadvantaged children a chance to escape poverty.
It is an essential tool for all populations, a solid foundation for lifelong learning.
All children should be able to go to school, education must have good quality and objectives must be achieved.
The educational aspect and play arouse the interest of children and we focus all our efforts on education because it is the passion for sharing knowledge that drives us.
Art and Culture:
Discover our activities: woodcarving, carpentry, cabinetmaker, modelling, history of art, computer, first safety gestual, French, English, calligraphy, manual activities, songs and music, painting and all sort of drawing, tarology.
Exhibitions to promote our creations with media
No challenge is too big
For more than 110 years, we have built bridges between cultures and continents to promote peace, fight illiteracy and poverty, provide access to clean water and sanitation, and fight disease.