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Together with Rato Bangala Foundation and Rato Bangala Kitab, the School strives to spread the Rato Bangala Method of learner-centered practice and advocates for quality education in schools all over Nepal.  
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Sister Organizations


Transforming Communities through Quality Education 

Rato Bangala Foundation

To bring the Rato Bangala experience to a larger community, the Rato Bangala Foundation (RBF), a not-for-profit organization, was established in 2002. The RBF collaborates with the Bank Street College of Education in New York and Kathmandu University to run accredited teacher-training programs, the one-year Primary Teacher Training Programme (PTTP), which leads to the Post Graduate Diploma in Education at Kathmandu University. RBF also provides the 10-month Skill Development Training for Primary Teachers and the three-month Child-Centered Learning Level One Training. RBF provides the opportunity for the professional growth of RBS teachers by being trainees, trainers, and advisors.

RBF received the Hamdan Bin Al-Maktoum Prize for Outstanding Practice and Performance in Enhancing the Effectiveness of Teachers from the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) in 2012.

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Believes in developing a culture of reading                                               

Rato Bangala Kitab

Rato Bangala Kitab believes in developing a culture of reading by creating attractive, relevant, and enjoyable books for children.

Rato Bangala Kitab (RBK) is a publishing house of children’s literature established in 1995 to address the critical shortage of good-quality children’s literature in the Nepali language. Rato Bangala Kitab runs the biennial children’s literature festival entitled Bal Sahitya Mahotsav, which is growing into a movement for promoting a reading culture.

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