NT: Nepal: The European Union has resolved to give Euro 61.4 million to the Government of Nepal for the advancement of comprehensive and fair quality instruction for all through ‘Supporting Nepal’s School Sector Development Plan’.
In an announcement today, EU said the Memorandum of Understanding was marked today. On the event, Shanta Raj Subedi, Secretary of the Ministry of Finance in the interest of the Government of Nepal and EU Ambassador Rensje Teerink marked the MoUwednesday.
With this understanding, EU, the Government of Nepal and other improvement accomplices through an area wide approach expanding on the accomplishment of past instruction part design would help the accomplishments of Millennium Development Goals.
The financing assention features the EU’s responsibility regarding supporting Nepal in SSDP usage to guarantee quality instruction conveyance for all kids, it said in the announcement.