Nepalese students are unable to excel in innovation and creativity due to inadequate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) equipment. The average score of Nepalese students in Science is at 44%. One of the reasons for this is that many rural schools do not have adequate resources. As a result, students find STEAM education difficult to grasp. If students get access to STEAM materials and practical education, they are inspired to choose STEAM subjects as a career.


Educational kits are needed in the following areas:
$20.00 physics: $25.00 chemistry; $30.00 energy; $40.00 mathematics; and $50.00 astronomy. $100.00 will provide for a compound microscope, a DNA model and a paper skeleton model and $150 is needed for one set of three-in-one robots.