Bahadur Social Project is a non-profit association, made up of dreamers who believe that a better life is possible. We believe that joining forces we can make a qualitative leap in education, end inequalities that are caused by caste, origin, culture, religion, sex or whatever our ideology is.

After living in a rural area of Nepal, we have identified a great problem, the low development of communities in rural areas, and a solution, promoting education as the main pillar for development.

We intend to bring quality education to government schools in rural Nepal, cooperating as advisors, with teaching staff, families, government and communities, to generate opportunities for progress and development in the most disadvantaged areas of the country, wherever they lack the means and resources to improve their situation.


We dream of a school full of smiles, of families who are not hungry and who are not impeded by adverse conditions in the field of hygiene and health. We believe that a school should be a place to enjoy and learn. We dream of a Nepal that offers equal opportunities to every man, woman or child, regardless of their sex, origin or social status.


Defend the rights of children, promoting education as a basis for development. Raise public awareness of inequalities and propose ourselves as drivers of change.


Education as a basis for development: For a society to progress we must teach the individuals that make it up to think. Education is the main asset for sustainable development.

Sustainable changes: We will also enhance the feeling of local ownership of the project, so that the improvements are maintained over time.

Local leadership: We train and empower local communities so that they can act as leaders in their own growth.

Equal opportunities: Regardless of social conditions, gender or the situation of individuals. We will count on local individuals and partners to develop the project.

Direct action in the field: We act directly at the root of the problem and follow up on projects, ensuring a long-term sustainability.

Cooperation with local communities: Our objective is to end with the dependency system towards external agents. For this reason, we train local communities so that they themselves can become agents of change and progress.