Although TECHRISE aims to become a self-sustaining model, at this early stage we are in need of funding to get the project of the ground. Other than the day to day operational costs, a major portion of our funds are allocated towards hiring local mentors. In order to expand TECHRISE and provide more students with the opportunities to learn, it is important that we increase the number of mentors. This would directly benefit the locals too, as we will be hiring Nepali mentors.
We are currently looking for partners that are interested in outsourcing their web development work to TECHRISE. If your company or organization is looking for cost efficient web development solutions that can also make a positive social impact by empowering Nepali youths, please contact us at [email protected].