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F-Skill Pvt. Ltd. started as a project of HELVETAS Nepal, funded by Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) in 2002. The project period lasted till 2006, after which F-Skill project transformed into F-Skill Pvt. Ltd.

With the F-Skill project, the mobile training model was able to be replicated throughout Nepal through the franchising concept wherein private training providers were mobilized to deliver training as franchisees of F-Skill.

While the franchising model continues till present, F-Skill has started implementing training services directly in all locations throughout Nepal. These include projects: EVENT/World Bank, EF-SR/HELVETAS, SABAL/Save the Children.

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Official Updates
Computer Training started in Sindhupalchok
Mon, 18/09/2017

220 hours computer operator training was started in Chautara- Sangachokgadi Municipality – Sindhupalchok for the project “Vocational and Entrepreneurship Development Training”.

Product showcase by participants of Beads, Pearl and Crystal maker training at Dhading
Thu, 24/08/2017

On 22 August, 2017 our participants of Beads, Pearl and Crystal maker training exhibit their products at “Teej Mela” in Dhading.

Successfully Completed the District Level – Stakeholders Meeting in Sinduplachok
Thu, 10/08/2017

F-skill successfully conducted the district level stakeholders meeting for the project – Provision of Vocational and Entrepreneurship Development Project to Returnee women migrant workers and survivors of trafficking victims.

Opening of Crystal and Gem Stone Training in Dhading
Tue, 25/07/2017

In order to promote Women Empowerment, Livelihood and Entrepreneurship
F-Skill cordially started its 1st Training – Crystal and Gemstone training in Dhading,for the project The Future We Want : Creating Sustainable Foundations for Addressing Human Trafficking and Unsafe Migration of Women and Girls in Nepal” (FWW). FWW is a joint project of UN Women and International Organization for Migration (IOM) funded by Zonta International. 

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