Established in September 2007, OLE Nepal is a Kathmandu based Nepali not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving quality and access in Nepal's public education system. It seeks to fulfill this mission by developing and disseminating high quality open-source information and communication technology (ICT) based educational teaching and learning materials that are accessible and available free of cost to all. It seeks to integrate ICT based teaching-learning approaches into the regular school curriculum and mainstream pedagogy. Some of the projects it has launched are e-Paati (a collection of digital education materials such as text, images, audio, and animation prepared by OLE Nepal for teachers and children), and e-Pustakalaya (an education focused electronic library containing books, full text documents, images, videos, audio clips, and educational software meant for teachers, school aged kids, general readers and researchers). NLF financed OLE's E- Pustakalaya initiative. The e-Pustakalaya is available on-line. In collaboration with NLF, in 2010 OLE will host E-Pustakalaya in Society for Kathmandu Valley server.
The POA Educational Foundation was established in 2002 as a registered Canadian Private Foundation with charitable status by a successful Canadian entrepreneur, Aditya Jha. The Foundation takes special interest in nurturing prosperity and financial independence amongst Canadian First Nation communities and individuals. The Foundation supports projects in Southeast Asia based on three distinct values: the promotion of accessible and high-quality education, the nurturing of entrepreneurship, and the strengthening of global civil society and governance. The foundation has been a strong supporter of Nepal Library Foundation since its establishment and was one of its first donors. The NLF's project to provide digital access to ten schools in Kathmandu was supported by the Foundation.