“Safe to Learn” is a global initiative dedicated to ending violence against children in and around schools. With a vision of ending all violence against children in schools by 2024, the programmatic and advocacy objectives of Safe to Learn are set out in a five point Call to Action. The Call to Action was subsequently translated into a set of benchmarks, which were developed based on international child rights frameworks, UN tools and minimum standards, and best practice from the field of child safeguarding. This diagnostic tool has been used to conduct diagnostic exercises in five focal countries to gauge governments’ compliance, identify best practices, gaps and priorities, and establish a baseline for tracking countries’ progress. This report presents results from the diagnostic exercise conducted in Nepal from January 15, 2020 to February 28, 2020.