Girl Friendly School Sanitation Improvement Project
The ‘Girl Friendly School Sanitation Improvement Project in Far Western Nepal’ will be implemented in the schools of two municipalities of Far Western Nepal i.e. Amargadhi municipality of Dadeldhura district and Dipayal Silgadhi municipality of Doti district. The main reason behind choosing these districts is because of the extremely poor sanitation condition and to address the deeply rooted traditional practice called ‘Chhaupadi’ (isolating girls and women from the outside world during their menstruation) which prevails here. Frequent absenteeism of girl students during their menstruation has posed threat in achieving the Millennium Development Goal 2 i.e. attainment of universal primary education in Nepal.
EVENTOR is an online platform created by youth for youth.
Eventor HUB is the second part of the Eventor (online platform) project www.eventor.info. Mission of EVENTOR is that students and youth to have a space where they can find the needed information for different opportunities and events all over the world, as well as this space will be an important space which will serve different people and organizations to promote their events and opportunities.
Sampa Youth Resource Centre
Sampa Youth Resource Centre (SYRC) project will assist unemployed youth between ages 15 – 24 on the aspect of youth employment, employment creation, entrepreneurship and health reproductive education.The centre will provide appropriate skills to youth in order to enable them to meet their full potential for them to deal with life’s challenges.
Nepal Youth Forum 2013
“NEPAL YOUTH FORUM 2013” organized by NYFN under collaboration with Ministry of Youth and Sports and Youth Time International Movement successfully conducted its 3 daylong session with a theme “Youth Contributing for Peace” in the wake of the Nepal’s ongoing peace process to establish the sustainable peace in the country. It had brought about 300 youths of diverse background across the country from the pool of about 3000 applicants in a bid to explore their roles in establishing the sustainable peace and also 20 International delegates participated in the forum.
In October, 2010 in Greece, on the Island of Rhodes the first Rhodes Youth Forum took place. The Forum was initiated by World Public Forum “Dialogue of Civilizations” (WPFDC) in 2009 on the 7th Annual Session of the Rhodes Forum (www.rhodesforum.org) as an institution aimed to involve the modern youth in the analysis of the global dialogue of civilizations agenda and to develop prospective strategies for the harmonious progress of the humanity.