FACEBOOK
Youth Initiative Nepal What it takes to be a successful entrepreneur? We advise you to look at this video.
https://www.facebook.com/influencivecom/videos/1082579288465029/
Youth Initiative Nepal shared Influencive's video.
02.05.2016 at 12:52 pmLike
Youth Initiative Nepal Wise words by a wise man.28.04.2016 at 12:15 pmLike
Youth Initiative Nepal Youth Initiative in collaboration with US Embassy to Nepal conducted a series of activities under the theme of “Empowering Girls through Soccer” in Nepal. The program started on April 4th and ended on April 8th 2016. Along with two US envoys (Lorrie Fair and Tracy Noonan) through Sports United, the program aimed to explore the situation for girls/women in the country as sportswomen and how can male play constructive role in it. The participants really enjoyed their sharing of experience as well as their expertise. Please find the link below to listen to them along with Ms. Sabeena Karki (Kantipur Television Journalist): https://soundcloud.com/sabeena-karki-359532492/world-champions-lorraine-tracy-on-capacitating-nepali-cheli?utm_source=soundcloud&utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=facebook28.04.2016 at 09:42 amLike
Youth Initiative Nepal The best is yet to come. Always be optimistic.27.04.2016 at 12:09 pmLike
Youth Initiative Nepal On the anniversary of Earthquake (Baishakh 12) which shook the nation claiming around 9000 lives, thousands livestock, hundreds and thousand of shelters (including schools and health centers), Youth Initiative conducted an innovative program at Basantapur. A team of Smart Club (a platform of Youth Initiative to develop public speaking, debating and other personalities) conducted a shadow demonstration.

The team displayed a white cloth of length 7 by 10 feet. It was not a signature campaign but a shadow demonstration. Behind the cloth, people volunteered to express their feeling during and after the earthquake; and others could see them in front of the curtain. There were three major objectives of the demonstration:
1) To help people vent out (let out) their emotions still left a year ago.
2) To remind everyone that we still have lot to do for the earthquake survivors.
3) To symbolically pressurize the government to act quickly on it and not just leave the earthquake victims in the shadow.

While uncountable number of people observed this demonstration, 11 female and 10 male participated in the demonstration directly, Nepali and Foreigners.

Please also check the link to the picture which was taken by Gavin Gough. Thanks to Gavin Gough for the photos.
https://www.facebook.com/gavingoughphotographer/photos/a.10150388312937488.373823.186077152487/10154040924407488/?type=3&pnref=story
Youth Initiative Nepal added 2 new photos — with Tank Khanal and 39 others.
26.04.2016 at 06:20 pmLike
Youth Initiative Nepal Youth In Integrity Building
“Corruption has impeded the nation” this might be our very first statement when we are to blame for nation’s underdevelopment. No doubt corruption holds a significant contribution for fostering Nepal’s underdevelopment. But had we ever thought of if citizen monitoring could act as a check and balance mechanism to reduce intensity of corruption. More importantly have we been pondering along the role of youth in mitigating corruption? Well this seems quiet competing can youths and corruption mitigation goes hand in hand?
To read the complete article click the link below:
http://youthinitiative.org.np/youth-in-integrity-building/
25.04.2016 at 11:10 amLike
Youth Initiative Nepal Baishakh 12, 2072. We remember this day where youth demonstrated amazing spirit of volunteerism to rescue, provide relief to the earthquake survivor and continue working on rehabilitation. We are rising.24.04.2016 at 10:25 amLike
Youth Initiative Nepal Save the earth: it's the only one we've got.
Earth Day 2016!!
22.04.2016 at 12:21 pmLike
Youth Initiative Nepal Happy birthday to our Senior District Project Coordinator (SDPC) of Kailali. We also want to wish get well soon to Mr. Thakur Kariyapradhan and his family for fast recovery.22.04.2016 at 07:34 amLike
Youth Initiative Nepal Be the change!! The time is NOW.21.04.2016 at 12:15 pmLike
Youth Initiative Nepal We would like to invite everyone to join us in the event, organized by US Embassy, applying rap as a tool for activism. Join us at Bhrikutimandap this Saturday.20.04.2016 at 06:35 pmLike
Youth Initiative Nepal Participate and win attractive prize. Please post your answer in Youth Votes for Change.Youth Initiative Nepal shared Youth Votes for Change's photo.20.04.2016 at 12:15 pmLike
Youth Initiative Nepal "Hard work always pays off"
There is no elevator to success, you have to take the stairs.
19.04.2016 at 12:15 pmLike
Youth Initiative Nepal Contragulations to Nepal national cricket team for their victory against Nambia.18.04.2016 at 12:25 pmLike
Youth Initiative Nepal Youth Initiative (YI) has been supporting District Youth Network(unified youth network) and local youth club to form youth network in different wards of Biratnagar. YI is playing its role as facilitator to support the program. YI has been providing its support like advice for procedure for formation, linkage of clubs and youths groups, motivation session to youth to form and way to sustain it, documentation of program and other technical support required to form network.
http://goo.gl/slOmHt
14.04.2016 at 07:09 amLike
Youth Initiative Nepal युवा अभियान द्वारा नव वर्ष २०७३ सालको हार्दिक र मंगलमय शुभकामना व्यक्त गर्न चाहन्छौ |13.04.2016 at 09:15 amLike
Youth Initiative Nepal 2072 marks specially in terms of efforts of women being recognized. After Ms. Bidhya Devi Bhandari becoming First Female President and Ms. Onsari Gharti Magar the spokesperson of Parliament, Ms. Sushila Karki has become the first Female Chief Justice of the country. Youth Initiative congratulates her and wishes all the best for her tenure.11.04.2016 at 12:04 pmLike
Youth Initiative Nepal Youth Initiative in collaboration with US Embassy to Nepal conducted a series of activities under the theme of “Empowering Girls through Soccer” in Nepal. The program started on April 4th and ended on April 8th 2016. Along with two US envoys through Sports United, the program aimed to explore the situation for girls/women in the country as sportswomen and how can male play constructive role in it. First day of the program started with an experience sharing of Youth Initiative’s ‘Together For Change’ project through a demonstration. Along with it followed the experience sharing from Girl’s Lead alumni in their own community and also mentoring to the 15 girls of the Thapathali slum area.
http://youthinitiative.org.np/empowering-girls-through-soccer/
10.04.2016 at 05:28 amLike
Youth Initiative Nepal Youth Initiative conducted youth interaction program among local youth & Embassy of United States Team. The program was held at Hotel Devotee, Dhangadhi on 6th April, 2016. Participated local youth shared about burning situation of youth and girls, youth empowering activities, challenges and opportunities in our society. American Sports Envoys Ms. Lorrie Fair and Ms. Tracy Noonan (Professional U.S. Women Soccer Team), local youth & including GO’s representatives were present in the program. In total, there were 18 participants in the program.
http://goo.gl/eBTeXy
07.04.2016 at 12:13 pmLike
Youth Initiative Nepal Youth Initiative in collaboration with US Embassy and Sports United of US conducted a panel discussion program with Sports Journalist Ms. Sabina Karki, National Female Football Captain Ms. Anu Lama and National Male Football member Mr. Rohit Chand on “Empowering Girls through Soccer”. Other two distinguished Panelist were Ms. Lorrie Fair and Ms. Tracy Noonan from US who came to Nepal as envoys.
http://goo.gl/Jg464j
06.04.2016 at 11:06 amLike
YI POLL

Does this recent political changes helps to develop our country ??

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...
Feedback

Let us know your view about YI.

Events

Events conducted by YI.

Our networks