”Youth have ideas, promote them”.
Youth are active partners in the development process. Enabling them to translate their ideas into actions is our major task. Emphasizes on the civic awareness and civic issues, thus motivating and facilitating youth to act and take initiations and be informed on the issues of their concern.
”Youth Health matters, break the barrier”.
We work with youth towards Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights sensitization through grass-root activities and advocacy. Provides awareness and greater involvement of young people in response to the issues related sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the global goals for sustainable development adopted by 193 member countries of United Nations on 2015, which envisions to shape up the world and make the world a better place to live in by 2030. YUWA is also working in awareness and implementation of SDGs solely and also in partnership.
”Self-employment is key to eradicate poverty”.
Promotes youth entrepreneurship and supports upcoming entrepreneurs towards self- sufficiency. We work with youth to foster their economic initiation and promote their innovation to help them become potential entrepreneurs.
YUWA has successfully completed one year of Identification and Management of Open Spaces project . IMOS is the project of International Organization for Migration, supported by US AID and Government of Nepal which aims to inform people of Kathmandu Valley about the open spaces. This project targets to inform people of 30 communities in both the Kathmandu and Bhaktapur Valley. This project has two components: training and awareness event. Training is an one day training where 25 participants comprising from the representative from ward, civil societies, Community Disaster Management Committee (CDMC), local clubs and local residents. Through this training the participants are informed about the 83 Open Spaces and inform the participants about their roles and responsibility in the management of Open Spaces. These open spaces are public places which are designated for the temporary shelter in times of disaster and conflict. Awareness Events focus on informing passerby people about Open Spaces in Kathmandu Valley. The project aims to inform 15000 people of Kathmandu and Bhaktapur about open spaces and so far YUWA has been able to inform 11032 people about open spaces excluding Bhaktapur. The awareness event also comprises of involving local youths to inform about open spaces and the team YUWA has mobilized/involved 426 youths in the community awareness events.
29 Jun, 2018
Call for Application As part of the Youth Empowerment- Youth Leadership and Data Project, YUWA is looking for innovative and energetic youth to be evidence-based leaders of Nepal by empowering them on concepts of youth, their rights, lead...Read More
Whta people say about us
Many of the values associated with a hiking trip at home do not have the same importance during the trek in Nepal. Isolation is traditionally a crucial element of any wilderness experience, but in Nepal it is not possible to get away from people completely, except for short times or at extremely high elevation. While trekking, you will see the great diversity of Nepal. Villages embrace many ethnic groups and cultures. The terrain changes from tropical jungle to high, glaciated peaks in the space of only 150 km.