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.
Provides awareness and greater involvement of young people in response to the issues related to AIDS and sexual and reproductive health rights.
Strengthens the youth concern and involvement in the green campaign especially related to climate change, solid waste management and water resources conservation through campaigns and research.
Promotes youth entrepreneurship and supports upcoming entrepreneurs towards self- sufficiency.
Youth Studies is an intensive inter-disciplinary course initiated by YUWA targeting the young population. This course is a blend of theoretical and practical knowledge designed especially targeting the needs of young people using youth friendly methodologies. While the national and international leaders have made commitments for the young population in terms of social-economic well-being, this section of society seem to be unaware of their own age identity to get the fullest of their own rights. Youth Studies thus aims to generate young people with conceptual understanding of youth and its issues, and who hold the ability to use youth-friendly methodologies to seek answers to their problems.
Youth Studies is a seven day course of 3 hours each day. The course is divided into 4 Parts:
Conceptual Understanding of Youth
Major Global and National Policies on Youth
Identification and Management of Open Spaces 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 socie...Read More
YUWA concentrates our work on six thematic areas, namely Active Citizenship, HIV, AIDS and SRHR, Environment Sustainability, Economic Initiation and Innovation, Glocal Information Access, and Sustainable Development Goals.