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Support for the flood victims


YUWA expresses gratitude to Ms. Kalpana Rana and her team from U.K. for their kind support for the flood victims of the Western Region of Nepal. YUWA also would like to thank Ms. Merina Shrestha for the coordination. The recent 2014 […]



On August 9, 2014, YUWA successfully completed its fifth Annual General Meeting (AGM) at Anamnagar, Kathmandu. The AGM was successful to transfer leadership for the year 2014-2016.

Youth Studies VII (27 July – 1 Aug, 2014)


Since the advent of Center for Youth Studies (CYS), YUWA has been conducting Youth Studies since the 5th of September 2012. Looking back, Youth Studies has come a long way as it completed its 7th batch few days ago. Conducted […]

YUWA Manthan (11 July 2014)


 We had Mr. Saunak Bhatta as our guest speaker in YUWA Manthan. Saunak is an Internationally Certified Speaker with awards such as Global Inspirational Voices Award, International Youth Council Member and many more. His endeavors have taken him to UK, […]

राष्ट्रिय रोपाईं दिवस (National rice plantation Day)


असार १५ (Asar 15), also well known as राष्ट्रिय रोपाईं दिवस (National rice plantation Day), is a very important day in the Nepalese calender and celebrated mostly by farmers in Nepal. The month of Asar (June/July) is favorable for paddy […]

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Posted at: November 24

In Nepal, either in some corner or front page of every newspaper we find number of news on GBV cases daily. Also, according to the data mapping on GBV initiated by YUWA organization, it shows 2 to 3 GBV cases reported per day in average. But reviewing the data mapping reports of November, 2013, a dramatic decrement on GBV is seen, i.e. 1 GBV case in eight days.

Reaching out young minds; a day workshop with youths at Dhangadhi

Posted at: July 5

Dhangadhi is situated as the far-west side of Nepal. Not only the bad conservative and traditional thoughts, but also there are prevailing major social evils like girl trafficking, Dowry system, Chaupadi, Deuki, traditional healing practices, etc.

Street art and visual message dissemination

Posted at: December 27

Art as a means of message dissemination is unbeatable. Replacing political slogans and cheesy film posters, the compound walls of many places in the capital are now better looking and serving a good purpose at the same time.

Youth Affairs

Bivek Joshi, 25, is a youth fellow of UNAIDS. He worked in UNAIDS headquarter Geneva for six month and now continuing the work in national office in Kathmandu.

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