DAAYITWA NEPAL PUBLIC SERVICE FELLOWSHIP 2019

Nepal has an immense potential for economic growth and development. One of the critical opportunities our generation faces is how we capitalize on these potentials and mitigate risks to contribute to individual, community and national development. Our collective talent, energy and passion can contribute tremendously in any sector we choose to release our entrepreneurial spirit. This was also demonstrated in the aftermath of the in April 2015 7.9-magnitude Nepal earthquake, which took more than 8800 lives and caused $6 billion of damage and losses. The tremendous youth response, marked by creativity, solidarity and agility, during the time after earthquake, has demonstrated that nurturing youth leadership can bring about positive transformation for a resilient, thriving and prosperous Nepal. As Nepal moves towards state  restructuring and economic prosperity needed to realize the aspirations of the new constitution, the urgency for a change in national mindset is now higher than ever – we need to move from dependency to collaboration and from desperation to innovation.

A thriving  entrepreneurship ecosystem is required for developing an enterprising mindset and effective enterprise development. For this to happen, a host of different actors and stakeholders have to work together in symbiotic and synergistic collaboration. The Daayitwa Summer Fellows 2019 will dissect and stitch together the challenges and opportunities in a range of dimensions of these issues. The common goal of the team will be to promote leadership and innovation in governance for creating an enabling environment that promotes economic prosperity and inclusive growth by harnessing the values of collaboration, innovation and service.

More specifically, fellows will produce research reports, working closely with partnering government agencies at either national or local level or with  a member of parliament or a parliamentary committee. This way, fellows will collaborate, innovate and serve rising above the institutional, geographical, political and power-sharing boundaries to fulfill a common goal for national importance.

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BOOSTING YOUTH EMPLOYMENT BY DESIGNING DIRECTIVE FOR YOUTH ENGAGEMENT AT TILOTTAMA MUNICIPALITY

Previous Topics and Details

    1. BOOSTING YOUTH EMPLOYMENT THROUGH ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT IN PROVINCE 5
    2. DESIGNING NEPAL PUBLIC SERVICE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM FOR ENHANCED YOUTH ENGAGEMENT IN POLICY MAKING
    3. ENHANCING AGRICULTURAL POLICIES FOR BOOSTING YOUTH EMPLOYMENT THROUGH PRIME MINISTER EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM
    4. ANALYZING EFFECTIVENESS OF AGRICULTURAL INTEREST SUBSIDY POLICY IN ENTERPRISE GROWTH
    5. BOOSTING YOUTH EMPLOYMENT THROUGH ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT IN TANSEN
    6. PROMOTING AGRI-ENTREPRENEURSHIP THROUGH VALUE CHAIN ENHANCEMENT
    7. DESIGNING CIVIC ENGAGEMENT CAMPAIGN FOR PROMOTING DIGNITY OF LABOUR THROUGH PRIME MINISTER EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM
    8. ENHANCING WOMEN’S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT THROUGH STRENGTHENED ACCESS TO PROPERTY RIGHTS
    9. REDUCING AID DEPENDENCY SYNDROME IN ENTERPRISES SUPPORTED BY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS WITH MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY, COMMERCE AND SUPPLIES
    10. IDENTIFYING AND MEASURING RISKS WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS FACE IN NEPAL AND INVESTIGATING MITIGATION POSSIBILITIES AT MINISTRY OF WOMEN, CHILDREN AND SENIOR CITIZEN

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