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MoU with Agriculture and Forestry University

On August 15th, 2016, Daayitwa signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Agriculture and  Forestry University (AFU) based in Rampur, Chitwan to collaborate in areas such as- research, academic and advocacy under  agriculture-based entrepreneurship. Read more

Leading Innovation with Daayitwa Summer Fellows 2016

Over the month of July, our Summer Fellows and selected Daayitwa staff received five modules of ‘Leading Innovation’, a leadership course over the month of July. The course replicated real-life scenario in a classroom setting where the course participants learned to collaboratively solve critical technical and adaptive issues that they will most likely face in their leadership journey. Read more

Kick off for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

This year is the year to focus on making 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development into a reality. In order to promote the agenda, Youth Initiative in collaboration with Restless Development and UNFPA organized a Futsal tournament between various organizations. Read more

International Youth Day

On August 12, 2016, Daayitwa participated in the rally to mark the International Youth Day, 2016, organized by Nepal Youth Council, and the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Government of Nepal in collaboration with various youth-led organizations. Read more

Nepal Rising and Daayitwa’s Work in Nuwakot

On 7th August, two representatives from Daayitwa (Mr. Aman Shrestha) and Nepal Rising (NR) (Parimal Ariyal) visited Neel Saraswati Lower Secondary School in Gorshyang, Nuwakot. The school is under construction with partial financial support from NR and in collaboration with VolNepal. The visit was to primarily monitor the construction process and to collect data for community participation in the school reconstruction ... Read more

Financial Education: A National Concern

Nepal has people with varying levels of financial awareness. On one hand, we can see people from all walks of life; youngsters, women, men from all caste and creed queuing for hours to fill the Initial Public Offering (IPO) forms of various companies in Kathmandu Valley. We often hear of instances where IPO offerings led to oversubscription of shares and generation of excess capital which means people get less for what they had filed for or somethings nothing at all. The excess capital ... Read more