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President Aryal, Invited to a UN Plenary

President Aryal, Invited to a UN Plenary

President of Sano Sansar Initiative Mr. Sagar Aryal has been invited by the UNESCO to share his global activities with children and youth for a sustainable future. The UNESCO will organise a side event during the 7th Meeting of Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals.  Mr. Aryal is the youngest speaker in the plenary. This is an invitation only…read more →

Chale-Chalo, An Incredible Tour of Himalayas…

Chale-Chalo, An Incredible Tour of Himalayas…

New Year 2014, is knocking the doors. Drums of hullabaloo have began blowing. Celebrations are on cards .But before you design your plans, let me ask a few questions… Are you done with superficial New Year celebrations? Do you want this New Year to be different? Do you want celebrations to be meaningful as well as fun? Do you want…read more →

Call For Applications : Sano Sansar Initiative Board

Call For Applications : Sano Sansar Initiative Board

  On the seventh years of foundation, Sano Sansar Initiative, moving forward with our democratic structure to keep the zeal of our motto “Children and Youth For Environment and Sustainable Lifestyles”, We would like to invite active our member, children and youth to lead the (2014/15) board of Sano Sansar Initiative. The 2014/15 Board of Sano Sansar will be structured as following: President…read more →

UNESCO launches a call for projects driven by young people

UNESCO launches a call for projects driven by young people

UNESCO launches a call for projects in order to identify and support 15 action projects (3 by region) which will be “certified” with the label “8th UNESCO Youth Forum” and implemented by, with and for young women and men between the 8th and the 9th UNESCO Youth Forum (October 2013-October 2015). Thus, the selection and adoption of these 15 projects,…read more →

Writing Competition: Transparancy International

Writing Competition: Transparancy International

Corruption ruins people’s livelihoods – and even kills. However, this problem can be stopped. So we want to hear how you think corruption can be tackled with the following theme: What can young people do to stop corruption? What can you win? Three prizes are up for grabs. The jury will select three winners and award each one of the…read more →

Photo Competition: Transparency International

Photo Competition: Transparency International

Corruption has scathing effects that can be difficult to illustrate. So we are looking for photos to give a powerful image of how corruption affects people’s lives. The theme of the competition is to: Illustrate the negative effects that corruption has on your world. What can you win?Three prizes are up for grabs. The jury will select three winners and…read more →

8th SAYEN Regional Meet to hold in Late July

8th SAYEN Regional Meet to hold in Late July

    South Asia Youth Environment Network in association with United Nations Environment Programme(UNEP) will be organizing the 8th SAYEN Regional Meet (RM) which is scheduled to be held in Bhutan from 24thJuly-26th July, 2013. The RM will be hosted by Royal Society for Protection of Nature(RSPN),NFP Bhutan and jointly organized by Centre for Environment Education(CEE).The RM aims to gather…read more →

Call For Volunteers : Eco Song Competition 2013

Call For Volunteers : Eco Song Competition 2013

Sano Sansar Initiative Calls Interested High School Students from Kathmandu Valley to contribute your time; share and learn new ideas in the Environmental Song Competition (aka: Eco Song Competition) on the occasion of World Environment Day 2013. We are currently looking for self-disciplined and motivated individuals for our event. The organizing Committee will be selecting around 15 individuals in total for the…read more →

SAYEN’s  Car-Free Streets : Photography Competition

SAYEN’s Car-Free Streets : Photography Competition

When it comes to streets, Car Free is the way to be…because STREETS are for PEOPLE! Do you think that streets and roads are not just about cars? When will walkers, cyclers, hawkers get their due space on the streets? Can you imagine a city with beautiful, shaded streets safe for cycling and walking?   Can you relate with these…read more →