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Picture depicts a youth activist and Rupantaran Trainer from the Baitadi District of Nepal
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This International Youth Day 2022, let’s recognize these Nepali youth leaders who go over and beyond to be the change they want to see. Young people are the cornerstone of society, and how well-equipped and informed they are with the right education, skills and experience will determine not just their success but also the future of the world. UNFPA remains committed to deliver a world where every young person’s poten...
Picture depicts a youth community volunteer
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“My father and I have always been responsible to bring in the family income and make key decisions, but it never crossed my mind that my wife and my mother could also contribute...may be somewhere within I thought they can’t contribute as women of the house” says Community Volunteer Lokesh Prasad Bhatta, reminiscing about his past outlook on life, family and tradition. "The shop is now run by whoever is availabl...
5 ways YOU(th) can prevent violence against women and girls
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Violence against any woman or girl doesn't just affect her alone. It has serious repercussions on her children and family at large. Numerous studies have shown that children growing up with violence are more likely to become survivors themselves or perpetrators of violence in the future. This is why preventing gender-based violence is everyone’s business. This month as we celebrate International Youth Day, here...

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INVITATION TO BID

31 August 2022
ITB No. UNFPA/NPL/22/001   PROVISION OF PRINTING SERVICES TO THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM IN NEPAL     The United Nations...