Amidst uncertainties of the Covid 19 pandemic, Daayitwa Nepal Public Policy Fellowship 2020 was virtually launched in June as an innovative approach to youth engagement in evidence based policy making that aims to address youth unemployment challenges in the country.
On September 7, Daayitwa organised “Daayitwa
In a world that is going increasingly digital and viewing market trends that have accelerated use of technology to run businesses and organisations, it is clearly evident that government needs to amplify its resources to prepare for a digital economy. By 2025, 20 billion plus
Early in the year, Alibaba’s Co-founder and Executive Chairman Jack Ma donated $14 million to develop the Corona virus vaccine. Apart from this Jack Ma foundation has been supplying PCR reagents, personal protective equipment and other medical equipment in donation and Nepal is one of
The first thing that Garima Somani, a 20-year-old undergraduate student at Kathmandu University, does when she wakes up is scroll through her Instagram feed. “It has become a habit for me to turn on my phone and automatically open up Instagram and scroll through my
As of fiscal year 2019-20 the Government of Nepal made Permanent Account Number (PAN) mandatory for all salaried workers. This rule was set in motion starting mid-July, the first day of the fiscal year 2019-20. As all employers are required to record tax deducted at
ASkill Lab is an initiative on Skilling, Re-Skilling and Up-Skilling the next-generation Nepalis to reduce the academia-industry gap in the country by collaborating with like-minded academic institutions, corporations and individuals.
Skill Lab fosters by engaging with successful people for their presence in the academic institution as
Neeraz Koirala has over 26 years of communication and media related experience. For ten years he worked with Hits FM since its inception in Nepal. Koirala also organised and coordinated eight consecutive annual Hits FM Music Awards. He is Founding Director of Green Productions, an
A passionate environmentalist, Sanjeevani Yonzon Shrestha is also a conservationist, educationist, writer and a humanitarian responder. She has been worked extensively in the past 20 years in the field of environment, committed to engaging societies and people from all walks of life to nature conservation and
Whether it’s exercise, eating well, losing the excess kilos or getting enough sleep, knowing something is good for us isn’t necessarily enough to compel action. Recognising the benefit of something and wanting and planning to make it part of your life is just half the
The moment I say “spirituality,” people say, “Yes, I want to be peaceful.” Don’t walk the spiritual path for peace. You don’t have to be on the spiritual path to be peaceful. If you go climb a mountain and sit there, it will happen. If