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Youth Forum Nepal (YFN) is a non-government, non-profit making social organization established in 2007 by a group of motivated professionals working in the field of social work. YFN aims of enterprising youths that seek to bring positive changes in the society through moral, social, psychological, and intellectual transformations of youths. Youths have potentials and ideas but they lack orientation and we are here to provide them with appropriate materials and tools. YFN works to strengthen bonds between young people and their community.


 
       
   
       
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KUTUMBA playing for heritage
15 March 2014, Kathmandu

YFN is organizing "Kutumba playing for Heritage" on 15th March 2014 at Kirtipur Khel Maidan (Old Bus Park), Kirtipur. The main attraction of the program is the concert for the audince who love to get entertenment through the music, sound and lighting effects. This program will help the youngster to get enovated to the welfare for their social development of their community and the nation...
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INDIA NEPAL YOUTH PEACE CONFERENCE
October 5, 2014, Birgunj

A harmonious world can never be realized without the building of harmonious regions. South Asia is an example of this point. It has become the common task of all the countries in the region, including India and the Nepal, to build towards a harmonious South Asia. Politically, all countries in the region should respect each other and pursue compatibility while preserving diversity..
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Interaction on minimising drug using amongst youth community
26 October, 2014 Kathmandu

The prevalence case of Nepal in drug using by young people is at alarming rate. The connection between youth and drug abuse raises several questions, like: Why are young people at risk of drug
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YFN Working Committee re-shuffled
 
Kathmandu, July 05, 2013

The 5th Annual General Meeting of Youth Forum Nepal has elected new nine-members working committee for Youth Forum Nepal effective from July 6, 2013. Those elected in the committee are Mr. Bijay Bist as Chairperson, Mr. Surendra Mahto Khulwat as Vice Chairman, Mr. Niranjan Pariyar as General Secretary (» more)

 
     
 
Mr. Giri awarded with PTI Award in India
 
New Delhi, May 12, 2009

Mr. Pralhad Giri, Chairman of Youth Forum Nepal has been awarded with Press Trust of India Award 2009 amidst Convocation Program of Diploma in Development Journalism held in New Delhi by Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC) in May 11, 2009. Mr. Giri was given the award to his excellent presentation for Nepal's Country Paper on economic, social and development issues. With (» more)

 
     
     
 
Common network could help overcome youth group tussle
concludes the youth leader's joint meet at roundtable
Kathmandu, September 30

Youth from different organizations are unanimously agreed to form a common network of youth from all facets of society to end the ongoing tussle within the youth group working under different political parties. They came up with this conclusion at a time where the rate of tussle between youth group, mainly YCL & Youth Force is at alarming rate. (» more)

 
     
     
 
Youth need to mobilize for rapid awareness of Climate Change
Time for Action
Birgunj, September 14

Youth Forum Nepal, in association with its regional office based in Birgunj organized a one day Interaction program covering various ethnic societies of youth in the issue of youth's role in raising awareness towards Climate Change. 50 students from various colleges from Birgunj and Kalaiya took part on the talk programme. (» more)

 
     
     
 
Youth & Climate Change:
Time for Action
Kathmandu, 12 August

The world is getting warmer and human activity is a major cause of this. This fact was underlined and broadly discussed in a one day interaction program organized by Youth Forum Nepal at Hotel Orchid to commemorate International Youth Day 2008. (» more)

 
     
     
     
 
Let youth come out from their hidden caves
Concludes First Pre-volunteers Meeting of YFN
14 July '08, Kathmandu

Kathmandu, July 14. "Youth should come forward from all hidden places in the nook and corner of the country, to collectively fight against all discriminations knowingly imposed upon it." (» more)

 
     
     
 
Capacity Building Programs Completed
1 July '08, Kathmandu

Youth Forum Nepal successfully organized various Capacity Building Programs starting from 3rd of May 2008 to 23 June 2008. The training was very successful and worthwhile according to the participants. (» more)

 
     
     
 
Research on the Young Female those involved in unorganized prostitution in Thamel Area of Kathmandu
05 Jan, Kathmandu
Youth Forum Nepal carried out intensive report on the plight of young girls involved in prostitution in different restaurants and Massage Parlours surrounding Thamel. » Download Summary
 
     
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