Restless Development Nepal together with enthusiastic young people is working to understand the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on youths and provide the young active leaders with the resources and capacity to further strengthen their knowledge and skills to contribute to positive change.
To combat the challenges brought up by the COVID-19 pandemic, young people stepped forward and extensively engaged in raising awareness among other youths and the wider community.
In Nepal, young leaders are tackling the practice of Chhaupadi in their communities through a Restless Development project.
The Annual Report covers the major programs and events, story of resilience, voices of young people, and how youths stepped forward as superheroes to fight the challenges brought by the pandemic.
A review of the lessons learnt from the ‘Youth Take the Lead’ programme, written by its participants. Youth Take the Lead is a six month exchange project led by Restless Development in partnership with the Norwegian Agency for Exchange Cooperation (NOREC). It focuses on enhancing youth leadership across three Restless Development Hubs: Nepal, Tanzania and …
Update on Restless Development Nepal’s work from July to September 2020.
The current phase of the ICS programme, delivered by VSO in partnership with Restless Development and Raleigh International, will come to its planned end in December 2020.
In coordination with Amplify Change and the Rainbow’s Rare Project, Restless Development Nepal has produced this guide to Institutional Development, human resources and financial management.
This is an introductory booklet on Covid-19 created under a joint partnership with the National Youth Council and UK Aid.
The panel discussion was organized and hosted by Youth Advocacy Nepal as a part of a 3 day-long series of events under the theme “Youth Engagement for Global Action”