Transforming Food Systems: Youth Innovation for Human and Planetary Health

Role of Young People for Achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Indigenous knowledge, systems, and traditions are progressively being passed down to the next generation. This is causing a significant gap in human lives, as well as affecting the entire human ecosystem. ‘Transforming Food Systems: Youth Innovation for Human and Planetary Health‘ report documents …

Quarterly Newsletter

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.

Quarterly Newsletter

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.

Annual Report of the year 2020

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.

Youth Take the Lead Learning Document

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 …

Tackling mental health challenges in Nepal

Female Community Health Volunteers: The backbone of Nepal’s healthcare system. Female Community Health Volunteers (FCHVs) form the first point of contact for basic health services in local communities for the treatment of common diseases. They deliver essential maternal and child healthcare and outreach services for immunisation. They also provide mental health support and help women …

Saraswoti’s Journey

Saraswoti Nagarkoti, 18, is from Godawari Municipality in Lalitpur, Nepal. She lost her mother to cancer when she was just nine months old. On finding out that her mother passed away due to unavailability of prompt and accessible healthcare, she decided to become a doctor.

ICS update

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.