#ITUWORLD Young Innovators Competition 2014

image001An integral part of ITU Telecom World events since 2011, the Young Innovators Programme works with innovative young people from all over the world who are using technology to transform their communities and their social reality. Each year, the Young Innovators Competition invites talented, technologically-minded young people to compete for one of the prestigious places in the programme. This year, ITU Telecom and the competition sponsors will launch a range of challenges for young innovators to solve in the months leading up to ITU Telecom World 2014 this December.  Read the rest of this entry

Asia Pacific post-2015 priorities, MDG8 and Global Partnerships

Originally posted on Effective Development Co-operation Blog:

Only One Earth - The Environment

By Stephen P. Groff, Asian Development Bank Vice-President for East Asia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific

Any contemporary story on development in Asia-Pacific begins with reflection on massive gains achieved in the fight against poverty. The incidence of people living at less than $1.25 a day fell from 54.5% in 1990 to 20.7% in 2010, with the number of extreme poor declining from 1.48 billion to 733 million. This precipitous decline in poverty incidence has been accompanied by tremendous gains in access to health and education.

Without diminishing the progress made over the last 25 years, the region remains somewhat of a paradox: enviable growth and wealth on one hand and dire poverty and inequality on the other. Asia-Pacific remains home to more than 60% of the world’s extreme poor and two-thirds of the world’s hungry. While we’ve seen progress on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), it is uneven across…

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#BYND2015: ICT Relay

Originally posted on BYND 2015 Nepal Hub:

ICT_RelayBYND2015 Nepal Hub and its Asia Pacific Team in coordination with BYND2015: Global Youth Summit-ITU, is organizing ICT Relay via Facebook and Twitter globally. This event will be the first ever unique campaign of its own kind on POST 2015 supported by ITU which will be carried out for a week starting from 5 September till 11 September as the Global Youth Summit will kick off from 9 September and ends on 11 September 2013.


To bring #BYND2015 in trend globally and to address the future priorities for sustainable development, views from young people from around the world via online platform.


During this Relay we will be passing the statement via Facebook and Twitter as our status or directly in our Facebook event page (https://www.facebook.com/events/154755381398522/):

I think the priority for the future should be (priority in BLOCK Letters). and you? @(friend) #BYND2015#ICT4D #(countryname) pass the…

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Fight Back Training

VAWOn 31 August 2013, I happen to meet one of my interest of childhood to learn martial art in the form of FIGHT BACK TRAINING. Organized by Change Fusion Nepal, around 20 females were trained by PARITRAN in order to be secured and for their safety to combat violence against women specially focused on sexual harassment. Read the rest of this entry

National Consultation Meeting on “Environmental and Social Impacts of Large Infrastructures in Nepal”

IMG_6137On 27 August 2013, Hariyo Ban Program, WWF Nepal organized a national consultation on “Environmental and Social Impacts of large infrastructures in Nepal” during which Mr. Krishna Prasad Acharya, Chief of Planning and Human resources Division, Ministry of Forests and Soil Conservation chaired the program. With an overview about Hariyo Ban Pragram, Judy Oglethorpe, Read the rest of this entry


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