“Youth Climate Report: The Youth Express”

This is my video on climate change with a youth(Miss Shrawast Karmacharya) working at HECAF. She gave me a lot of information on climate change.

note:- In this video my actual face is not shown because i was the only one shooting it and i was behind the camera


End Of The Millennium Development Goals And Beyond

zThe End of Millennium Development Goals and Beyond


Image  The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) are eight international development goals that were derived from United Nations Millennium Declaration following the Millennium Summit of the United Nations in 2000.  All 189 United Nations member states and at least 23 international organization have agreed to achieve these goals by the year 2015. The goals are:

  • Eradicating extreme poverty and hunger,
  • Achieving universal primary education,
  • Promoting gender equality and empowering women,
  • Reducing child mortality rates,
  • Improving maternal health,
  • Combating HIV/AIDS, malaria, and other diseases,
  • Ensuring environmental sustainability, and
  • Developing a global partnership for development


Millennium development goals achieved till date

According to the 2012 report it says that, for the first time since poverty trends began to be monitored, both the number of people living in extreme poverty and the poverty rates have fallen in every developing region, including sub-Saharan Africa, where rates are highest. Continue reading

“Role of social media to build youth capacity”

“Role of social media to build youth capacity”
Social media is one of the main source of communication in this modern age. It is one of the basic requirement for youth. It helps to develop their brain because they could easily share their ideas and opinion to one another through social media. The use of social media is increasing in the youths. People can easily learn new things through the use of social media and enhance their skills and increase their capability.
Social media is playing one of the important role to build youths capacity. It is taking their minds and skills to the next level through interactive courses. Due to social media people can easily share their skills with each other in a limited period of time without the problem of distance or else. Social media has mad the communication between people easy due to easy sharing of their feelings. It is obvious that Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc. has made the sharing of information and knowledge easy and convenient.
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Youth development: Decent work for all young people


Employment is a relationship between two parties, usually based on a contract, one being the employer and the other being the employee.

This is the age of competition. So to survive in this world we have to compete. Youth have to compete in every field. They have to compete for employment too because institutions prefer people with higher qualification so the people with less qualification gets disappointed and gets involved in bad activities. Youth are the most interesting stage of the human life in which a person has independent existence. But it is the time to make the right decision because the future of the youth depends on the decision. Old people and children depends on youth so a youth needs good job for fulfilling its family demands. Nowadays jobs are not easily found even though youths have good degree they are not getting jobs. Everybody has desire for a decent work but nowadays youth have to work in places salary because of the increasing problem of lack of employment in the world. Even the half of the total population of youth are unemployed. But agriculture is one of the best employment to the youths in rural areas.Image



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“Environment: How Do You Define It”


ImageThe term “Environment” means “surrounding”. It includes physical, chemical, biological, cultural and social con

dition of nature. The environment is composed of biotic and abiotic factors. The living beings are called biotic and non-living things are called abiotic things. Both biotic and abiotic factors maintains the balance in the environment.

According to R.C Sharma “Environment encompasses everything living and non-living objects, the interaction between these and product of these inter-action.”  Without environment no living organism can survive.

Importance of environment.

  •       Habitat
  •       Fulfillment of basic needs  
  • Source of energy

Types of Environmental Crisis        

  • Pollution

 Pollution refers to the mixing of unwanted foreign agents to the        environment. There are mainly four types of pollution. They are water    pollution, air pollution, land pollution and noise pollution.


  • Global Warming


The unusual rise in temperature is known as Global warming. It is caused due to the increase emission of greenhouse gases (GHGs) such as carbon dioxide, sulphur dioxide etc.


  • Climate Change


Climate has been changing as a natural process. But in few decades, the human activities has accelerated the changing climate. So, we can observe the change in climate every year such as increased temperature, unseasonal rainfall, etc. 

  •  Solid waste


Solid waste means any garbage, refuse, sludge from a wastewater treatment plant, water supply treatment plant, or air pollution control facility and other discarded materials including solid, liquid, semi-solid, or contained gaseous material, resulting from industrial, commercial, mining and agricultural operations, and from community activities. In simple word all the non-decomposable solid wastes that are caused by human activities that effect environment are solid waste

Causes of Environmental Crisis


  •         Population.
  •        Unplanned urbanization.
  •         Excessive use of natural resources.
  •          Deforestation.
  •          Lack of education and awareness.