Helping from the Heart!

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  Distance is not an obstacle but it’s a beautiful reminder of how strong love can be. Despite the distance that separated Thousands of Nepalese living abroad from their motherland, they did everything to render support to Earthquake affected families back home. Significant amount of “actual aid” that reached to the affected areas were raised […]

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Project Sikshya (Education)- Sahayeta.org & YTS Nepal

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Education is a fundamental right of every child. A child grows, learns and spreads his/her knowledge to the community through education and intellectual stimulation. Post-earthquake, hundreds of thousands of schools classes have been disrupted. Youth Thinkers’ Society in collaboration and support from Sahayeta.org has been relentlessly working towards rebuilding and reconstructing academic institutions which were [...]

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The 3 Pillars of Sustainable Tourism

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Globally tourism is a huge industry that contributes an estimated 10% to the world’s GDP. It has been one of the fastest growing industries for the past several years and is currently responsible for 1 in every 11 jobs in the world. But given the industry’s prominence, there are equally big problems that are caused […]

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5 Tips to Maintain Sustainability

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It has been evident at present with numerous proofs that human activities are the greatest cause of the up-rising global warming and environmental degradation. While we constantly talk about the importance of maintaining sustainability, we fail to acknowledge our own activities which are constantly hampering the environment around us. It’s easy to blame the large […]

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7 Lessons Nepal Should Learn from the Haiti Earthquake

A woman walks past the ruins of collapsed buildings in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, on Friday, Jan. 15, 2010. Efforts to deliver desperately needed food, water and medical help to victims of Haiti’s earthquake intensified on Friday even as the voices of survivors buried underneath mountains of rubble began to fall silent. (Damon Winter/The New York Times)

On 25th of April this year, Nepalese people literally got a shock of a lifetime when an earthquake of a magnitude of 7.8 hit the region. Since then, a lot of effort has been going into post earthquake relief and helping Nepal recover from the disaster. However, Nepal is not the first country to be […]

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7 Green Business Practices to Follow

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Going Green, while it may sound daunting, is pretty easy when put into practice. Over the past years, we have been seeing a rising awareness about environmental sustainability within the corporate sector as many huge organizations have started adopting more eco friendly practices. These green practices are not only good for the environment, but can […]

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Types of Sustainability

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Sustainability is the endurance of systems and processes. The term can be defined as the ability to sustain itself in the prolonged future. If an activity is said to be sustainable, then the general idea is that it should be able to continue forever. The world has gradually understood the importance of sustainability in light […]

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