Harvard Model United Nations Workshop at Alok Vidhyashram

  Youth Thinkers’ Society (YTS) in collaboration with Alok Vidhyashram conducted one day Model United Nations (MUN) Workshop for students on 21th of August, Sunday. Our main motivation for organizing these workshops is to accurately represent the way UN functions and deepen participants’ knowledge on the art of diplomacy and the critical role it plays […]

Read more

U.S. Embassy and YTS to organize MUN Workshop Series in Kathmandu.

Cover for MUN

Model United Nations (MUN) is a formal educational simulation of the actual United Nations committees catered to the youth passionate about national and international affairs. Youth Thinkers’ Society, in collaboration with The U.S. Embassy, is organizing Model United Nations Workshop and Simulation Program for youth who are interested in learning about the world of MUN […]

Read more


Youth Thinkers’ Society, in collaboration with Redmud Coffee Private Ltd, began this coffee brewing training named “Barista Training Program 2015” for young adults who were seeking motivation, and who were keen in uplifting their social life status. This program was designed for people with a vision but in need of a platform to implement it [...]

Read more

Project Sikshya (Education): Rebuilding Schools in Kavre, Rasuwa and Nuwakot.

A Child without education is like a bird without wings. – Tibetan Proverb. Hundreds of educational institutions in Nepal were hardly hit by the devastating earthquake of April 25th and concurring aftershocks. Thousands of students are now either studying in makeshift classroom or in the open grounds. Many schools are yet to resume their regular [...]

Read more

Care to Care: Promoting Maternal Health in Rural Nepal


“ah, the joy of suckling! She lovingly watched the fishlike motions of the toothless mouth and she imagined that with her milk there flowed into her little son her deepest thoughts, concepts, and dreams.” – Milan Kundera “a new born baby has only three demands. They are, warmth in the arms of its mother, food from […]

Read more

Helping from the Heart!


  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 […]

Read more

The 3 Pillars of Sustainable Tourism


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 […]

Read more