The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is starting 3 participant sub-committees; the participant sub-committees will be run by award participants and it is a way for the award participants to be more involved in the award program. The 3 participant sub-committees would be; advisory, communications, and fundraising. Award participants
The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Nepal is hosting a photo and video competition. All Nepali Award participants are welcome to submit either a video or photo to promote our #Worldready campaign. The competition is to showcase the awards focus to make
We have started the new year on a positive stride, continuing visits to new Award Units. This year we plan to grow and expand even more. Focusing on promoting the award to different organization throughout Nepal. The staff of The Duke of Edinburgh’s
It’s with unimaginable grief that Ted Atkins, the great Award supporter for Nepal passed away on 21st August 2018. Ted was killed while descending a mountain near his home in the Italian Dolomites. A mountain that he had climbed many times before.
On 23 August 2018, we successfully completed our 2nd Annual General Meeting of Saksham Yuwa Nepal which officially runs The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in Nepal. The AGM also elected the new executive committee under the Chair of Ms Astha Thapa.
It’s our pleasure to invite you to our 4th Annual National Award Ceremony on 30th August 2018 to celebrate a record number of young people across Nepal completing a level of the Award at the British Embassy, Lazimpat from 2 to 4 PM. If
The 13th Award Leaders Training of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award was successfully conducted on 2nd June. 30 Award Leaders took this training who were from 15 different school and colleges: Rupy’s International School, Nisarga Batika- An Experiential Learning School, Rato
We are proud to share that Ted Atkins Award Supporter to Nepal was asked to present the Gold Award to the young people on behalf of the Prince at St James’s Palace in London in November 2017. Since 2016, Mr Atkins have
Duke of Edinburgh’s Leadership Development Course The Duke of Edinburgh’s recently launched a pilot Executive Development Course in partnership with the Executive Education Team at the University of Surrey,UK. The aim of this course was to accelerate innovative thinking into practice. This collaborative
I am Kanupriya Ganeriwala. I was a part of the 10, 12th grade students from La Martiniere for Girls, Kolkata, India who visited Nepal for The Duke of Edinburgh Gold Residential Program from the 29th of March to the 5th of April. The