The 17 Sustainable Development Goals(SDGs) was adopted by 193 Member States at the historic UN General Assembly Summit, and came into effect from January 1, 2016. Out of 17 SDGs, goal number 4 is’ Quality Education’. It states ‘ Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunity for all”. With the vision in aiding the developing education sector of Nepal, Youth Thinkers’ Society has launched various projects.
Projects under this working area
Training for Trainer
training for trainers (TOT) is a program where a group of MUNers, who want to share their experience and develop their MUN experience are trained for two conjunctive days.
Capacity Enhancement program
implies the enhancement of capabilities of people and institutions in a sustainable manner to improve their competence and problem solving capacities. Capability enables people to turn information into knowledge that they can act upon to solve client’s needs.
Distance learning Program
With the Right to education being included in one of the Fundamental Rights guaranteed to all by the constitution, huge disparity still exists between children residing in rural areas to those in urban areas with regard to education.
OEAC Network believes that MUN can be the part of the extra-circular activity while at the same time encourages students to practice what they have learned in theory. Thus we seek to spread the knowledge among the young generation to interest them in participating as well as organizing MUN workshop in schools/colleges. resourceful information on MUN and its rules of procedures.