International Nurse Day

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Our support and appreciations are with the nurses of the world serving the humanity during such pandemic and other crisis, too.

Do you know any outstanding nurse? Tag them! Because it’s their day🙂

मे१२फ्लोरेन्सनाइटिंगेलकोजन्मकोवार्षिकोत्सवहो।स्वास्थ्यसेवाहरूप्रदानगर्ननर्सहरूलेमहत्त्वपूर्णभूमिकाखेल्छन्।यीतीमानिसहुन्जसलेआमारबच्चाहरूकोस्याहारगर्नआफ्नोजीवनसमर्पितगर्छन्; जीवनबचाउनेखोपरस्वास्थ्यसल्लाहदिने; वृद्धमान्छेहरूकोहेरचाहगर्छन्रसामान्यतयादैनिकआवश्यकस्वास्थ्यआवश्यकताहरूपूरागर्छन् l👩🍳

नर्सहरुमानवताकोसेवागर्छन्।एकसमर्थितरसशक्तनर्सिंगकार्यबलस्वास्थ्यपरिणामहरुसुधारकोसमस्याकोलागीएकप्रभावीसमाधानहो l

May 12 is the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth. Nurses play a vital role in providing health services. These are the people who devote their lives to caring for mothers and children; giving lifesaving immunizations and health advice; looking after older people and generally meeting everyday essential health needs.👩🍳

Nurses serve humanity. A supported and empowered 💪 nursing workforce is an effective solution to the problem of improving health outcomes.

World Health Assembly has also designated 2020 the International Year of the Nurse and the Midwives.
#INDay2020 #NurseDay👩🍳

Calling for writers for the volume IV of Sano Paila📢

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“Sano Paila”, is the youth👱‍♂️👱‍♀️ E-zine that offers opportunity for all youths in Nepal to work together for a platform for writing on climate change and act as a catalyst for action.

The writers are requested to submit articles on the following themes:
1. Pandemic, lesson to be learned from pandemic, Youth activism against pandemic and Human resilience👏
2. Youth and Climate Activism🙆‍♀️🙆‍♂️
3. Biodiversity and Climate change🐸
*Note: The article must be submitted in English language and the selection of article solely depends upon the publisher*
Deadline: 15 May, 12 PM

Three volumes of Sano Paila have been published to date. Go through the previous volumes here:
https://drive.google.com/…/1Ini5ui5vFrePSSGd3Hi4aAIRhhC7C6Kl

If you wish to work with us on Sano Paila, email in: nyca.np@gmail.com👈

https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSdwaDM4Lk-hyGioy…/viewform…

World Migratory Bird Day

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About World Migratory Bird Day!
विश्वप्रवासीपक्षीदिवसएकजागरूकताउठाउनेअभियानहोजुनप्रवासीचराहरूकोसंरक्षणरसंरक्षणकोआवश्यकतालाईप्रकाशपार्छ।यसकोउद्देश्यप्रवासीचराहरूलेसामनागर्नेखतराहरू, उनीहरूकोपर्यावरणीयमहत्त्वरउनीहरूकोसंरक्षणकालागिअन्तर्राष्ट्रियसहयोगकोआवश्यकतामाध्यानआकर्षितगर्नुहो।🐾☘🐦

World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) is an awareness-raising campaign  highlighting the need for the conservation of migratory birds and their habitats. It aims to draw attention to the threats faced by migratory birds, their ecological importance, and the need for international cooperation to conserve them.
#World #Migratory #Bird #Day2020🦃

#Week_28_of_Climate_Awareness

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Unseasonal rainfall

धेरैथोरैवाधेरैपानीसमस्याहुनसक्छ।धेरैठाउँमामानिसहरूपानीपिउन, बालीनालीरअन्यप्रयोगहरूकोलागीवर्षामाभरपर्छन्।यद्यपिभारीवर्षाबाढीकोकारणहुनसक्छरबालीउत्पादनमाअसरगर्नसक्छ।
अप्रत्याशितवर्षारअसिनालेनेपालकाविभिन्नठाउँहरूमाहिउँदरबालीकाथुप्रैप्रजातिहरूलाईहानिपुर्याइरहेकोछ।किसानहरूभोकमरीकोडरलेशिकारभइरहेकोछन्।चलिरहेकोकोरोनाभाइरसलकबडाउनलेभविष्यमाखाद्यान्नसड.कटकोजोखिमबढेकोछरयसकोशीर्षमा, असामान्यवर्षालेबालीकाट्नेमौसममाबालीलाईहानीपुर्याइरहेकोछ।
जलवायुपरिवर्तनलेपानीकोचक्रपरिवर्तनगर्नजारीरहनेछ, रकहाँ, कहिलेरकसरीसबैप्रयोगकोलागिपानीउपलब्धछभनेरअसरगर्दछ।मौसमपरिवर्तनप्रभावहरुमाकेहिस्थानहरुमाथोरैपानी, अन्य. स्थानहरुमाअत्यधिकपानी, रअन्यधेरैपरिणामहरुसहितपानीकोगुणस्तरबिगार्दछ।

Too little or too much water can be a problem. In many places, people depend on rain water for drinking, watering crops, and other uses. However, heavy rain can cause flooding and effect on crop production. Unexpected rain and hailstorm is already damaging several varieties of winter crops and vegetables in different parts of Nepal. Farmers are hunted by fear of hunger. Ongoing coronavirus lockdown has largely posed the risk of a food crisis in the future and on the top of that, unseasonal rainfall is damaging the crops during the crops picking season.

Climate change will continue to alter, the water cycle, affecting where, when, and how much water is available for all uses. Climate change impacts include too little water in some places, too much water in other places, and degraded water quality with several other consequences.

International Labour Day

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अन्तर्राष्ट्रियश्रमदिवसकोअवसरमा, हामीलाईसुरक्षितराख्नकालागिअस्पतालबाटकामगरिरहेकासबैस्वास्थ्यकर्मीहरुलाई, हामीलाईखुवाइदिनेकिसानहरू, देशकोअर्थव्यवस्थाचलाउनसहयोगगरिरहेकाअन्तर्राष्ट्रियकामदारहरूरबिभिन्नक्षेत्रहरूसहजैसञ्चालनगर्नठूलोयोगदानपुर्याउनेथुप्रैश्रमिकहरूलाईअभिवादनगर्छौं l

On International Labour Day, We salute to all the health workers who are working from hospitals to keep us safe, farmers who are feeding us, international workers who is helping to run the economy of the country and many more labors who have greatly contributed to run different sectors smoothly.👋👏

#Week_27_of_Climate_Awareness

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Climate change and Labour👨👩👧👧
जलवायु परिवर्तन र श्रम
👨👩👧👧

जलवायु परिवर्तनले चालित तापक्रमको स्तरले विश्वव्यापीकामकाजी जनसंख्याको ठूलो सेयरका लागि स्वास्थ्य र आर्थिक जोखिम बढाउँदैछ। काम गर्ने क्रममा अत्यधिक तातो, सामान्यतया 35 डिग्री सेल्सियस भन्दा माथि तापक्रममा व्यावसायिक स्वास्थ्य जोखिम सिर्जना गर्दछ र कार्य क्षमता कम गर्दछ।कमजोर देशहरूमा कामदारहरू रसमुदायहरू पहिलेनै कार्यस्थलमा यस्तो गम्भीर तापक्रमका साथ चल्दछन्र जलवायु परिवर्तनको प्रभाव श्रममा परेको प्रभावलाई अन्तर्राष्ट्रिय र राष्ट्रिय जलवायु वारो जगार नीतिहरूले पर्याप्त हिसाबले लिएको छैन।

अन्तर्राष्ट्रिय श्रम दिवसको अवसरमा हामी नेताहरुलाई जलवायु परिवर्तन रोक्नको लागि तुरुन्त कदम चाल्न र श्रम, आदिवासी जनजाति, कमजोर समुदाय, किसान, बालबालिका, महिला, पुरुष र सबै मानव जातिका समस्याहरु सम्बोधन गर्न आग्रह गर्दछौं l 👣

Rising heat levels driven by climate change are increasing health and economic risks for large shares of the global working population. Excessive heat while working, generally at temperatures above 35° Celsius, creates occupational health risks and reduces work capacity. Employers and communities in vulnerable countries already grapple with such severe heat in the workplace and the impact of climate change on labour is not being adequately accounted for by international and national climate or employment policies.

On International Labour Day, we urge the leaders to take immediate actions to halt climate change and address the problems of the labour, indigenous peoples, vulnerable communities, peasants, children, women, men and of all mankind👣
#LabourDay #ChangeClimateChang#ClimateAwarenesse

GREEN DISCUSSION:”YOUTH ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ENVIRONMENT”

Green Discussion

On 16th March 2018 Nepalese youth for Climate Action together with Clean Energy Nepal-CEN o29244184_10155445474867934_8918860719584182272_organized Green Discussion program on the topic “Youth Entrepreneurship and Environment.” in presence of Mr. Pankaj Panjiyar, Business Head (E-Waste Management) as a Resource person among 55 enthusiastic youth from different institutional Background.He stated that the E- waste is main problem in context of our country which is in the phase of development .He also motivated youth  to find out and grab the opportunity that is around you .

“REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON CLIMATE CHANGE.”

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Climate Change is a global concern among today’s generation with its increasing extremities and unpredictable consequences. Countries like Nepal who are more vulnerable to the impacts of climate change impact are facing several threats on livelihood and economy. Empowering and educating youths make them aware on its consequences towards resilience IMG_3841future with adequate knowledge on adaptation and mitigation to the climate change impacts was deemed necessary. In this regard, Nepalese Youth for Climate Action (NYCA) together with Clean Energy Nepal (CEN) organized two days Regional Conference on Climate Change.  The main objective of the conference was to engage and empower youths and built strong networks to act against climate change. The conference was jointly supported by Southern Voices on Adaptation (SVA), Tulsipur Sub-Metropolitan City and Nepal Public Awakening Forum, Rukum from 16th to 17th January, 2018 in Tulsipur, Dang.

Around 60 youths from Mid-western region benefited from the conference. Mr. Ghanashyam Pandey, Mayor of Tulsipur Sub-metropolitan City, said that we have to change our behavioral practice first to reduce the effect of climate change.“Cycling, using electric vehicles and walking for shorter distances could be the best ways to minimize the air pollution and traffic as well”, he added.

Mrs. Maya Acharya, Deputy Mayor of Tulsipur Sub-metropolitan City shared her delight to be a part of the conference and requested youths to act responsibly to march towards the “Clean Tulsipur Green Tulsipur” initiated by the sub-metropolitan. ”Every sector needs to progress equally for a better future and for this youth can to play key role”, she stressed.

Mr. Jhakendra Kharel, Information Officer at the sub-metropolitan discussed about the dynamism of youth and their roles to combat climate change. “Inspiration, aspiration, perspiration, celebration and satisfaction are the key factors for any work to be completed successfully”, he said while motivating the youths.

Mr. Shree Man Neupane, Executive Director of Human Welfare and Environment Center  (HWEPC) was among the speakers had presented ideas on Climate Change Adaptation from the local perspective..

Mr. Rajan Thapa and Mr. Damodar Dhital from CEN facilitated the conference. Mr. Thapa presented about the basic skills and ingredients required for designing and developing an effective campaign. Facilitating the group work, he guided several campaigns with constructive feedbacks and means for successfully implementing the campaign. Besides, he also briefly outlined the concepts of Climate Change Policy, National Adaptation Program of Action (NAPA), Local Adaptation Plan of Action (LAPA) while discussing about initiatives from the government in response to climate change impacts.  Mr. Dhital during the technical session presented on “Understanding the Basics of Climate Change Science”. He discussed about the climate change science, its causes and effects and some of the responses to climate change. He further facilitated the group work on Campaign Designing.

World Wetland Day 2017

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World Wetlands Day is celebrated every year on 2nd February, marking the date in 1971 when the Convention on Wetlands, known as the Ramsar Convention for protection of wetlands. The international theme for World Wetlands Day 2017 is Wetlands for Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR).So far, 169 countries are parties to the Ramsar Convention, committing to conseImage may contain: 9 people, indoorrve over 2,000 wetlands of international importance around the world. Nepal has party to the Convention since 1987.

NYCA celebrated this day awaring the students of Grade 9 and 10 of Sahid Dharma Bhakta School (Nakkhu) on importance   of wetlands and the present status of wetland’s of Nepal along with the things they can do from their sides to protect our biodiverstically rich wetlands.