The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is laying the foundations for a national programme in Nepal, thanks to a network of facilitators including the British Ambassador, the British Council and
The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award - Nepal
The Award in Nepal is delivered by a National Award Operator represented by Saksham Yuwa Nepal (SYN). The Award has been operating in Nepal since 2010. There are more than 30 Award Units including schools, universities and youth organisations. The Award has recently began in Jhapa area with plans to spread across more areas in Nepal. There are currently more than 1000 Award participants in Nepal.
Vicky Roy hails from Purulia in West Bengal. He ran away from home in 1999 at the age of 11 years, and hitched a train ride to Delhi. He joined a pack of children living off the streets, and earned a ... read more
Indonesian Bronze, Silver and Gold Award holder, Meilia Natalia, has received a full scholarship to study International Relations at Tunghai University in Taiwan. She’s currently working part time ... read more
As a direct result of her Service section, Australian Award holder Melanie Tran was employed by Muscular Dystrophy NSW as their web administrator. Here she explains how she developed valuable ... read more
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