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IncreasIng Participation Through Volunteerism In Nepal
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Volunteerism is a powerful means of engaging people in tackling development
challenges Volunteerism empowers individuals and institutions;it builds
resilience, which is essential in changing environment with the development of the UN Volunteers(UNV) Strategic Framework (2014-2017), UNV is, strategically,
positioned to support the UN entities and the Government to be more effective
in delivering their development results UNV has also made available its volunteer modalities and initiatives, such as UN Volunteers, UN Youth Volunteers, Online Volunteers, University Volunteers, both national and international, to meet the present demand of the UN entities and other development partners The UNV programmer has been supporting peace and development in Nepal by deploying UN Volunteers and Youth Volunteers in different UN agencies, such as UNDP, UNHCR, UN Women, UNFPA, UNESCO, UNICEF, UNRCPD, RCHCO as well as IOM and government institutions Nepal.Additionally, there are 77 Nepali, serving as International UN Volunteers in 16 countries These UN Volunteers are great assets of Nepal, contributing to national as well as global peace and development While UN Volunteers have been contributing to the societies where they serve, they have been getting experiences and building their personal and professional lives Moreover, UNV is one of the UN partners in implementing the UN Joint Programmer of Local Governance and Community Development Programmer (LGCDP II) UNV supported the Ministry of Federal A fairs and Local Development (MOFALD) in recruiting and deploying 136 University Volunteers and 8 UN Volunteers nation-wide to set up a functional e-governance system at local level The volunteers have been doing excellent jobs in their various capacities in different locations. UNV has been actively involved in the development and implementation of the Youth System Wide Action Plan (SWAP) in Nepal In promoting volunteerism and volunteers, UNV has been working with the National Development Volunteer Services, National Planning Commission as well as local and international Volunteer Involving Organizations undertaking a number of initiatives throughout the country. We need to consider voluntarism as potential to transform the pace of ongoing peace and development initiatives which needs to be harnessed to full extent for trans formative development.
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UNV ,   (2014 )
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Publication in English
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ONLINE VOLUNTEERS, SERVE SOCIETY, COMMUNICABLE DISEASE, LGBT,HUMAN RIGHTS, HIGH RISK ENVIRONMENT, DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK, MONEY AND STABILITY, VOLUNTEER'S EXPERIENCES, YOUTH AND MENTAL HEALTH, ACTION PLAN, SUSTAINABLE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT, MOBILIZE, VIOCES OF UN VOLUNTEERS, VOLUNTEER STATISTICS, INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEERS DAY, RECRUITING, DEPLOYING, RECIPROCITY AND PEACE, TRANSFORMATIVE DEVELOPMENT, SWAP, E-GOVERNANCE, EXPERIENCES, PROFESSIONAL LIVES, YOUTH VOLUNTEERS, YOUTH, GLOBAL PEACE, DEVELOPMENT
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 UNV : United Nations Volunteer
Thesaurus:
14.05.04  -  Welfare And Social Services
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