EWBN and F1 Soft Group Forge Partnership to Drive Sustainable Community Development and Digital Literacy in Nepal

EWBN has announced an exciting new partnership with Nepal’s fintech leader, F1 Soft Group, marking a significant step towards sustainable community development through technology and innovation. This collaboration aims to amplify EWBN’s efforts in empowerment, engagement, engineering, and education by leveraging F1 Soft Group’s expertise. Together, they plan to turbocharge digital literacy initiatives, ensuring communities have the skills needed to thrive in the digital age. Stay tuned for the transformative impact this partnership will bring!

EWBN Announces Partnership with Miyamoto Relief for Disaster Resilience in Nepal

EWBN is excited to announce our partnership with Miyamoto Relief, a Nepali nonprofit affiliated with Miyamoto Global Disaster Relief, renowned for its expertise in disaster resilience. With shared values and goals, we’re poised to make a meaningful impact in Nepal’s communities, fostering safety, security, and resilience in the face of natural disasters. Stay tuned for updates as we work together towards a safer future for all.

Cultivating Community and Conservation: EWBN and The Revolution Project’s ‘Grow Your Pocket Forest’ Workshop

EWBN recently organized a one-day workshop titled “Grow Your Pocket Forest 🌴 ” in partnership with The Revolution Project, a youth-led organization dedicated to restoring ecosystems.
During the workshop, participants were introduced to the Miyawaki Technique for growing dense forests. The Revolution Project delivered an engaging presentation, highlighting the emotional connection to trees, emphasizing the importance of native species in ecosystem conservation, and providing practical guidance on establishing pocket forest
The workshop underscored the significant benefits of pocket forests in urban areas, not only enhancing visual appeal but also regulating temperatures, reducing air pollution, and promoting biodiversity, which are crucial for combating climate change.
Participants were encouraged to engage with nature through experiential activities, fostering empathy and introspection. Additionally, the workshop shed light on alarming environmental degradation, urging collective responsibility.
After dynamic discussions and reflections, attendees expressed gratitude, with one participant describing the workshop as unexpectedly essential. There was a unanimous agreement that workshops like these should be promoted by EWBN for their role in fostering community engagement and empowering individuals to drive positive change through awareness and action.
Encouraged by positive feedback, EWBN now plans to expand its workshop offerings, aiming to further engage and empower participants on a variety of topics as a part of our engagement and empowerment programs.
So, stay tuned!

Innovating for Impact: EWBN Nepal’s i-Lab Sparks a Movement in Bharatpur, Nepal!

Engineers Without Borders Nepal (EWBN) celebrates a historic moment in Bharatpur, Nepal! The first i-Jatra (Innovation Exhibition) at Prabhat Secondary School in Terai, following a successful 5-day, 30-hour student accelerator program (SAP) under EWBN’s flagship project, i-Lab.
🌟 30 students and 3 teachers were immersed in an intensive innovation journey during SAP, transforming their mindset to view challenges as opportunities for local growth and innovation.
πŸŒπŸ’‘ The impact? Students and teachers now see problems as an opportunity; a stepping stone to successβ€”and are less inclined to prioritize going abroad for livelihood.
πŸŽ‰ Motivated by this positive change, Prabhat School commits to an annual i-Jatra, fostering curiosity, passion, entrepreneurship, and ongoing innovation efforts! πŸ™Œ
πŸ™ Heartfelt gratitude to UNDP for initiating and supporting this movement, Prabhat School’s dedicated faculty, students, and staff members, cheering parents, and our support partner Karyashala. 🀝 Without all of your support, this incredible journey wouldn’t have been possible.
πŸ‘ Let’s celebrate the power of change, community, growth, and innovation! πŸŒˆπŸš€

Meeting with His Excellency Hanan GoderWhat’s happening in Nepal right now?

We are pleased to announce that Engineers Without Borders President Kapil Dev Regmi and Executive Member Vidhusi Rana recently met with Ambassador Hanan Goder and Michal Weiler-Tal, Director of South East Asia Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Israel. The purpose of the meeting was to explore opportunities for collaboration and to discuss plans for an upcoming visit by Executive Member Rana to Israel. We look forward to the potential for mutually beneficial partnerships in the future.

Student accelerator programme at Prabhat School, Chitwan

In the vibrant city of Bharatpur, a transformative journey is underway for students and educators alike, through the Student Accelerator Programme. This five-day initiative is a dynamic foray into the realms of design thinking and entrepreneurship. It’s not just a programme; it’s a movement to ignite the innovative spirit within the youth of Bharatpur. The focus is on nurturing the next generation of thinkers, makers, and doers who are equipped to face the challenges of the future with a creative and entrepreneurial mindset.

iJatra in Pragyakunja

Kathmandu Pragya Kunja School (KPKS) has successfully organized iJatra from 16th Dec to 17th Dec. The innovations jamboree was attended by approximately 3000 parents, guardians, students and other visitors from various organizations, corporate houses and about 15 schools of the Kathmandu Valley.

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