Youth organization in Nepal, dedicated to social change.
Education for all
better education for motivation
Chidren of Nepal, who are in need of education.  
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COYON - Future plans

• Community Youth Network

In today’s world when the youths especially from the third country like Nepal, are deprived of opportunities to voice or implement their ideas in a proper way. In the context of Nepal the vision, ideas and encouragement that youth has are badly suppressed by elders. Even in these consequences, we are struggling to emerge like a lotus in a mud puddle, trying to tie a network of youth from rural as well as urban part of the country to expose the ability of youths that they really have. We are not only trying to mobilize youth to bring the necessary changes in community, but also putting our effort to empower the women and deprived groups in society.

• Children Center + Child Education

It’s pity that many of children do not have anyone to look after them at the very beginning of their life. They even don’t know who their parents are. These children are known as street children whose golden episode of life (childhood) is about to fly running after the pile of garbage or working some tea house as a ‘Kanchha – the dish washer’. Some of them might be found taking refuse to their relatives but living under vary scary environment paying them his/her physical labor as a revenge of the refuse.

We are planning to build a center for children in the quite and clean environment of village where few of needy and helpless children can get education, accommodation and homely atmosphere.

As a part of our children scholarship programme, we are planning to provide more scholarship opportunity to the children from various part of Nepal. We are thinking to provide complete education with care. No matter, whether they are living with their parent or in our children center, we mean to deliver the light of education to them.

• Brilliant Students

To increase the understanding level and general knowledge among the students COYON is planning to undertake inter school/college debate and quiz competition. We believe this sort of programme will defiantly help students to keep themselves up to date about current happening being familiar with the outer world.

This programme will also help student to increase there extra knowledge making them active, forward and intelligent.

• Health and socio-environment awareness

People in rural areas of Nepal have no awareness of HIV/Aids, family planning and safe motherhood. That’s why they have a lot of children born close after each other. Most women deliver their first baby at very young age. That is why we think giving education or raising awareness among all villagers and community people has to have high priority.

• Bright Village

In Nepal, only less than 3% of rural population is enjoying the facility of electricity and the central electricity grid is not expected to reach many remote populations in the next 30 years. Nepal has no fossil fuel reserves, dependence on imports of kerosene, gasoline and diesel have put a strain on the economy and made Nepal vulnerable to embargoes. Villagers rely on kerosene, fuel wood and candles which is expensive, insufficient, dangerous are time-consuming, to obtain. At the same time fire wood and kerosene are not environment friendly as they damage the environment cycle.

Renewable energy electricity systems, such as solar energy or falling water (micro-hydroelectricity) have proven effective in providing modest but very useful amounts of electricity to villagers in rural Nepal. Electricity from these sources provides light for students to study, and villagers to engage in income generating activities like sewing clothing, or operating shops and clinics. Lighting extends villager’s social lives, and electricity powers TVs and radios that bring news of the outside world making them aware about the current world.

This is why; we are planning to provide solar panel for unprivileged people living in remote villages of the Dhading and Gorkha District.

• Skillful Women

Entrepreneurship among women providing them training on small cottage or handicraft production will not only give them a job but also will improve their economical stats making them sustainable and independent.

We are planning to provide vocational trainings for women to give them some entrepreneurship skill which will help them for the income generation whilst utilizing their free time.