Stories on Non-profit and Activism
Story Cycle is the forum where every one can tell their story. This forum for the people who want to make their voice heard. You can tell us your story in your own way. We share your story to the world. The cycle only completes when story returns to the origin with feedback and positive impact.
How It works
We produce storyteller from the community to tell their own story. We support to make multimedia stories in community (offline activities), upload it to this site, partnership with mainstream media (on-air), then again produce multimedia magazine or MMS and DVD or public screening to distribute to the community where there is no Internet (offline).
Story Cycle is the platform where every one can tell their story. You can tell us your story in your own way. We share your story to the world. The cycle only completes when story returns to the origin with feedback and positive impact.
StoryYatris form various locale completed the 5 days journey into Annapurna Dhaulagiri Community Trek collecting stories and presenting them while learning from three coaches on various technical aspect of storytelling, social media and appreciative inquiry.
We present the reflection of the training in the words of participants as they explain the experience, learning and training itself.
Nepal is perfect tourism and adventure spot with top highest 8 peaks above 8000m with Mt. Everest. Numerous world heritage sites, many short and long trek routes with world class reputation, wildlife sanctuaries and diversified cultures. We have been renowned for our hospitality and friendly gestures. But our content creation and information portals on digital platform and internet is very poor. If digital maps could reflect all of these information whole world could benefit from it.
StoryCycle organised Map Up camp on 7-8 December 2013, as two half days program where participants can learn about various map based tools from Google.
Map-up Camp organized by Story Cycle, supported by Google Earth Outreach and Apa Sherpa Foundation in Kathmandu on the 22nd of August 2014.
An unheard-of village in western Nepal, deprived of basic facilities of schools, roads and telephones, communicates through the latest intranet technology. These villages can only be reached on foot with a minimum hike of nine hours, but people here make business deals over computers.