In Our Hands

The programme is delivered through a mix of digital (primary) and physical events. It starts in late September with three phases lasting up to early 2024 (see timeline below). We will be providing up to 10 research grants and 6 development grants during this period to support deserving ideas but all participants are welcome to complete the full programme on their own without the grant support.‍

Participants will learn from Nepali and UK experts/mentors and benefit through interactive sessions, self-learning and a multi-disciplinary curriculum which prioritises experiential learning and field work. So, participants can fully articulate their vision for a greener, more equal society through the transformative potential of arts and culture. This year, participants who successfully complete their placements and grant (or research and development) outputs are eligible to receive certificates and credits from Kathmandu University.

Plantation Toolkit

Realised under the British Council’s Road to COP26 campaign which is supported by the British Embassy in Kathmandu, The plantation Toolkit is a guide to effective plantation in urban areas.

Ride Through SindhuliGadhi

The Cycling event was campaigned to promote sindhuligadhi as a tourist destination as 2016 was declared “ghumfir year”.

Youth Cohort on Green Solution

Youth Cohort on Green Solution aims to support the development of new, exciting, and innovative ideas for sustainable enterprise which will harness nature-based solutions and practices to promote positive environmental impacts and climate change resilience in the city of Euless, Texas. Youth Cohort on Green Solution is funded through an Alumni TIES small grant from the U.S. Department of State.