Krishna Athal Selected for International Sustainability School 2015, Nepal

Like any other developing country, Nepal is rich. Its enormously diverse natural environment, cultures and life practices offer learners an immensely rich and fertile context for knowledge.
Like any other developing country, Nepal is rich. Its enormously diverse natural environment, cultures and life practices offer learners an immensely rich and fertile context for knowledge.

PORT LOUIS, 1 JUNE 2015: Krishna Athal has been selected to represent Mauritius at the International Sustainability School (ISS) 2015 to be held from 3rd to 12th of July 2015 at Lalitpur, Nepal.

The International Sustainability School revolves around 10 days experience, which is designed to give emerging leaders new skills, friends, ideas and inspiration. It is an opportunity to see, feel and know more about sustainability. ISS gives Sustainability Fellows an opportunity to experience grassroot realities as well as learn concrete skills from experts while also discovering themselves. This is a physically, mentally and socially engaging program where selected participants enrich themselves, the communities they visit and each other.

The organiser of this event, Hands-On Institute, aims to create a connection between learners from around the world with the local communities and natural environment of Nepal. Hands-On Institute awakens a sense of connection, appreciation and responsibility towards the natural world and local communities among learners and students. By placing participants in cautiously selected communities and natural environmental assets, HOI’s programs inspire them to act towards a thriving, just and sustainable world.

YUVA in Nepal

Upon the approval of His Excellency, the President of the Republic of Mauritius and the Office of the Commissioner of Police, YUVA had started collecting donation around the Island as from 14 May 2015.

After being selected as Mauritian Ambassador to the International Sustainability School 2015, the President of YUVA, Krishna Athal will be travelling to Nepal on 1st of July 2015 to attend the global summit. YUVA is also seizing this opportunity to submit the collected donations in-hand to responsible organisations in Nepal to rebuild houses and schools, with the intent to ensure that the resources are being appropriately used.

For more information, contact the YUVA Head Office at info@yuvamauritius.com or call on (+230) 242 3418.

Have your say

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s