Mr. Mohammad Ayatulla Rahaman
Founder and National Director
Nepal Unites (NU) is a chapter of Global Unites which is running in 13 countries as a youth movement and it has been legally registered with the Government of Nepal in the District Administration Office in Kathmandu, Bagmati Province, as a non-profit organization and non-governmental organization (NGO) although we do not introduce the organization as an NGO. I am proud that Nepal Unites is a youth movement because youth are the pillar of our nation with more than 40 percent of the population being youth in the country. We have many examples in which the youth have engaged in rallies, political strikes and so on. We focus on the youth as the next generation of peacebuilders and as our only possibility for transformation. The youth are innovative and have new ideas, concepts, courage, skills and high energy to bring about needed changes. That’s why we say YOUTH CAN!
Nepal Unites has been actively working for change based on our global values of youth leadership, character, non-violence, reconciliation and conflict transformation through grassroots movements. Nepal Unites also focuses on gender-based violence, human rights and interreligious dialogue with religious leaders through field visits, youth exchanges and health-based programs. We organize various workshops and training programs where the youth are invited from different religions and age groups with gender balance to inspire connection among people and to work together for peace and to make the better understanding with each other. We also seek to build leadership skills to become a sustainable agent to transform the nation. We always focus on self-commitment and self-implementation through which we can bring about social transformation and reach the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Nepal Unites has been collaborating with various national and international organizations since its inception to organize workshops and events on youth leadership and awareness to make a better and more peaceful society in Nepal.