Youth Entrepreneurship and Tourism for Social Development (YESTD) is legal framework to support non-formal learning activities for young people. It’s aims to respond at Nepal to the needs of young people from different aspects. It has been adopted after wide consultation with the different stakeholders in the youth field. It supports the new youth policy and framework in the youth field, which outlines a cross-sectoral approach to youth issues with a view not only to creating more and equal opportunities for all young people in education and in the labour market but also to promoting the active engagement, social inclusion and solidarity of all young people participation. It makes an important contribution to the acquisition of competences through non-formal learning as well as to the promotion of young people’s active participation to promote youth empower and development. entrepreneurship and tourism activities with sustainable development, national and international mobility, active youth, mutual cooperation, biological, cultural engagement, and awareness of different social aspects. Our structure host a small campsite in the middle of nature, with is based on professional exchange and learning tourism and cultural heritage and preservation, in a linked intercultural process.
We are still lacking in innovative industrial and business processes, new products and services, and at exploiting them to provide an edge over the international competition. Therefore, there is a strong need in Nepal for a systematic and worldwide promotion and development of entrepreneurial culture and entrepreneurial learning. Moreover, SMEs and in particular micro-‐enterprises still have problems when it comes to access to finance and information, to obtain professional training and to acquire new skills. The YESTD is dedicating Youth Entrepreneurship Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) to increase the availability and accessibility of micro-finance for vulnerable groups and micro-‐enterprises, as well as to increase access to finance for social enterprises. Education can Be a main Pillar to help foster a strong Entrepreneurial Spirit Among Students Through teaching, Educating and nurturing. In this regard, the importance of non–‐formal Learning should also be recognized and encouraged. Our education systems in Europe should have Two simultaneous aims. On the One hand, Academic development, Which ensures That future Professionals and Skilled workers Are trained By the system; On the other hand, innovative development, where entrepreneurial spirit is taught, promoting innovation and creativity.
The cooperative also organizes and hosts national and international professional exchange and entrepreneurship projects that aim to provide learning and capacity-building opportunities for the youth. The projects hosts volunteers from worldwide, south America and Southeast Asia and focuses on topics related to knowledge exchange, communications, and sustainable development. YESTD organizes different activities, events and workshops ranging different approach. Given our focus on sustainable development, we encourage the involvement of volunteers or participants who appreciate living in nature and understand the need for biological and ecological entrepreneurship.
To inspire, empower and promote a new generation of entrepreneurs by providing the skills, knowledge and resource need to for business and individual development, there by contributing to national development. YESTD will provide guidance and training for youth workers across Nepal on how to use ICT tools and digital methods to better deliver basic skills youth education. This will be done through an integrative approach in collecting, sharing and disseminating innovative and inclusive teaching and learning practices using ICT tools and digital methods.
Young people have the skills, knowledge and opportunities to make informed choices about their lives, are at the heart of designing, managing and evaluating youth work policy and practice and can make a meaningful contribution within public and political decision-making processes; high quality youth work is inclusively and effectively delivered to facilitate the personal and social development of young people within a supportive public policy framework. Youth work may engage in all aspects of a young person’s development – personal, social, educational, political, cultural, spiritual, physical, and vocational;
Investment in non-formal learning, leading to increased capacity innovation and creativity in young people in ways relevant to employability. The value of innovative forms of learning and argues strongly for recognition to be developed for non-formal skills. The potential of non-formal learning in contributing to young peoples’ learning is recognized at an international level.
Support non-formal education workers, especially youth workers, who work directly with young people, to raise the quality of provision. Improve the recognition and validation of non-formal learning. Provide robust and accessible tools and resources to support the work. Develop partnership working between business and the formal education and non-formal sector. Close the gap between requirements of the labour market and the contribution of non-formal learning. Enhance entrepreneurial