Kunda Dixit is the most eminent and proficient journalist and editors in Nepal. He has whittled new arenas in the socio-political situation of Nepal; there has been no journalist covering war and conflict in such a profound manner as his. His endeavors are true inspiration for the generation to come.
Dixit is the founder editor and publisher of Nepali Times, an international authority on the Press in Asia and the co – publisher of Himal magazine. He has worked for BBC Radio in New York and became a foreign correspondent covering conflicts across Asia. After returning to Nepal, he has been conducted deep research and insights on the conflict cases of Nepal, its root and on the prospects of peace-building.
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Once enrolled, your next step is engagement:
Identify environmental issues that you would want to work on, individually as well as collectively.
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HOW WILL YOU BENEFIT?
The Generation Green creates benefits for the environment…and you become the force that helps bring about these benefits. In the process of learning and doing, The Generation Green makes sure that you grow as an individual as this movement for the planet in turn grows.
Mentorship: Take advantage of our mentorship program that will take you through a grooming process with leaders from diverse sectors such as conservation, business, art and entertainment, media and education.
Green projects: Participate in an annual award that will help fund your idea and solution for a greener environment.
Green jobs: Look forward to internship and learning opportunities with community-based enterprises and agencies to help you build your own ideas on green solutions for the environment.
Scholarships: Take advantage of WWF’s annual scholarship awards in conservation and forestry.
Twinning: Liaise with a student/environmental club outside your community and exchange members, ideas and learnings.