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Blind Youth Association Nepal

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This page lists all the recent news and updates of Bind Youth Association Nepal.

Vacancy for Accountant

January 9th, 2019

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Blind Youth Association Nepal (BYAN) is a not for profit Non- Governmental Organization (NGO) established by the Blind and Partially Sighted (BPS) youth of Nepal. It is a national association for youth aged between 18-35 years. As a rights-based organisation, BYAN intends to play a proactive roles in the formulation, amendment and implementation of BPS […]

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UN Traineeship Programme – Cohort VII

December 4th, 2018

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On behalf of the United Nations in Nepal, Real Solutions Private Limited, invites applications from potential Nepali candidates belonging to socially excluded groups. The programme will be for 11 months period with a full time on the job training assignments with access to mentoring and practical experiences in an international UN working environment. Opportunities for […]

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27th International Day of Person with Disabilities(PWD) !

December 4th, 2018

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Unleashing the voice with “Count Me Include Me”, 1000’s of pwd’s shout-out in a rally for protecting their rights. Various governmental and non-governmental organization were part of it which started from Pragya Pratisthan to Social Welfare Council. And the huge number of participation from Nepal Association of the Blind (NAB), Blind Youth Association Nepal (BYAN) […]

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Successfully organised 6th Annual General Assembly

November 30th, 2018

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BYAN organized a yearly general assembly for a day which included Central board members, members from seven chapters and guests from various governmental and non-governmental organizations.  Our honorable guest “Labor, employment and social security minister Mr. Gokarna Bista inaugurated the program. He gave an empowering speech mentioning to bring an impactful educational and employment program […]

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