What is it?

S4G, the un-mediated, not moderated social platform

Have you ever thought you have something to “express” with a social dimension but never had the opportunity to do it?

Then S4G is what you are looking for:

  • Open, unrestricted and easy to use
  • Three mediums to choose from: TEXT, VIDEO, PHOTO
  • A way to express your ideas, reflections and expertise, on social issues and broader development and society at large
  • You do not need to be an expert but just passionate about what you share

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Wishing you a very happy Nepali New Year.

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Naya barsha ko sukhad upalakshya ma hardik ra mangalmaya subhakamana. 

When Less is Enough: Overcoming Affluenza

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A perspective on being back in the US.

The Poetry of Community Food Assessments

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Has the process of understanding our communities and their food systems risen to the level of torture? Are we missing the essence of the world around us because we have become obsessively data driven? Mark Winne suggests a more subjective and engaged approach that takes its cue from the way we ought to read poetry.

Thinking of volunteering? Why do not you start with a PON?

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Volunteering can be a long term goal. Before reaching it, you can start from small acts of kindness or pons as defined by the famous guru Edward de Bono. You can learn how the Manohara’s girls club is taking actions…


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A letter to the person I would most love if I had one

The Climate+Change Exhibition at the Nepal Art Council II | Veneeta Singha

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"How has the majestic landscape surrounding Mt. Everest changed over time? How do transformations to this sacred and beautiful area affect people today? What are we doing to understand and address these changes?"


- www.climatepluschange.org

Youth and Development: Role of social Worker

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When we hear the term Youth, the first thing that comes in our mind, is the energetic group of society who always wants positive change in their own family, community, society, state and overall development of country. They are the change agent of society, who has capacity to change the society. Youth are tomorrow’s leaders, parents, professionals, workers and today’s assets (DFID/Maguire, 2007).


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A piece about a restless soul

What to do with INGOs?

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Make them more accountable? Of course yes through a better national “system” but also by thinking long term and strategically on what we want from them. Some food for thought: Overhauling the SWC, raising the financial requirements for INGOs to operate in the country, letting smaller INGOs to create consortium or merge and allow some of them to be “nationalized” as community foundations.

VSO Nepal team at the 58th Convention on the Status of Women in New York

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I’m in New York with a team of VSO employees and it partner organisation, Sankalpa, for the 58th Convention on the Status of Women (CSW) at the United Nations (UN). This is when member states come together annually to discuss the status of women and girls, women’s rights and women’s empowerment globally.

Overcoming Barriers: Using ordinary solutions to reach extraordinary ends

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Change is possible.If all united, disabilities can be overcome in a better and more equal society. Everybody has a role to play.

Happy #WorldWaterDay 2014!

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March 22 is #WWD2014. 


Interview with Maurizio Bussatti, IOM Nepal

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Interview with Maurizio Bussatti, IOM Nepal, Chief of Mission about the Migration Challenges in Nepal