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Sunil KC

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Sunil KC is a Nepali young social activist, lyricist and media figure. He is currently involved in empowering Nepalese youths through advocacy, capacity building, mentoring and other related activities. His aim is to promote Nepalese Education locally and internationally. 

 

Volunteering for social service has become his passion since his childhood. At the age of 11, he started volunteering for a local FM radio as a reporter and news announcer in his hometown ‘Tulsipur’ of Dang district located in Mid-western part of Nepal. Volunteering for the FM radio merely could not fulfill his passion, so he founded Greenery Youth Club in his native village Kachili (Dang district) and served in the capacity of President for more than five years organizing various social works through youth mobilization at local level. 

 

He wanted to influence the large communities around the country through social work and confining such activities in the village and district could not fulfill his wish. Therefore, he founded Youth Foundation Nepal (YFN) in 2009 with an aim to promote sustainable peace and development in Nepal by connecting and networking with young leaders globally. He is currently Founder president of Youth Foundation Nepal (YFN).

In addition, Mr. KC worked as a youth consultant for various organizations for West Africa and South Africa. He is Asia Editor of Africa based News "Awake Africa"and Special Assignment Editor for the Arab based first English Magazine "Diplomatic Insight". He is Country Director for a Global Think Tank ‘Planet Diplomat’ Nepal Chapter.

 

After gaining substantial experience of directing a series of radio programs about educational issues in Nepal, he is now a producer and director of social documentary "Ready, Willing and Able".

 



  

Ready, Willing and Able


« Youth is not a troublemaker. Youth is a change maker. »
says Juju Kaji, a Nepali social worker.
2012. At one difficult time of national history, Nepali people face new challenges every day.
And still, youth is in the game