Representation

APLF/UNAIDS

Asia Pacific Leadership Forum, coordinated by UNAIDS, is an initiative against HIV/AIDS. It supports and strengthens political and civil society leadership at country, sub-regional and regional levels to take action to reduce the spread and impact of the AIDS epidemic in the Asia Pacific region.

AP Youth Net

Asia-Pacific Knowledge Network on Youth Employment (AP Youth Net) is a community practice that aims to bring together people who share a passion on the subject and committed to learning how to better address the issues. It serves as a bridge to connect constituents active in youth employment policy and program design to share technical capabilities, advice and partnerships in countries and across the Asia-Pacific region.

MEDEP

AYON is a member of Project Advisory Board of UNDP project, Micro-Enterprise Development Programme. The Micro-Enterprise Development Programme is a multi-lateral donor funded poverty reduction initiative supported by the Ministry of Industry (Nepal Government) and the United Nations Development Programme in Nepal since 1998. To support Nepal’s poverty reduction efforts, the Micro-Enterprise Development Programme has been identifying the poorest of the poor. The programme has been working with poor people, especially women, Indigenous Nationalities, Dalit, Muslim, Other Madhesi groups and involving them in micro-enterprises.

National Youth Policy Task Force of Ministry of Youth and Sports (MOYS)

This task force was formed to formulate the ‘National Youth Policy 2066’.

Local Economy Development Initiatives (Secretariat)

It is an integrated economy development programme of Ministry of Local Development, owned by Ministry of Finance and supported by ILO International.

UN Youth Advisory Panel

It brings together youth leaders from diverse sectors to advise UN agencies on Youth participation and issues.

National Election Monitoring Alliance (NEMA)

AYON is in the steering committee of NEMA, Visioning New Nepal: Nepal in our lifetime and many other national and global networks