STUDENT COUNCILS
IN NEPAL WANT

PURE DRINKING WATER

TO DEVELOP VILLAGE SCHOOLS

TO END DISCRIMINATION

How are you making a change?
50€

A water purifier for 5 classrooms.

150€

A toilet in one school.

15€

A three-day student board
course for one youth.

TAKSVÄRKKI CAMPAIGN 2015–2016

Support student councils in Nepal to change attitudes and develop their villages and schools.

During the Taksvärkki Workday pupils and students spend a day working and donate their pay.

Taksvärkki Workday can be held any day during the school year.

Operation A Day’s Work (Taksvärkki) is young people’s own development organization, from youth to youth.

Join the campaign!

Finnish youth support founding of student councils in Nepal. They promote the human rights of children and youth, and their peers to become active citizens.

Enroll your school / Book a school visitor More about the campaign Materials for lessons (in Finnish)

WHAT DO NEPALESE
PUPILS WANT?

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JOIN THE CAMPAIGN!

Finnish youth support founding of student councils in Nepal. They promote the human rights of children and youth, and their peers to become active citizens.

Enroll your school More about the campaign

STORIES OF THE YOUTH

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“The importance of education lies in the fact that it diminishes discrimination in our village and inequality between women and men.” Sagar, 15
“Thanks to the student board our school environment is now clean and tidy and we’ve got drinking water.” Bipin, 13
“I’ve been active in the student board for four years. My speaking skills have improved, I’ve been making changes and sharing information with fellow students at my school.” Subash, 17

PHOTO CHALLENGE

Take a photo of your Workday and share it on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. A gift card is being raffled off every month among the participants.

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#endag

PHOTOS FROM NEPAL

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