Visit of the Ambassador to LP4Y (Life Project 4 Youth) Centre (03 July 2020)

03 July 2020: Ambassador François-Xavier Léger visited the LP4Y Centre, Green Village Kathmandu, in Budhanilkantha, and distributed the Certificates of Appreciation. This eco-village which is respectful of nature and almost self-sufficient is composed of 4 micro-enterprises: the Ukali Orali restaurant, Sapana Creation in charge of equipment and construction, Sath Sath Service for events and logistics and Sajha Bank, manager of the financial services in the villages.

Ambassador Léger was accompanied by Madame Saru Khakurel, the President of LP4Y Népal, and Ms. Pauline Delaporte.

LP4Y has been operating since the beginning of 2019 in the district of Jagritinagar, Kathmandu, whose inhabitants are particularly affected by the lack of basic infrastructure. The training is aimed at young women and mothers with little education, without job opportunities and victims of violence. The first team is involved in the Little Angels Academy, which is expanding its childcare activity to the creation of a Parent Awareness Club (hygiene, food, non-violence) and the manufacture of washable diapers. Since April 2020, the second Digi’Women team has been advocating for digital access by running computer workshops dedicated to the local community.

LP4Y is an international movement specializing in the development of innovative solutions for the professional and social integration of excluded Youth living in extreme poverty. Since 2017, its structure has been guaranteeing the sharing of good practices and the consistency of actions developed.

LP4Y Alliance unites the locally established entities around 3 missions: ADVOCATE, ACCOMPANY, ENCOURAGE

For more information on LP4Y, please click here.

Last updated on: 11 July 2020