We signed MOUs with all the participating universities and broadened our international networks.
We signed MOUs with all the participating universities and broadened our international networks.
Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) were signed between the participants’ universities and other international universities. The following are some of the key points mentioned in these MOUs: Exchange of faculty, researchers and administrative staf; Conducting collaborative research projects; Conducting lectures and organising symposia, workshops and conferences collaboratively; Collaborative development and exchange of academic materials and information; Developing and delivering programs of study and online learning for a global audience; Promoting other academic cooperation as mutually agreed; Exploring possibilities of developing joint courses or degree programs; Supporting in pedagogical training and development.
We developed an innovative social project: LNOB-Music4All, using music as a tool for change inspired by the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals to improve children’s quality of life.
We developed an innovative social project: LNOB-Music4All, using music as a tool for change inspired by the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals to improve children’s quality of life.
In collaboration with the Spanish NGOs Fundación para la Acción Social por la Música and the GHN Center Spain, the Music4All program established links with prominent musicians in Bhutan and the Kathmandu Jazz Conservatory to fnd local music teachers and venues for classes.
An Easter Camp was held at Pokhara University, partnering learners from the participating universities to work in a relevant and challenging learning setting.
An Easter Camp was held at Pokhara University, partnering learners from the participating universities to work in a relevant and challenging learning setting.
Students and staf gathered at Pokhara University to work on the SD assignment the students chose at the Dhulikel meeting at Kathmandu University. At this camp, students learned about real-world challenges and benefted from their partners’ expertise and experience as they worked together, empowering them to act as agents of change. They also presented the preliminary results of their onsite projects.
We carried out pilot experiences in PBL on our campuses.
We carried out pilot experiences in PBL on our campuses.
According to the local context, an onsite project was chosen in each university. Students worked on the following community challenges: Sustainable management of sanitary waste: A case study at JNEC, Zero waste community, Assessment and forecast of fash foods under climate change scenarios in Bhutan, SWM (Solid Waste Management), Wastewater use for irrigation purposes, Strengthening blood management systems through Problem Based Learning, The impact of local-grids on rural societal energy needs, The assessment of the Bhotekhola drinking water supply system and The assessment of accessibility of infrastructures in the Central Campus.
We gathered international students using a blended learning approach to face a challenging learning setting.
We gathered international students using a blended learning approach to face a challenging learning setting.
In an onsite session held at Kathmandu University (Dulikhel), groups made up of students from diferent countries discussed and selected a socially relevant project. The project selected, to create an awareness campaign about Reumathic Heart Disease, was developed collaboratively online.

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We have realised that by working together, we can take small actions that build on each other to make a diference
We created a website and social media accounts to communicate the project’s achievements, gather support and announce future events related to the initiative.
We carried out the frst B+NESDG Summit in Greece and awarded the best work done by the students.
We met with local ofcials and ambassadors of the participating countries to explain the project and explore further avenues of development.
We have sustained the initiative through the SD units we created and the support of the authorities involved.