Model United Nations at Kanjirowa «

Model United Nations at Kanjirowa

Kanjirowa National Secondary School replicated a Model United Nations General Assembly. As in previous years, in this academic simulation of the United Nations, students from Grade VIII to X outstandingly performed their roles as the delegates of the UN member states and discussed on various current international affairs that affect our globe. The programme was accompanied by Tristram Perry, Public Affairs Officer of US Embassy in Nepal as a chief guest and Ram Babu Shah, National Information Officer of UN office in Nepal as a guest.
The participants were divided into six different agencies and committees: UNHCR, WHO, UNESCO, ECOSOC and the committees were first committee and second committee. The issues including protecting rights of indigenous population, use of traditional medicines, impact of climate change in world heritage sites, involvement of youths and women in government, combating terrorism and sustainable tourism for development were discussed by them.Each representative presented a ‘Draft Resolution’ which was followed by a lot of contentions as representatives from various member states took positions for and against the draft resolutions.
The chief guest Tristram Perry in his very motivating and inspiring address applauded Kanjirowa’s effort in making students globally capable and competent. 
Likewise, the special guest Ram Babu Shah applauded students’ performance and opined that the students conceptualize the provision and working procedures of the General Assembly of the United Nations.