Institutional Memory

SN as a Learning Organization keeps both printed and electronic documentation of its critical learning. Learning is gathered through action research in the community, process consultancy and capacity growth training initiatives. Staff persons frequently share these learning and apply the KSA gained to their practical situation. They also share these learning with stakeholders and wider public through workshop, seminars, papers, reports, booklets, manuals and electronic web page. A well stocked library, photo documentation and computer documentation helps this important component. The library is a well equipped resource center where one can find books on various topics and issues relating to women, children, gender, studies on NGOs, community development, Peace building, Action Research, environment, education, culture etc.

Guest Space

This is a place where visitors can stay over as paying guests at a very reasonable price.

  • Attached bath
  • TV
  • Two single beds
  • Food (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • Table and Chair

Meditation Space

A healthy mind in a healthy body!

Every morning from 9:30AM – 10:00 am staff are engaged in yoga, exercise, meditation in other to make peace in mind, body and heart.

SN has developed publication on various activities such as workshop reports, and training reports. Similarly, Annual reports of SACID (Okhaldhunga, Rasuwa) and MSD Dhading have been published. Beside these, SN published the Annual Report -2003-2004, SN Strategic Direction 2010 and Annual Developemnt Plan 2005. It is envisaged that SN will benefit from the publication of current reports, synthesis and manual. Effort towards learning for leverage demands that SN publish various learning from its research, consultancy and micro-macro efforts contextualised in field activities. Such publications will follow a multi-media approach including better use of emails and internet facilities including the web page site of SN. Professional, scientific and absorbing articles and papers will also be published in newspapers, professional forums and journals. A resident English editor and a resident Nepali editor will be identified to ensure that publications meet national and international standards of editorial rigor, objectivity, professionalism and scientific standards. Staff members and professionals are encouraged in SN to strengthen the publishing and dissemination efforts of SN.



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