SIT Nepal

Mihir took a workshop on applied systems thinking for international students at the School for International Training, Nepal. This was attended by 10 students from different countries who are working on various social and environmental themes in Nepal as part of their international exposure. The students were taught the basics of systems thinking and the tools. The students used the social-ecological challenges of the Annapurna Conservation Area as a case study to apply the tools of systems thinking. Three systems change case studies on Capetown Zero Day, Paternity Leaves in Iceland, and Gender Mainstreaming in Rwanda were also shown.