In a historic event, the WhiteHouse Model United Nations (WMUN) began on December 8th at the Himalayan WhiteHouse School, extending until December 10th. WMUN stands as the pioneer of Model United Nations conferences in Nepal, emphasizing equal access and opportunities for community schools alongside private institutions.
A total of 170 participants, representing various private and government schools in Kathmandu, are partaking in this unprecedented MUN, marking a significant milestone. What sets WMUN apart is its strategic partnership with UNESCO, reinforcing its commitment to empower youth with the essential skills for global citizenship.
The grand opening ceremony witnessed the esteemed presence of Dr. Jaya Raj Acharya, the former Ambassador of Nepal to the United Nations, as the Guest of Honor. Dr. Acharya’s address underscored the importance of diplomacy and collaboration, setting a tone of inspiration for the participants.
Himalayan WhiteHouse School, renowned for its student-friendly approach and diverse extracurricular activities, proudly hosts the event. With a dedicated executive team working persistently throughout the academic session, the school has established itself as a preferred choice for quality education and comprehensive development.
As the WhiteHouse Model United Nations unfolds, it promises to be a transformative experience, fostering diplomacy, collaboration, and global awareness among the young minds participating. Stay tuned for more updates as WMUN continues to shape the future leaders of tomorrow.