The largest province of Nepal, Karnali Province hosts an array of lucious higher mountains up north and is home to the largest lake and river. Despite being the largest province by area, it is by far the smallest in population. This is reflected in the HDI of the province which is also the lowest and currently undergoing several development projects. Thus, the idea of honing the skills of emerging youths and empowering them instigated the Karnali Model United Nations Simulation and the first simulation of the conference was conducted in 2020 to stimulate intellectual growth and engage the youths. 

The second Edition of KMUNS was successfully conducted from 12th-14th March 2023 in SOS Village, Surkhet district. With more than 50+ participants from the Karnali district, KMUN ended on a high note as the youths gained knowledge, skills and significantly contributed to the conference. The dedication and enthusiasm of the delegates reminded us of the basics of MUNS and its importance. The province, at the hub of biodiverse and topographical opportunities, hosts brilliant youths who held passionate discussions on the agenda of the UNEP committees and made KMUNS 2023 a soaring success.