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Youth Participates on Dialogue that Promotes Interfaith Harmony
  During the first week of February GPYC- Nepal participated in The World Interfaith Harmony Week. In commemorating the week, a series of activities were conducted with the goal of to promote interfaith harmony, social co-existence, strengthen mutual respect, understanding, and peace between people of all backgrounds. The various activities designed so as to explore and gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of the elements of faith. The weeklong events highlighted the importance of harmony for national and global peace. During the week, GPYC was led by Runny, who engaged youth in challenging albeit meaningful discussions. To begin the week and open the dialogue, the participants discussed the meaning of the word ‘faith’ and what faith means in their own lives. Though some participants were hesitant to discuss what can sometimes be a challenging topic, others revealed that faith manifests
Coding Training Provides Skills and Income Source Opportunity for Youth
Youth unemployment and underemployment across much of the developing world is extremely high. Nepal is one of the country similarly affected by youth unemployment and underemployment where labor frequently encompasses informal self-employment and small-scale agriculture. Helped by remittances, the proportion of the population falling below the national poverty line has declined in recent years from 31 percent in 2003-04 to 25 percent in 2011 (Central Bureau of Statistics 2011). One underlying factor of poverty in Nepal is the lack of employment opportunities, and a reliance on self-employment in the agriculture sector, which accounts for 61 percent of the total labor force (Nepal Living Standard Survey 2011). Faced with these prospects, young Nepalese are compelled to consider migrating overseas in search of better opportunities. While the unemployability problem facing the country is a widespread issue, GPYC works with youth who face even more
Empowering Youth : Leaders for Today and Tomorrow
An important component to GPYC work is empowering youth and giving them the tools succeed in both their personal and academic lives. In guiding and empowering youth, our regular workshops and projects engage young people in work that challenges them to develop skills, gain awareness, and participate in opportunities that are necessary for creating change both in their own lives and in their communities. Through the development of leadership skills, young people are empowered, supported, and encouraged to find and use their voice as a means of building a stronger community; helping them reach their full potential. Monthly leadership development sessions were held at Diamond College, Kathmandu Model College, Bhakti International Academy, Diamond School and Schems School. During each session, various leadership activities were conducted focusing on leadership development. Pair and small discussions , cooperative games, presentations, brainstorming, worksheet writing
Advocating for Gender Equality
In Nepal, women represent 50% of the countries population. However, due to socio cultural and political norms, women are often excluded from having an active role in society and thought to belong in the domestic sphere, taking care of the home and raising children. The demands of household chores and societal restriction cause many girls to drop out of school. Girls and women faces further challenges in their daily lives including gender based violence, fewer opportunities in the workspace and societal traditions that place women below men. In Nepal, there continues to exist unequal power relationships between genders. To combat gender inequality, GPYC is committed to educating children on the importance of gender equality, helping them understand why it is essential. Active within the schools, GPYC promotes gender equality through inclusion-based games and activities. Ultimately, “ We believe that by
Celebrating International Peace Day
On September 21st, 2016 we celebrated International Peace Day spreading the messages of peace love and inclusion. In commemorating the International Day of Peace GPYC organized a day of activities to promote and encourage peace as part of the global movement. From walking to drawing, meeting new friends and engaging the community, the day ensured messages of peace were seen and heard. Participants came together to spread the message of the year’s theme “building blocks for peace” and in doing so supported the global recognition of peace. Youth from various backgrounds participated in the ‘Walk for Peace’ whereby participants walked from New Road to Basantaphur Durbar square. Celebrating the Day with passers-bys at the end of the walk, participants engaged in games allowing for public awareness and commemoration of the day. Calling upon their acting skills, participants engaged in
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Event Calendar

Web Design Course

Starting From: 26th November 2016 (११ मङ्सिर २०७३) Day: Every Saturday Charges: Free of cost Time: 11:00am - 2;00pm Venue: GPYC Nepal, Hattigauda, Kathmandu, Nepal We’re living in a digital age and technology is reinventing the world. Hence learning to code is one of the smartest moves one can make in the present world (no matter what is the age). There is no such requirement to be a software engineer or a person who have degree in computer science to understand programming language. Anybody can code whether he/she is a student, accountant, doctor, actor or any other person. Nepcodemy in association with GPYC Nepal is organizing free web design course every Saturday starting from 26th November 2016 (११ मङ्सिर २०७३), 11:00am – 2:00pm at Hattigauda, Kathmandu, Nepal. At the end of the course one will understand HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, Bootstrap, Wordpress and will create own website. The main purpose of course is to encourage the youth to design the website of their own and make them stand in the frontier of new digital world. Quoting Steve Jobs ”Everybody in this country should learn to program a computer because it teaches you how to think”, we invite you to be part of our program for collaborative learning of programming skill.

Inter College Panel Discussion

Title : Identity based conflict  Date : June 10 , 2016  Venue : Thames College , Kathmandu '

Workshop on Play for Peace

Title : Play for Peace  Date : April 23 - 24,  2016 Venue : GPYC Hall #53 Hattigauda Kathmandu Nepal 

World Without Borders

Theme: Living Diversity Date: August 15          September 20          October 17           November 21           December 12 Venue : GPYC learning center                Hattigauda     

GPYC Youth Forum

 Title : GPYC Youth Forum Date : every wednesday Time : 1:00 pm Venue :GPYC-Nepal Hall , Bansbari Kathmandu                                                                                      

Manojigyasa Youth talk show Radio Program

  Manojigyassa    every Saturday   5:15  to  6:00 pm    90 MHZ Ujalo FM  

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