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Nepalese delegates learn to broaden the perspective of youth during IYE 2012 , Malaysia
  Nepalese delegates gladly came back after participating at the ‘International Youth Exchange 2012’ which was held last February 4 to 11, 2012 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. “All of us came back with a renewed sense of the importance and value of ‘living for the sake of others’, said Mr. Mahendra Lamichhane. The youth delegates included 80 young leaders from around the globe who took part at this memorable event. The delegates experienced an awe-inspiring moments into the country’s culture and nature as everyone participated in culture and service program through such activities as; community service (renovating house of underprivileged), community ‘football for unity’ (playing football with children of different races), community cultural exchange (cultural performances, learning to make local delicacies), visiting of faith house (mosque, temple, church), home stay with foster family.   According to Ms. Srijana Bhandari, student from Ambition Academy and
Environmentally conscious youth promotes the use of recycled papers
   Five day training on handmade paper and material production was conducted on February 5 to 9, 2012 at GPYC-Nepal office, Bansbari. Sixteen participants tried their hands on this craft that is useful, fun to make and of course, eco-friendly. They learned how to reuse papers in different skills development training through the guidance and supervision of Mrs. Susma Pradhan, Instructor, Department of Cottage and Small Industry, Government of Nepal. Speaking at the opening ceremony, Er. Ganesh Shah, former Minister of Environment, Science and Technology, stressed the need to make a contribution to protect our nature. " Let us help save the environment through recycling wastes materials," he added. Likewise, Representative and Secretary of GPYC-Nepal Mr. Kiran Sapkota   gave an introduction about GPYC-Nepal, its mission and vision. He emphasized the importance and value of labor and passion in every field in which rich and
Cleaning Campaign held at Namo Buddha Higher Secondary School
In order to create a cleaner environment and to instill awareness amongst the students, a cleaning campaign was held at Namo Buddha Higher Secondary School on Friday, January 27, 2012. Students from 9 and 10 classes were taught on the importance and benefits of having a clean environment. Thereafter, divided themselves into groups and carried out cleaning activities. The volunteers and students installed dust bins at various places and pits were also dug for incinerating non-toxic wastes like papers. The recyclable and non-recyclable wastes collected on the day were also segregated for proper disposal. The campaign, organized by Global Peace Youth Corps –Nepal (GPYC-Nepal), aimed to encourage students to work together as a team in lending help to community and to indicate the importance of a clean environment and social involvement. For more photos please click here  
"My environment : A clean place to live in - Art Competition Program
  GPYC-Nepal in association with Harati Shikya Mandir Secondary School organized art program with the aim of developing the artistic and creative potential of children and to bring out the hidden talents in young artist. Nine students mostly were Class 8 and 9, competed in the competition on 20th January, 2012 held at Ha.Ma. , Swoyambhu,Kimdole . The program began under the chairmanship of Ms. Asmita Tamang. She stressed that the importance to live in a polluted-free environment is necessary for a healthy life. The theme of the competition was “My environment: A clean place to live in   “. The theme had provided an outlook for children to come up with pictures with interesting and possibly innovative ideas about how we could work towards being in better health and better place to live in. Speaking on the occasion, Mdm. Nirmala Shrestha, Vice-Principal, Ha.Ma. Secondary
Leadership Development : Learn,Grow,and Change
  Under the theme “Moral, Innovative and Responsible Leadership is the Foundation for a Prosperous Nepal “Global Peace Youth Corps-Nepal (GPYC-Nepal) in collaboration with GPA-Nepal organized a three days Character Development Environmental and Peace Vision Educational Seminar in Banepa on January 12 to 14, 2012. The seminar focused on Leadership standard development and aims to  lift a person’s vision to a higher sights,a higher  standard and capacities. We believe that young people can able to learn, grow, and change.It was attended by 20 students from six academic institutions. Chief Guest Khem Bhadur Acharya, Police Inspector of Banepa District said that several youth are being involved in many heinous crimes nowadays because of lack of vision whereas youth empowered with right motivation can be an effective , ethical leaders in their community . The graduates of the seminar expressed their admiration toward presentations and activities
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