Character Education Program held at Lotus Academic School and Bal Prabhat SchoolGlobal Peace Volunteer has been expanding rapidly in western part of Nepal since the first week of November. Two schools in Pokhara held a Character Education Program organized by GPYC-Nepal , Pokhara Chapter.After the class presentation , students were inspired to join and formed the GPVcommittee . Lotus Academic School and Bal Prabhat School have nine members each and all were impressed by the principle of living for the greater good. The Character Education Program which utilizes all dimensions of school life to foster character development was held on 20th November, 2011 in Pokhara.
3-Day Leadership Seminar held at GPYC officeA 3-Day seminar was jointly organized by GPYC, GPA, and Government of Nepal Ministry of local Development on 17th to 19th November 2011. The 3-Day Leadership Character Development Environmental Peace Vision Educational seminar was attended by twenty three students from different Colleges of Kathmandu. The seminar was a life-learning experience to all participants. Mostly, the lectures, presentations (videos and practical), and testimonies were highly appreciated. The consummation of the three days created a wonderful knowledge, skills, understanding, practice, and development of goals for their lives. At the last day, each best team in four categories was recognized and received prizes. During the Graduation day, Mr.Dipendra Bahadur Oli ,legal officer of Government of Nepal SWMTSC , Chief Guest of the program reminded the graduates to utilize their time in most meaningful way and actualize what they had learned from the seminar. For
One Day Seminar Held in Kavre18th November 2011 - Kavre GPA-Nepal, GPYC-Nepal, and Shree Indrawoti Secondary School jointly organized a One Day Seminar entitiled “Ideal Family is the Foundation for Developing a Sustainable Peace” on November 18 in Kavre District. The seminar was attended by about 40 school staff, management committee, and local residents. The seminar recognized and promoted peace in Nepal through building Ideal Family and embodying the vision of “One Family Under God”.
GPV Introduction Program in PokharaPokhara - The Secondary and Lower Secondary students from diverse ethnicity groups of Pokhara Kinder High School had an opportunity to gain knowledge about volunteerism and service work activities. The program, which was held on 18th November, 2011, was attended by more than 150 students who were enlivened by the vision of “One Family Under God”. Mrs. Kamala Pradan, head teacher of PKG High School, was so pleased to attend and listen about this class together with all the students. The program was coordinated by Mr. Anil Panday , Project leader Kaski District.
GPYC-Nepal Organizes a Fundraising Event to Support Senior Citizen and Conflict Victim ChildrenA fundraising event was held on Friday, 18th November 2011, in support for the old men and women, and children of Aama ko Ghar. The unconditional hard work was through the efforts of young motivated youths who collected a total amount of Eight Thousand One Hundred Fifty Seven Rupees (Rs 8,157) cash. During the fundraising time, these youths were all stirred up in approaching people because of their eagerness to help and support others. The fund was handed over next day (Saturday 20th November) to Mrs. Dil Sobha Shrestha, founder of Aama ko Ghar .At present, there are 85 aged and conflict victim children sheltering at the same house where Mrs. Shrestha is staying. The house, which was given by her father, is now a home for homeless individuals. For more photos please click here
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