Presentation Competition on the topic "The Role of Nepalese Youth to Uplift the Nation from Third World to First World"Global Peace Youth Corps-Nepal (GPYC-Nepal) organized a presentation competition on the topic of “The Role of Nepalese Youth to Uplift the Nation from Third World to First World”. The competition was participated by three competitors of Martyr Ramnath Memorial College, Banasthali on 11th November, 2011. Judges Mr. Milan Paudel and Mr. Umesh Adhikari examined and rated the contents of Presentation in the most rational manner whereby the best presentation was awarded to Ms. Pratiba Panta. Additionally, Ms. Pramanda Poudel and Ms. Panisha Mishra received the second and third place, respectively. Speaking at the Program, Mr. Ram Prasad Poudel, Campus Chief of MRM College, appreciated the efforts made by the participants as well as the initiative project of GPYC to organize such program to create a healthy mind and develop the skills and knowledge of students in response to uplifting our own
GPV Committee Formed at Sunshine and Ha.Ma.Secondary SchoolSunshine Boarding School and Ha. Ma. Secondary School got its Global Peace Committee .The committee formation was held on Tuesday, November 8, 2011. The GPV committee was formed under the guidance of GPYC School Level District coordinator Ms. Pabitra Lama.Ms.Lama presented an introduction of the activities and vision of GPYC. Around 50 students were present during the committee formation. The assembly elected five members each under the chairmanship of Ms. Subarna Lama and Mr. Sunil Kumar Pokharel of Sunshine B.S and Ha.Ma. S.S., respectively. All committee were very excited to take the roles and responsibilities of GPV as they believe that doing good works are respectable indeed. Class Teachers of Ha. Ma .S.S. Mr. Krishna Prasad Bhattarai and Mr. Santosh Tandeya supported the vision and mission of GPYC as both of them encouraged and explained to the students the important
GPYC 1-Day Service at Aama Ko Ghar HeldGlobal Peace Volunteers enthusiastically gathered at GPYC office, Bansbari on 22nd October, 2011 and directly moved on to Aama Ko Ghar, Rabi Bhawan, Kathmandu. Aama Ko Ghar, registered as Old Age Management Social Welfare Trust, is currently sheltering twenty five old men and women, mostly are disabled. Aside from them, forty three children are now staying in and studying at different schools. The volunteers energetically cleaned the home, made it neat and tidy, most especially the room. They also prepared tea and served them with biscuits and some chocolates for the children. Mrs. Dil Sobha Shrestha, founder of Aama Ko Ghar, expressed her appreciation towards the day activities. “We must realize their suffering and should have the heart of helping them”, said Mrs. Shrestha. The volunteers felt the satisfaction and pleasure of using their time in serving others rather than wasting
Rehab Center Youths motivated by GPYC VisionYouths under rehabilitation were inspired by Global Peace Youth Corps’ vision “One Family under God”. Fifteen youths who were influenced under drug addiction were enlightened through the presentation organized by GPYC-Nepal held at Drug & Alcohol Rehabilitation Centre, Golfutar, Kathmandu on 23rd September, 2011. In modern period, many people are wasting their valuable time due to certain causes. GPYC- Nepal conducted a movement for such type of individuals to be treated and enlightened by right vision. It also assists such nature of youth and help addicts and alcoholics recover. Alcohol dependency ruins the life of an addict, wrecks families and society, and in some cases, ends up ones careers. Every individual’s alcohol abuse has a different history, therefore, GPYC’s approach to guiding and educating them were based on general scale. The introduction of GPYC vision, mission, core values (living for greater good, ownership,
GPYC Presence at PET ConferenceGPYC-Nepal had played an active role in the organization of the conference as one of the co-partners which was held last 20 – 21 September 2011 at Mt. Kailash Resort, Lakeside-6, Pokhara. Vice President of Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal Rt. Hon. Parmanand Jha inaugurated the conference, and anticipated the promotion of sustainable peace, environment conservation and increment of tourism in Nepal through this grand Conference. Rt. Hon. Jha added that climate change, global warming and natural disaster cannot be controlled by one’s effort that is why this conference will assist to bring the conclusion towards its control. The Conference main aim is to bring together the knowledge, experience and the practices in three diverse sectors: Peace, Environment and Tourism, which will be beneficiary to all researchers, practitioners, policy makers, planners, GOs, NGOs, INGOs, COSs and Entrepreneurs to develop common understanding and
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