Arts Competition at ECDCChildren know how to express themselves without inhibitions or preconceived notions. This was evident at an art competition jointly organized by Global Peace Volunteers, Students of Rehdon Higher Secondary School and Marut Bal Manch Rehdon Higher Secondary School to among 14 students of Early Childhood Development Center (ECDC) on 3rd September 2011. ECDC provides shelter and education to 38 children whose parent (single or both) are in prison. The event has been created to develop the essence of life for these children and to allow them to express their talents and show the rainbow of attributes within themselves. Biraj Gurung received the first prize award . Lila Ghale, a class 1 student was awarded as the second placer and Sony Sherpa , a class 3 pupil received the third prize. The prizes were provided through the prolific effort of GPV Rehdon HSS and GPV Marut
Quiz Contest and Cleanliness Program Conducted in Bhawani L. S. School, KavreTwo admirable programs were held on Thursday, 1st September 2011 at Bhawani Lower Secondary School, Mahadevsthan,Kavre. Quiz Contest and Cleanliness Program were held simultaneously on that day. The quiz contest tackled questions about Science, Geography, Sports, Politics and social. The lucky winners were Manish Paudel , Roshan Paudel and Suzata Sapkota of Everest Group ; Basant Paudel , Manoj Paudel and Subas Bista of Annapurna Group and Sandesh Paudel , Sandeep Shrestha and Rupa Bista of Ganesh Himal Group received the first , second and third prize,respectively . The cleanliness program was held at the school campus itself and participated by students .Mr. Bimal Paudel of NASA International College, program coordinator , stressed the importance of students’ contribution to promote the idea of recycling and to keep a check if proper recycling procedures are being followed in school. The students had been encouraged
Fourth World Library Day Celebration in KathmanduFourth Library Day was celebrated on 1st September 2011. The purpose of the celebration was to enlist the active cooperation of school authorities, NGO’s, INGO’s, librarians and students in building up and enlarging libraries. Campaigners lobbied at the ground of Birkhutimandap and thereafter rally began with hundreds of campaigners and supporters. They marched to sahidgate and end to kamaladhi Russian Cultural Centre where the closing ceremony was held. GPYC-Nepal , GPA-Nepal and SFP dynamically participated during the rally and joined in celebration of the auspicious occasion of 200 years library establishment in Nepal. It is always good to be reminded of our library heritage and the idea of promoting libraries is very essential in our country because “illiteracy” will lead into poor life chances, slow development of nation and social isolation. “Global Peace Library” is one project of GPYC-Nepal and some libraries have
3- Day Workshop on New Leadership Paradigm held in SurkhetA 3-Day seminar Workshop was held on 24th to 26th August 2011 in association with Global Peace Festival Foundation (GPFF).The workshop with a theme of “New Leadership Paradigm” took part by eighty participants from Surkhet District. Extensive leadership Development Training can take raw potential of young men and women and channel them into positive attributes that produce astonishing results. On the last day of the seminar, Campus Chief of Birendranagar Multiple Campus Mr. Keshar Singh Rana appreciated the organizers and expressed his expectations to see more programs as such in coming days. He also promised to send more participants in the upcoming program. Mr. Bindu Raj Adhikari, Member secretary of Bagmati River of Peace Campaign and Mr. Gopal Bahadur Bohara, President of National Culture and Education Foundation stood as the main lecturers of the seminar.Ms. Sumitra Ghmire was the coordinator of the program. Several
Youth Power in Action29th August 2011 Although the world has entered into the 21st Century, still a lot of people have been suffering from numerous untoward illnesses due to ignorance or perhaps good health habits are being taken for granted. In reaction to this unpleasant situation, GPYC-Nepal has been continuing waste management awareness campaign and sanitation. On bright Monday morning, August 29, 2011, sixty participants of Gyangunj College and two representatives of GPYC, Mr. Thaneshwor Gautam and Mr. Kedar Lamichhane started the rally from Gyankunja College to Janamaitri College, Kuleshwor and returned back to Gyankunja College. As they walked along the road, they picked up and cleaned rubbish dumped along the street. They drew the public’s attention to keep out a mess and dispose wastes properly into its appropriate bin. Sanitation Awareness program was held after the rally which took place at Gyankunj College. College’s Principal
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