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GPV Committee Support Unprivileged Students
Global Peace Volunteer Committee of Born Skylark Secondary School supported four unprivileged students of Active Secondary English School and Vinayak Secondary School by providing them with copies and pencils. The program was held to commemorate the auspicious occasion of Children’s Day (Bal Divas) on 15th September 2011.Each class performed dance and song during the program. The committee had collected a total cash amount of Seven hundred Rupees (NRS.700.00) fund through the generosity of some students who donated One Rupee (Rs 1) each day within twenty days. At the program, Mr. Dipak Panta, Chairperson of BSSS, Mr. Rabin Kafle, coordinator of BSSS and Mr. Goma Panta, Principal of BSSS spoke on children’s rights and volunteerism. They also encouraged the students to continue working for a good cause. Mr. Deepak Dewaly, GPV District Coordinator, gave a short speech about GPV introduction and children’s rights. 
Meeting with Vice President of Nepal Rt.Hon'ble Parmanand Jha
September 13 , 2011 GPYC-Nepal President met Rt. Hon'ble Parmanand Jha, Vice-President of Nepal and former Supreme Court Judge, at his residence in Lazimpat, Kathmandu. At the meeting, Mr. Dhruba Prasad Lamichhane, GPYC-Nepal President, gave a brief report of GPYC- Nepal activities. The Vice President appreciated the activities of GPYC-Nepal and encouraged the organization to work more for the betterment of the Nation. During the meeting there was a discussion regarding the present political, economic and socio-cultural situation of Nepal.  
One Day Global Peace Seminar
Global Peace Volunteer Committees gathered at GPYC-Nepal Office, Bansbari, Kathmandu on 10th September 2011.There were forty three students from seven schools around Kathmandu participated in One Day Global Peace Volunteer Seminar namely; Neighborhood Boarding High School, Mandikhatar, Jeevan Tara Academy, Arubari, Bouddha, Joseph International School, Hattigaunda, Kathmandu, Centinnial Secondary School, Jorpati, Kathmandu, Aum School, Budhanilkantha, Blue Bell English School, Shantinagar and Arunodaya Secondary School, Arubari Bouddha, Kathmandu. A Teacher from Blue Bell English School, Mr. Bivek Bhattarai attended the seminar as well. Lectures were given on topics ranging from GPYC Introduction by Mr. Thaneshwar Gauatam, GPV Introduction by Mr. Deepak Dewaly and “I can help” project by Mr. Bishwo Raj Kandel. The second part began with a short film highlighting the essence of what “determination” is all about. It was a real-life story based on Ryan’s life and a man without
Cleaning Project at Janakalyan Higher Secondary School
  GPYC- Nepal and Janakalyan H. S. School organized “Ground Cleanliness” program on September 5, 2011 at Mahankal, Bouddha, Kathmandu. Cleanliness is one main aspect to consider in rising on top where others may look up to as a model. Students were encouraged to maintain neat, tidy and clean so that they develop a good habit.   One hundred fifty participants including teachers, GPYC representatives and volunteers were gathered and set actions in cleaning the school’s campus. It was beneficial and learning experience for students, teachers and faculties who can contribute to the cleanliness of school and society at large.   Mrs. Narbada Pokharel, Principal of Janakalyan Higher Secondary School thanked GPYC and mentioned the advantages of the cleanliness program. Mr. Thaneshwar Gautam introduced the vision, mission and activities of GPYC. Likewise, Mr. Bishwo Raj Kandel , a representative of GPYC , explained about the
Arts Competition at ECDC
  Children 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
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Title : Play for Peace  Date : April 23 - 24,  2016 Venue : GPYC Hall #53 Hattigauda Kathmandu Nepal 

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