Together for a better society : GPV Seminar27th August 2011. Youths are so energetic, creative, full of life and self-motivated. Yet, some find solace in doing things that are wrong. One advantage of keeping them busy of doing constructive ways is that they will strive for excellence on the area to improve their potentials and abilities in which thereafter can lead to societal development. With the aforementioned description, GPYC-Nepal conducted a 1-Day seminar to GPV committee on 27th August at GPYC office Bansbari. Around forty participants had a chance to form a group and designed a particular project based on their ideas in which sooner or later they can actualize. GPYC vision, mission, core value and overall activities were presented by Mr. Kiran Chandra Sapkota and GPV introduction by Mr. Deepak Deewaly. Mr. Shusil Koirala, Satya Sai School teacher remarked to support the activites of GPYC. He also admired the
120 Youth Graduated from Leadership/Peace Vision Education SeminarAn exact total number of 120 students from 22 various academic institutions in Pokhara gathered on 17th to 19th August. These young students had learned not only the subtopics rendered by lecturers but also involved mainly during a special event which was “The Anti-Corruption Rally “.The program sought a Peace vision education comprises youth as a role model in solving a nation’s conflict. Numerous activities had been done which gave an inspirational insight grasping the inward nature of the 3-Day program. Such activities were: One to One home visit, Project presentation and Anti-Corruption Awareness Rally. During this rally, a speech program was held which captured the attention of locals and media. Consequently,a remarkable news regarding the GPYC Anti-Corruption rally was published in all local newspapers the following day. Mr.Arjun Kumar Thapa,local Development officer of kaski District,Chief Guest during the Graduation Day stressed
Anti-Corruption Rally in PokharaChipledunga ,Pokhara – Approximately 200 students including leaders and members of GPYC gathered at August 18 rally against Corruption at Chipledunga,Human Rights chowk ,Pokhara. The Rally was started from Urban Development Training Centre, Nadipur, to Chipledunga,Pokhara wherein it has turned on speech program (Kodsaba) and drew several listeners and observers. Hundreds active youths demonstrated throughout the city against corruption,moral pervasion,dishonesty and jobbery by raising placards and banners and chanting slogans such as “Stop Corruption,Build a corruption-free Nation,Save the Nation”. Hundreds staged a peaceful march raising slogans condemning corruption despite a warm climate. The eagerness to stop corruption was obviously revealed by the concerned group of young individuals who love their own nation. Addressing the rally, GPYC –Nepal President Mr. Dhruba Prasad Lamichhane pointed out–“Youth have to stand against social evil so that we could build a better Nepal”. He further imparted his
Waste Management Awareness Rally Held in KathmanduGlobal Peace Youth Corps-Nepal (GPYC-Nepal), Kathmandu, on Tuesday 16th August organized a rally to create awareness on waste management.A vast majority of people in this planet are not aware of the fact that we are losing our mother earth.On the other hand, some concerned individuals are enthusiastically moving towards rescuing and saving it. Mr Anjan Pokharel, coordinator of Sirus College flagged off the rally in the presence of Mr. Thaneshwar Gautam, students and friends. Around 300 students marched from Sirus College going to kalanki to Sitapaila and end back to Sirus College premises. Students of classes 10 and 12 from Sirus College, students of classes 8 and 9 from Gyanoda and Rising Star Higher Secondary School carried placards and raised slogans on waste segregation. Chief Guest Mr. Pokharel said that we are directly and indirectly connected to environment so we should
Segregation:The Challenge of a Greener LifePart of living a greener life is indeed educating others. It seemed that everyone in the world have been aware of global warming, climate change and all sorts of other environmental concerns. GPYC-Nepal and Imadol Youth Club share a common goal to create environmental awareness. “Whatever we focus and expand in our awareness, meaning that if we are passionate about something, in a positive or negative way, then it will exist all around us –and that certainly how it seemed to me about the new green revolution”, said Mr. Dhruba Prasad Lamichhane , GPYC – Nepal President.That is why once again on the 13th August another environmental awareness program was held at Lalitpur involving 50 young energetic students collecting plastic bags in exchange of jute bags, cleaning the surroundings and giving awareness to all residents of the area. Mr. Chirring Lama, President
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