Fundraising Support for the Children of ECDC30th July, 2011. As the growing number of children in prison has increased noticeably, there is heightened awareness of the potential for exploitation and abuse to these children who spent part of their life in jail. Fortunately, there are some affectionate groups of individuals who are earnestly building effective and sustainable support systems for these vulnerable children. One good example is the Early Child Development Centre (ECDC). Large numbers of unfortunate children are staying here and the basic needs are agonizingly apparent such as food, clothing, and medical care. To promote self-reliance, ECDC has started income-generating activities. Craft, for instance, made of recycled materials such as hair-bonds, clips, earrings, bags and flags have been producing by the children themselves. Those are the fundraising materials which were sold by the GPYC volunteers. An hour of fundraising activity was done on the 30th July and collectively
Leadership Peace Vision Environment Education Seminar28th July, 2011 There has to be a new perspective…….There has to be a new attitude…………… The majority of young people spend most of their times in socializing and involving in different activities – passively or actively, some positive, some negative. But if they are rooted, both in terms of moral compass and identity, then, they surely know where to stand. The consummation of the 3-Day seminar workshop has brought a positive impact on the lives of these youths and sees this as a stepping point mainly to pursuit the direction for improvement of our society. At this event organized by GPYC, young thinkers from various academic institutions were brainstormed, socialized and benefited immensely from in-depth presentations of well-experienced lecturers. Truly, the time has come for the young generation to work in order to achieve the aspirations of the people. A representative among the participants
Service Project at Aged Shelter in Pokhara24th July, 2011 Upholding the vision of “One Family under God”, volunteers from Korea and Nepal joined their hands together in serving our elderly in Pokhara. A service project was done at “Aged Shelter” to serve our less-fortunate elderly abandoned by their families. These volunteers helped and assisted them in their ADL’s (Activity of Daily Living) which include personal care, mobility, meal preparation and some household chores and in the end has brought brightness and cheerfulness to all. They also had cultural presentation wherein Korean volunteers performed a pleasant song while others danced together. Global Poomashi – a service exchange project in partnership with GPYC-Nepal was successfully implemented on this remarkable day. Speaking at the program, Mr. Anil Panday, project leader Kaski District, said that elders should stay with their family but due to unwanted problems they are preferred to live at
Interaction Program on the Topic of Global Peace23rd July 2011.Pokhara- Students from fifteen Colleges together with volunteer students from Korea gathered and met at Tribhuvan University- Kanya Campus and discussed on the subject of “The Role of Youth for Global Peace”. The program was organized by GPYC-Nepal Pokhara branch .Mr. Anil Panday, Project leader Kaski District, emphasized that family is the source of love and peace. He added that it is very important to create a model ideal family and expand into society, nation and world which will finally create one family under one God. The program was highly efficient and adored by youth of pokhara
GPYC Support Sport materials and Solar Light to Jana Kalyan Primary School, TanahunJuly 29, 2011 Tanahun – Some Two hundred villagers welcomed GPYC – Korean volunteers at Janakalyan Primary School , Deurali Village , Tanahun District . GPYC-Korean volunteers donated sport materials and solar lights to aid these students in their studies. The village, as one of the remote area in Tanahun, has not receiving enough facilities such as electricity and some school materials. “All Light” is one of Global Poomashi’s projects. Speaking at the program, Ms. Yanjin said, “We think primary education is very important for children as it shapes their future”. Mr. Anil Panday, project leader, Kaski District, said that the mission of GPYC is to create One Family under God. “With the same objective, Korean volunteers came here to help this village”. Mrs. Sushila Adhikari, Janakalyan Primary School Principal, informed that the school has not yet receiving any kind
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