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GPV-Club Members' One Day Seminar
6th August, 2011         Fifty one volunteers from nine Academic Institutions recently met up for a One Day seminar. Participants excitedly gathered on Saturday morning at GPYC office Bansbari generating a feeling of Junior United Nations in session!     After a couple of hours of lectures and presentations, all team from each institution prepared and presented their proposed projects in high emotional state. All groups were determined to carry out  the following projects : Drama Competition by Valley Public Higher SecondarySchool, Distribution of Stationery Items to Marginalized Children of Chabahil by Bon Skylark International Secondary  School, Cleaning of Temple by Manjari Secondary  School, Sanitation Program around School Area by Arun Jyoti Vidhya Mandir, Drawing Competition by Bhadrakali English Secondary School, Awareness Program on Drug Abuse by BN Academy, Cleaning Program around School by Kantipur Academy Higher Secondary School Jorpati, Distribution of  Clothes, food and
Cleanliness Awareness Outreach:Essay and Speech Competition
 5th August, 2011        Friday 5th August at Bhangal ,Kathmandu  nine competitor of class six to class ten students competed on a speech and gave a 5 to 7 minute talk on the topic “The Role of Students to keep the City Clean”.    The speech competition hosted by GPYC was complemented by GPV-Club of Valley Public Higher Secondary School.Four judges examined and rated the nine competitors - Bikash Karki  ,Dhisil Bhattarai and John Sharma who received  the first , second and third position ,  respectively.     Mr. Resham Raj Sharma, Vice- Principal, Valley Public H.S.S., said students play a good role in Environmental protection. He is pleased to see his students taking part in this good quality program.Upon listening the speeches of those competitors , around two hundred thirty students’ audiences were motivated to be responsible in keeping the city clean.        
Waste Management Program at National Multiple College
  4th August, 2011  A critical component in any waste management program is public awareness and participation, in addition to appropriate technical support and adequate funding whether government or private assistance. Waste is the result of human activities and everyone needs to have a proper understanding on waste management issues. The detail of the program aimed at educating school teachers, faculties and students on waste management issues and a specialized explanation, encouragement and presentation on waste and litter control. National Multiple College welcomed GPYC-Nepal in organizing a very special event at their campus on the 4th of August.  Mr. Mahendra Lamichhane of GPYC gave a presentation regarding the organization’s vision , mission and activities.  The College’s Chairman Dr. Tri Netra Pradhan expressed his concern regarding this matter. “The Ministry of Environment should bring out strict rules and regulations to save rivers, everyone should dissolve
Public Awareness: The key to successful waste management
 29 July, 2011     It is difficult to solve the problems created by wastes without broad community support and involvement. To ensure that everyone is aware of the problem and the solution running in our mind, GPYC‘s staffs, volunteers and participants visited in each and every houses around New Baneshwor area on the 29th July and directly educated and provided opportunities to people to be involved in waste segregation through teaching them how to separate recyclable and non-recyclable wastes.     Successful community awareness campaign can change people’s habits. Much more, GPYC is popularly known as a youth change maker! Majority of youths if empowered will not participate in any pain staking activities rather be engage in any righteous work.     In partnership with Solid Waste Management and Technical Support Center, Ministry of local Development, Government of Nepal, hundreds of jute bags were provided in each household
Fundraising Support for the Children of ECDC
30th 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
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Youth connect Summer camp

 April  21 - 23, 2018  (Saturday,Sunday  & Monday) at Baneshwor  May  18, - 20, 2018 ( Friday, Saturday, Sunday ) at UniGlobe Kamaladi  June 10 - 12, 2018  (Saturday, Sunday, Monday ) at Bansbari  July 20 - 22, 2018 ( Friday, Saturday, Sunday ) at SWC Bashundara  August  17 - 19, 2018 ( Friday, Saturday, Sunday) at Baneshwor

Web Design Course

Starting From: 26th November 2016 (११ मङ्सिर २०७३) Day: Every Saturday Charges: Free of cost Time: 11:00am - 2;00pm Venue: GPYC Nepal, Hattigauda, Kathmandu, Nepal     At the end of the course one will understand HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, Bootstrap, Wordpress and will create own website.    

Inter College Panel Discussion

Welcome the  participation of +2 and college level students to gain confidence, explore and share views on the topic the importance of education 

Workshop on Play for Peace

Title : Play for Peace  Date : April 23 - 24,  2016 Venue : GPYC Hall #53 Hattigauda Kathmandu Nepal 

World Without Borders

Theme: Living Diversity Date: August 15          September 20          October 17           November 21           December 12 Venue : GPYC learning center                Hattigauda     

Udaudo Yuwa

Young leaders forum and project discussion every Wednesday at 1pm All are welcome to join and share your ideas. Let us LEARN and SHARE

Manojigyasa Youth talk show Radio Program

  Manojigyassa    every Saturday   5:15  to  6:00 pm    90 MHZ Ujalo FM  

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