Service Project at Rakshya Nepal OrphanageRakshya Nepal Orphanage received a memorable support and love from volunteers of GPYC and students of Aishirwad College on the 16th July 2011. The day was an effort to serve the children and make them happy .The volunteers bathed them, washed their clothes and cleaned their rooms. Soon after, they fed them with delicious snacks and distributed stationeries and sanitary materials. The project entitled “The Small Effort by us to give Free Service” was conducted and coordinated by Ms. Mala Singh and Mr. Ishori Thapa at Lainchour, Kathmandu. Ms. Sabajaj Yusisiya, a volunteer of Rakshya Nepal, thanked GPYC for inspiring volunteers in organizing a gracious program.
Nepalese and Korean Volunteers' Solidarity for Social WorkLocal and International volunteers gathered together on 16th July 2011 at GPYC office, Bansbari. Twelve International volunteers arrived from Korea led by Mr.Sunghoon Ki and Ms.Yejin Bae. They were heartily welcome by GPYC staffs and volunteers on Saturday afternoon. The program began by singing the National anthem and thereafter followed by introduction of each individual. Also, a brief presentation of GPYC Nepal activities was presented by Mr. Dhruba Prasad Lamichhane. Both groups discussed certain projects which have been planning to be done soon. They had a chance to know more about each other after they were assigned to each others’ partners. They shared the rest of the evening by having a delicious typical Nepali dinner together.
Speech Competition on the topic of "Population Explosion:A Global Challenge"For the accomplishment of their designed project, AJW College students organized a speech competition on the topic of “Population Explosion: A Global Challenge”. In collaboration with GPYC-Nepal, the program was held on July 11, 2011 at AJW College. Fifteen competitors took part and the award goes to Evan Ratna Tuladhar, Mahima Ghale, DIvash Rijal, and Utsav Niroula and Neha Banu Uddin won the first, second, third and fourth position, respectively in English speech competition. Speaking at the occasion, Dr. Bharati Sharma Regmi,Anaesthesiologist at Gangalal Heart Centre , said that if youth contribute something for the society they could do more for the improvement of the nation.”A good man is the one who can organize and develop different kinds of productive activities and devote himself to lead the right path for the nation’s progress”. The program chairperson was Mr. Pratik Bhandari .Sovit Subedi
Global Youth Change Maker Assembly9th July 2011, a picnic assembly was held at Martyr Memorial Natural Foundation Tribhuvan Park Thankot. Fortunately the weather last Saturday held just long enough for all to enjoy the Assembly picnic. The Global Youth Change Maker Assembly was a one day gathering picnic with games and entertainment for all GPYC staffs, volunteers and students. The natural environment brought a pleasant day to all. Those who were assigned and given responsibilities for the coming activities commit themselves to fulfill their work effectively.
Global Peace Library established in Kalikot DistrictThe first library named “Global Peace Library” has been established in Shree Bidhya Loti High School,Luayata Raku ,Kalikot District by Global Peace Youth Corps-Nepal(GPYC-Nepal) and Global Peace Association (GPA) on 30th June 2011. Kalikot is a mountainous area and remote district which lies in Karnali zone, mid-western development region. There are no adequate books for the students studying in the schools of Kalikot. In this district, there are neither stationeries nor any library for the locals who are not aware about formal education. GPYC-Nepal and GPA launched the library in this district to help the locals especially the students for a better education. Suresh karki, GPYC – Nepal project leader and Netra Prasad Devkota coordinated this historical project in Kalikot. They brought the books from Manma (headquarter of kalikot) to the school paying fifteen rupees (Rs 15) per kilo. The library is now
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