Global Poomasi in Nepal (Service Exchage )“Spirit of Volunteerism – Korean –Nepalese volunteers” UNITING AS A ONE FAMILY 8th February, 2011 Together with Nepalese and Korean Volunteer having discussion for their project and buying the things and arrange the orientation program whey they have to do actually in first meet they become close as a one family member. A joint scheme of GPYC Nepal and GPYC Korea combined across the well known top of the world as young volunteers from both countries united and shared their will power to serve children and aged from remote areas of Nepal. 9th February, 2011 Bhaktapur district --- Shree Balmikashor lower Secondary School at Sudal V.D.C Hundreds of children who were attending their class at an old dirty room are now enjoying the newly painted and well arranged library and classroom done by these energetic volunteers.A colorful self painted bags were handed among these children as
2 Days Seminar By Hirohiki Tosaka2 Days Leadership Seminar held” Two days workshop was attended by 28 leaders and future leaders on 8th and 9th March 2011 at GPYC office. ILTP Program coordinator, Mr.Hirohiki toshaka from USA arrived in Nepal to serve as the main lecturer of the seminar. He emphasized the importance of the quality of a leader which includes character, lifestyle, and conviction. By citing the example of US military armies’ value; don’t lie, don’t cheat, a true leader must possess and practice the three absolutes: love faith, obedience. Team work, as one of the core value of GPYC, was weathered against each team as they compete during a football match on the 2nd day of the seminar. The winning team beyond doubt proved that achieving a goal is evidently feasible through team work. Meanwhile, a number of reflections outspoken from some leaders in the class with
14 College Participate in 2 Days Leadership Seminar“College Students participated in Peace Education Seminar” A total of twenty eight students from fourteen colleges in Kathmandu gathered on Feb. 25, 26, 27 at GPYC Headquarter office in Bansbari to attend a three day workshop. Addressing the theme “Apply, Embody, Execute”, the peace education seminar was a stimulating and stirring activity directly involved in service education. It was accomplished simultaneously through a cognitive and experiential approach in classroom and field area, respectively.The students were divided into four teams wherein each team selects a particular family to serve throughout a day. An illustration of this is house cleaning, washing clothes, cooking, and even serving tea. These young volunteers demonstrated the qualities of a genuine service to others. Twelve colleges submitted a project proposal concerning their aim and goal of unconditional service towards their community.Students from Nobel College, for instance, set a time frame
GPYC Volunteer Make Difference in Shivaratri Festival2nd March, 2011.Shivaratri Festival Volunteer Program: There were 170 volunteer mobilized by GPYC – Nepal in Pashupati temple during the Shivaratri festival jointly with Pashupati bikash kosh. During the volunteerism volunteer feel pleasure to serve others and get more confidence him self to serve the community . 26th February is a time for them to empower themselves by different person presentation on Shivapuri secondary school dividing to team and getting know each other by icebreaking program.
Certificate Distribution of Global Peace Festival South Asia 2010Participants and Volunteers Certificates Distribution Program of Global Peace Festival South Asia 2010 GPYC Nepal is distributing participation certificates and Appreciation letter to those organizations or institutions or persons who applied the form of participation in Global Peace Festival South Asia for either one event or three events. During the three historical events, On 21st September, 2010 the International Day of Peace where 40 thousand people took part in “Peace March” from Dasarath Stadium to Basantapur Durbar Square for peace and constitution. Many chief personals spoke about sustainable peace and constitution where was like Mr. Daman Nath Dhungana, former speaker of house of parliament, Chairman, Nepal Bar Association, Mr. Bhaskar Raj Rajkarnikar, vice president, FNCCI, Mr. Umesh Shrestha, President, HISSAN, Mr. Rajesh Shreshta, President, PABSON and Mr. Dhruba Prasad Lamichhane, President, GPYC- Nepal. There was historic gathering of 10 thousand youth
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