Young Leaders find Common Ground at Leadership Development SeminarIn celebration of International Youth Day, GPYC-Nepal organized a 2-day Youth Leadership Development Seminar to discuss the significant role of youth as future leaders and innovators. To ensure that we are engaging not only with the leaders of today, but also the leaders of tomorrow, the seminar educated today’s generation of young people which is the most interconnected group in the world as defined by their energy , mind , and skills. Most of our youth are passionately driven by the economic and social conditions. However, just as they can make tremendous contributions to improvement and development, our youth can also be vulnerable to different forms of susceptibility. The seminar focused on central theme “Empowering youth through Positive, Constructive, and Innovative Approach “with sub-theme of the International Youth Day , “Youth Migration: Moving Development Forward.” Under this theme, the seminar offered
Youth Lead Blood Donation Camp and Set Good Example to SocietyIn observance of World Blood Donor Day, GPYC-Nepal organized a blood donation camp that serves awareness of the need for safe blood. With the slogan "Rakta Daan Jivan Daan , Rakta Daan Maha Daan “ (Let’s give blood, let’s save life)‚ the campaign focus on the value of donated blood that help saves life of any individual suffering from life-threatening conditions. It also enlightens youth awareness on the importance of voluntary blood donation which not only saves life but also helps, both, the donor and recipient to live a healthy and productive life. Donors were given a brief health screening prior to giving blood to check for any obvious signs of illness or conditions that would disqualify them from blood donation. According to Mr. Pradip Tiwari, a +12 Management student of Reliance College, “This is my first time to donate blood and I
Interaction Program and Plantation Drive Mark World Environment DayA host of events were held on Wednesday, 5th June 2013 on the occasion of World Environment Day. The program officially began by ceremonial planting and watering of a plant at the ground of GPYC-Nepal office followed by an inspiring message by the Chief Guest Mr. Ananta Raj Pandey, former Secretary, Minister of Home, Government of Nepal. Mr. Pandey stressed that through continued collaborative efforts, it is hoped that we can meaningfully manage and protect our environment. " We know that we cannot do this alone, our vision for the future will only be possible if we take decisive action now. We are here today to build an impact towards a healthy environment,” Mr. Pandey added. An awareness and interaction program to mark the occasion was attended by around thirty five students and volunteers. During the symposium, the students
U-GEN Supports in Building National and Global Culture of Peace and UnityThe second U-Gen seminar was held on May 29-30, 2013. The Unified Generation leadership seminar under the theme “Encouraging and Motivating youth towards creative, constructive, innovative and positive approach “was conducted at GPYC-Nepal hall, Bansbari wherein 12 students from Rastriya Sungava Boarding High School (NOBS) and British Gurkha Academy (BGA) participated. The U-GEN workshop presents a very useful opportunity for youngsters. It has been conceived to bring out the leader hidden in every young person, and to prepare and mould them positively for their life ahead. The workshop had five sessions on diverse subjects and introduced the young minds to what harmony and team work really means, and infuses in them the key traits of a good leader to bringing a national and global culture of peace. In between sessions were selected ice-breaking activities intended to develop unity and creativity. Each
Environmentally Conscious Youth Launches Clean up DriveAround thirty five passionate students gathered on early morning Tuesday, 21st May, 2013 to kick start a drive to clean up the stretch from Chakrapath junction to Bansbari, Maharajgunj. Enabling eco-friendly individuals, teachers, traffic officers and the community to respect and care for our environment. The drive was launched by the Discipline In charge of British Gurkha College Mr. Gopal Sapkota. “It is one of our main concerns to help in protection of environment. We must join hands together with the civil society to ensure sustainable development of our surrounding,” Mr. Sapkota said. This half-day program was divided into three parts: Creating awareness, the substantial Cleaning, and the Post-activity reflection. As part of ‘creating awareness’, the group focused on motivating people to stop throwing garbage along the street , providing information with the effect of pollution to our health and the importance
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