Youth Service Connects International and Intercultural Relation Among Young Nepalese and Korean VolunteersSix days period of engagement and contribution to community was organized on 11th to 16th July, 2012 by a total of twenty local and international student volunteers to further promote global citizenship, intercultural cooperation, and to foster understanding between each nationality as a same human family. The fourth Global Poomashi Project in Nepal was formally commenced on July 11, 2012 at the welcoming program for the Korean and local volunteers and staff. It ended with brotherhood and sisterhood ceremony among the Korean volunteers and their local counterparts that brings sharing, understanding, and respect of culture and tradition. The values of the project are experienced not only by the volunteers but also by some college students particularly the K& K International College students who participated in a Fundraising event that collected a total amount of NRs 4,000 as a contribution to helping
National Youth Empowerment Seminar Expands Youth Greatest Potential in Community Peace-building and DevelopmentJuly 13,2012 ------------ “Young people are the heartbeat of Nepal. They have big dreams. How many of you want to be the master of your own destiny?” To further spread the message from the International Chairman Dr. Hyun Jin Moon during his speech to a large crowd of young people gathered during the Global Peace Festival – South East Asia 2010, GPYC-Nepal has been continuously organizing youth empowerment seminar. On July 6 to 8, 2012, National Youth Empowerment Seminar for Sustainable Peace, Development, and Environmental Management was organized and held in Bastolathar, Pokhara, Kaski, Nepal. The Principal speaker of the session, Mr. Dhruba Prasad Lamichhane, GPYC-Nepal President, opened the event by outlining the core value of GPYC. He reminded all participants that they have the capacity and power to make a difference. He advised them to continue to seek opportunities to enhance their leadership
Educational Campaign Continues Awareness Program to Reinforce YouthJuly 1, 2012 --------------- Education equips the youth with understanding and comprehension they need to realize their potential. And a better quality of life education brings into huge advantages for society. Global Peace Youth Corps-Nepal launched the ‘Nationwide Youth Awareness Campaign’ 3 months ago and still on its ongoing endeavor towards enlightening a moral and innovative youth. A recent program was held in Kavre District on June 28, 2012 attended by 60 students of Indrawoti Higher Secondary School. The campaign, focuses on character education, anticipates promoting the importance of moral education and reinforcing the GPYC core values such as Dream Big, Teamwork, Living for the Greater Good, and Ownership. Mr. Mahesh Parajuli, GPYC-Nepal Project leader of Banepa District explained about raising awareness and generating youth participation is a good way to enhance the abilities and skills of young people in proper and
Motivational Seminar Generates Awareness to Enhance Youth CapabilitiesJune 29 , 2012 --------- With an aim to create awareness among students to cultivate a sense of leadership, morality, and responsibility, GPYC-Nepal in collaboration with Southwestern State College, organized a Youth Empowerment Seminar on June 28, 2012. The central theme of the seminar was ‘Empowering youth through creative, constructive, and positive way’. Some 40 students from Southwestern State College yesterday attended the seminar. “Today’s youth rises on the golden time of modern era, and they have ample opportunities to utilize it,” explained Mr. Dhruba Prasad Lamichhane, President of GPYC-Nepal, during his class presentation. “If the energy, skills, and intelligence of youth are properly utilized, then, the country can make headway. He then gave examples of true stories of successful famous persons in history. These incoming Class 11 students generated the feeling that every person is important and posses talents that could be developed
Youth Empowerment Seminar Creates Bright Vision to Young People of Bhaktapur DistrictJune 25,2012 ---------- It is the month of June or Asar in Nepali month and the result of SLC (Student Leaving Certificate) exam has been published. Some students obtain their expected result while others are disappointed. It is the time when most of them consult many experienced people from various streams for guidance in order to decide a stable and productive future. Global Peace Youth Corps-Nepal (GPYC-Nepal) believes that the involvement of youth locally and globally contributes to the strengthening of social equality and improving the opportunity for young people as a contributor for peace and development. As young leaders, it is indispensable to discuss and contribute ideas and methods to promote youth empowerment and participation. Assembling on the theme “Empowering Youth through Creative, Constructive and Positive Way “, 50 SLC appeared students gathered at Shree Krishna Higher Secondary School ,Bageshwori VDC1 Kharipati
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