Make Your Own Solar Bottle Bulb

What will you do with an empty bottle in your hands ?

A litre bottle for what you consumed from it for a while some time back is going to change lives of many or may it be us itself. Yes, its interesting and we have heard a lot of it earlier if any of us have already did from the stories from Alfredo Moser's story in Brazil, Coca Cola's Liters of Light Turn Bottles Into Bulbs in India, Angelo Diaz's MyShelter Foundation in the Philippines along with other 20 more countries like Bangladesh, Tanzania, Argentina, Fiji and in our very own country NEPAL with an amazing energetic team at Ujyalo Foundation with their 'Project Ujyalo' initaitive  .  
Let us not share you everything right away with that empty bottle in your hand rather we would want you to experience you change that into a Solar Bottle Bulb Ujyalo Foundation launches its first ever 'Youth in Action Series' this 2nd August, 2014. But before that you need to signup the following form available below before 20th July, 2014.


Like Pramila Shahi there are around 200+ household that Project Ujyalo has already brought smiles on many faces and that has impacted to larger differences as with the success growth in each household. 

Amuda Mishra the founder of Ujyalo Foundation took this as her initiative as part of her participation at Clinton Global Initiative University (CGIU) ‘Commitment to Action’ plan in the year 2013 through which she and the team were able to install 135 units of “solar-bottle-bulb” in 90 homes mostly housed by dom ethnic groups (the untouchables) in Birgunj. After the successful implementation Amuda with her team including Sanjog Manandhar, Annie Guo, Merina Dangol and others have made their commitment to train more young minds through the "Youth in Action Series" as well as reaching out to schools and colleges for more of similar training programs. Currently, the initiative has been featured in several national and international media included with campaign support from universities here in Nepal and abroad. 


Be part of the amazing initiative with the commitment to light up 
1000 households by 2015 with 'Project Ujyalo' initiative. 

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World's largest human national flag

An event of attempt for the Guinness World Record by making World's largest human flag of Nepal. Every participant will hold a unique card and display it over head which will collectively form the national flag of Nepal, best through an aerial view.

Presenting the most unique flag to the world, this event aims to bring together around 35,000 Nepalese, breaking the earlier record:
The largest human national flag consists of 28,957 participants and was achieved by Punjab Youth Festival 2014, organized by Sports Board Punjab at the National Hockey Stadium in Lahore, Pakistan on 15 February 2014.

Organizer

Human Values for Peace and Prosperity, Non-profit organization, committed to strengthen human values, bridging the difference, celebrating and honoring the diversity; all aiming towards peaceful and prosperous society.

Messages this event delivers:
  • We are one under our national flag.
  • Celebrating the " diversity" and uniting the "differences"
  • When we all are together, Nepal is complete
  • Together we stand, divided we fall



    This event is not possible without support from everyone of us. It is also a matter of pride and other way an opportunity to the beginning of our relationship to bring positive differences.

    You are encouraged to visit DECC hall, 4th floor, United World Trade Center, at anytime in between 8 am to pm, to register as participant and/or volunteer in this event. The final event is in August 9,2014, Saturday, 6-9 am, at Tundikhel Kathmandu

Prabesh Koirala from Budhanilkantha School selected as one of 5 winners to represent NEPAL at IOAA

National Astronomy Olympiad 2014 ( NAO-2014), first Astronomy Olympiad in Nepal, has finally selected its 5 winners who will participate in the 8th International Olympiad in Astronomy and Astrophysics (IOAA) during August in Suceava, Romania. NAO 2014 was launched in the month of January, 2014 and the applications were opened the same time by holding selection exam on March 22 where many participants from all across Nepal participated out of which 20 students were selected. Later in May,  Pre-Closed Camp was held with 12 students  participating and Closed Camp from June 1-7 where 5 winners - Ashirbad Acharya, Bibek Kumar Pandit, H C Regan Babu Bhatta, Kiran Adhikari and Prabesh Koirala selected through our closed camp to represent Nepal at IOAA with the Nepal delegation.

Here is what Prabesh Koirala has to share with +View Your Choice- तपाईको सोचाई हाम्रो रोजाई -
"I am an ignorant fresh graduate from Budhanilkantha School.  I was born and raised at the foothills of Machhapuchre and at the city of lakes.  

I am ignorant because I take nothing for-granted.  And there is benefit of being foolish- the more you are foolish the more you will learn. I was a ‘why and how’ boy from my earliest childhood. I remember having keen interest in physics. I loved it as it depicted a complete me. Like me, physics never presumed anything instead rummaged for logic, behind the happening.
I have watched the night sky as a child with my grandfather beside me, telling me the story of the stars. Every different stars etched on the sky was a different story. They were not just stars but something more. Till this day, whenever I sit under the stars, I gaze at them like I watched it the very first time, as a naïve child. I seek the stories myself. At times, I feel down for not having my grandfather by me. But then, from the abyss of my heart I know that the brightest one is him. 
I participated in NAO to seek answers about the stars. Are the stories a myth or reality? Why are there stars on the sky? Why is the sky not pitch-black but filled with white dots that twinkle? And from the experience of the closed camp, I am very sure that I would find the answers soon. 
I see myself as a jet of water: powerful, destructive, essential yet very easy to mould. 
The passage that I would be provided will determine my shape. And IOA is the passage that will shape me to a great thinker who wonders on the realm of logic. I cannot say that I am the most powerful jet of water yet I can guarantee that I am the most efficient. Even if I get beaten down by the challenges I would dare to stand up and drive myself beyond my estimated potential .Believe me, every single drop of me will yield its greatest output. 
Forgive me but I will not change for the sake of attending IOAA. I shall still be the naïve child who stares at the stars not to know about their position in space but to know about the story my grandfather would have told me, had he been right by me looking at the same star."

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