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The Rotary Club’s department of wastage management together with The EmPeace LABS Club Ananda Bhumi Boarding school in Kathmandu and other clubs in the school, organized a day training for parents and relatives about the management of domestic solid waste and the role of Vermicomposting useful in health care indirect prevention and in a sustainable agriculture as organic fertilizers.


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Supported by the company Surya Nepal Pvt Ltd, and organised by ChangeFusion Nepal, the country celebrated recently social entrepreneurs and change makers.


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Meeting at the Reliance English Secondary Boarding School (RESBS)


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Nepal is one of the biggest Touristic destination in South east Asia. The small and interesting country is more famous of its high Mountains (Everest & Himalaya) but surprisingly not everybody realize they have their own Calendar and that they are actually in the year 2070. The following statements will give you a brief overview on the development of the Calendar.


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Ananda Bhumi Boarding High School, celebrated on Wednesday 19th of February their 25 years of Excellence! The School is one of those we are experimentally introducing the Em Peace LABS Concept for high School students.


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Dr. Ajay Vinze is the Associate-Dean for International Programs & Associate vice Provost Graduate Education -Department of Information Systems (W. P. Carey School of Business) at ASU and recently during his Meeting rounds throughout Asia, he took opportunity through UCP SARnet invitation to pay a visit for the first time in Nepal. The following gives you a glimpse of his Visit.


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Building early Leaders & Community Activists through the EmPeace LABS Project.


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The 2nd October marks the Birthday of Mahatma Gandhi and is celebrated worldwide as the Nonviolence Day since 2007. This little narration gives you an insight of how the activities went on in "Jalgaon" the city that the Indian "Father of the Nation" has visited four times in his live, and in the midst of which lies his most fantastic dedicated memorial throughout India, "Gandhi Teerth" at the Gandhi Research Foundation.


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A glimpse on the India Literature and it importance in the history of civilization, by Friedrich Max Muller a remarkable German Linguist who was a Deputy Taylorian Professor of Modern European Languages at the Oxford University and who died crowned with the most honors and Awards a scholar could ever aspire to have.


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