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Ban on single-use plastic shopping bags vigorously moving ahead

Chandol to be the first plastic bags free place in Kathmandu Chandol area will soon become plastic bags free. It will be the first large colony (residential area) in Kathmandu to go for community enforced ban on plastic shopping bags. ‘No Thanks! I Carry My Own Bag’- a campaigg of GenNep Nation First is engaging hundreds of volunteers to work towards the cause. With activesupport of Bishal Milan Kendra (BMK), an active community club of Chandol, the campaign took its first step to introduce the idea of environment-friendly shopping bags at a large social gathering. Various events and activities are running under this process of making Chandol plastic bags free. Several active volunteers are interacting continuously with the local residents making them understa...

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Project Heritage Care Kicks-off

Tundaldevi Mandir cleaned The project Heritage Care started with a temple clean-up program. Tundaldevi Mandir at Chandol, Kathmandu is cleaned-up by The Gen Nep- Nation First volunteers along with active participation of schools’ students and locals of Chandol area. The clean-up program was successfully carried out inthree phases on three consecutive weeks.  The first phase could plough the seed of awareness and inspire the locals of Chandol area. As a result, in the second phase, The Gen Nep volunteers were joined by the students of a local school and community policemen in cleaning the temple premises. Likewise, many local residents also participated in clea...

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An initiative to provide 10 thousand scholarships yearly from Nepalis to Nepalis started

Sadbhaw Scholarships supported 100 students 100 needy and deserving students from Saptari and Parsa districts have been supported under “Sadbhaw Scholarships”, a program that aims to reach out to all 75 districts and provide scholarships from Nepalis to Nepalis. 40 students from four schools and 60 from five schools of Saptari and Parsa respectively, studying in secondary level have been supported. The scholarship distribution program was made possible with the initiation and active participation of group of reputed local civil society members under ‘Sadbhaw Samaj’, at both district. ...

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Ban on single-use plastic shopping bags vigorously moving ahead

Chandol to be the first plastic bags free place in Kathmandu Chandol area will soon become plastic bags free. It will be the first large colony (residential area) in Kathmandu to go for community enforced ban on plastic shopping bags. ‘No Thanks! I Carry My Own Bag’- a campaigg of GenNep Nation First is engaging hundreds of volunteers to work towards the cause. With activesupport of Bishal Milan Kendra (BMK), an active community club of Chandol, the campaign took its first step to introduce the idea of environment-friendly shopping bags at a large social gathering. Various events and activities are running under this process of making Chandol plastic bags free. Several active volunteers are interacting continuously with the local residents making them understand the campaign a...

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Hamri Bahini bio-degradable bags reaching top of the world

Gets Orders from Italy too Green bio-degradable cotton bags of Hamri Bahini are all set to reach the highest peak of the world, Mt. Everest. The skilled bahinis of Hamri Bahini- a Green Social Enterprise have made oxygen mask bags which will now be used by the climbers to the peak. Not only this, our green cotton bags are getting way to the international market too. The Hamri Bahini Cotton bags are being test marketed in Italy. A smaple order of  Fashion 100 more bags are made from Italy. Some 50 bags sent earlier were sold in no time. The Bahinis, natuarally, are happy with these rather prestigious orders....

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