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The Real Heroes | Youtharia: Season-III | Green Youth Generation

by Balraj Arpit | 23-04-2013 07:59 recommendations 0 recommendations

From last two months, was very busy in studies and organization I'm running. You may heard about Green Youth Generation?s Youtharia: Season-III, an unique strategy to Think Globally, Act Globally.

I?m so honored that these young leaders are part of one of the largest student organization working in the field of Child Rights, Education and Environment. And, rockstar managing team who?re continuously working hard for the sake of our Mother Earth.

Amazingly, we?re achieving our goal and mission to make real difference in the World. There?s no doubt that our National/International Coordinators are doing great and have realized the true meaning living life. They know, what kind of future they want? There initiatives are changing lives of millions and motivating billions of people. Why? Why they?re doing so? There?s isn?t any financial support but there?s passion of doing right works and these esteemed young leaders so called Youtharians are doing so.

It takes some time to motivate someone but it worth a lot when those people understand its real meaning and value. Later, they make their identity in the World and speak up for CHANGE.

I?m not a vessel blower but sometime I act like the same.  

Here?s our effort of last two months. We?re reaching too many countries around the World spreading the word of sustainability and real meaning and value of the six letter word CHANGE.

1. Children's Health and Education, Nepal by Anish Sapkota, along with volunteering members with a aim to address children problems, their status and with a will to train children how to wash their hand each before/after meal, after toilet and every time after each works they perform.


Describe the parents over there about the harmful effect of poor water and bad sanitation and convince students to practice for proper health care in days to come.

2. Blood Camp by Yasir Ahmed, Pakistan.




On 25th and 26th March 2013 there has been a Blood Camp held in University of Management and Technology in which many of students donated their blood for a noble cause. 

The purpose of this blood camp was to get maximum of donors who could donate blood so that we could save the lives of little shinny kids who are a victim of Thalassemia disease.

3. Educated Tree Initiatives, Kenya by Momanyi Kelvin Nyariaro.


This was a one day Easter event that was organized by the Green Youth Generation in partnership with a few skilled scouts members of the University of Nairobi. The aim was to empower the secondary schools students with life skills, educational skills, interaction skills, religious skills and to create awareness of the available opportunities for them in the University and other educational centres in Kenya. 



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  • Sabin Sapkota says :
    Thank you for sharing.
    Posted 27-08-2013 16:21

  • Raunak Kapur says :
    Simply wonderful
    Posted 29-04-2013 22:40

  • Arushi Madan says :
    Amazing range of tasks balraj. All the best for your further activities. I am sure people like you can bring a change .
    Posted 28-04-2013 13:46

  • Raunak Kapur says :
    gr8 initiative...
    Posted 28-04-2013 04:26

  • Balraj Arpit says :
    @simran, saroj, mahsinur, rajashree, geetika, firas and pratap....thanks all your loving comments and best wishes..
    Posted 28-04-2013 02:25

  • firas douss says :
    Nice report dear friend :) ..
    Posted 25-04-2013 17:06

  • Rajashree Choudhury says :
    Best wishes for Green Youth Generation group . Thanks for the report.
    Posted 24-04-2013 21:58

  • Geetika . says :
    so amazing!
    and well written ! :)
    Posted 24-04-2013 14:23

  • Mahsinur Rahman says :
    Well done......Good luck on the upcoming projects.
    Posted 24-04-2013 02:33

  • Balraj Arpit says :
    @Dhiroj..I'm tracking you and found that you're going great...
    Posted 24-04-2013 01:03

  • Balraj Arpit says :
    @Anish and Smriti..You're welcome.. :)
    Posted 24-04-2013 01:03

  • Balraj Arpit says :
    @Christy..yup..it's all support of TUNZA Eco Generation.. :)
    Posted 24-04-2013 01:02

  • Balraj Arpit says :
    Posted 24-04-2013 01:01

  • Balraj Arpit says :
    @Eco Gen...Yeah..coming with new stuffs very soon... :)
    Posted 24-04-2013 01:00

  • Dhiroj Prasad Koirala says :
    I'm very happy to be a part of GYG. A part of real change.
    Posted 24-04-2013 00:14

  • Smriti Limbu says :
    thanks for sharing a well written report
    Posted 23-04-2013 17:32

  • Christy Lee says :
    This is really awesome! Glad to see your initiative is getting more voices from the globe.
    I am proud of you :D
    Posted 23-04-2013 16:02

  • Christy Lee says :
    This is really awesome! Glad to see your initiative is getting more voices from the globe.
    I am proud of you :D
    Posted 23-04-2013 16:02

  • Eco Generation says :
    You've been really busy! It's always good to see your activities for various awareness. Thanks Ambassador Balraj.
    Posted 23-04-2013 09:53

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