‘Clean and Green Eco Club’ campaign completed successfully

December 15, 2017 cleanup campaign of Nepal Eco Club garden Moving to it’s new location, now the Nepal Eco Club has a small garden in its office compound. Members of Nepal Eco Club have organized the ‘Clean and Green Eco Club’ campaign in the office premises. The campaign was started at 11 am and lasted for 2 hours. They removed all the herbs in the garden and make it free for new plants. Also they had collected the non-degradable garbage separately. President Bishnu ...
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Our first school campaign in Little Flowers Public School completed successfully

August 17, 2018 Our awaited school visiting campaign is geared up now. We have started it from Little Flowers Public School located in Dhatulan – 22, Sankhamul, Lalitpur. Our plan of the school visiting campaign is to let the whole school know about who we are, why we are here and how we can collaborate with schools to conserve the nature along with formation of Eco Club in a school. Our contact person for the school and the vice-president of Nepal Eco Club ...
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A hike for nature Jamacho Peak, Kathmandu

We human are the product of nature but some of our activities are becoming unnatural. These unnatural activities are destroying the balance of our ecosystem. Keeping this reality under discussion Nepal Eco Club had organized the ‘hike for nature’ event in Jamacho Peak, Kathmandu on 28 July 2018 to spread the message that we are the polluter of nature and of course only we can prevent it. The event was officially started from 8 am though we were gathered there before 8 am ...
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Volunteering With Nepal Eco Club

Volunteering with Nepal Eco Club has been and invaluable experience for me, not only have I had the opportunity to live in this enigmatic city of temples, I have had the perception changing experience of making a wonderful group of friends, Bishow, Laxmi, Bishnu, Rupendra and Surendra. Not only have they been unfailingly welcoming, kind and understanding but have taken me to many of their religious and cultural heritage sites where I have had the privilege of seeing Hindus and Buddhists practice the ...
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