Completion of GPE 2017 Nepal Project│Meghauli Project

GPE Nepal Team 2017

GPE Nepal Development Project Team 2017

Global Peace Exchange’s Nepal Development Project 2017 finally came to an end this week. Thanks to our Project Director, Jen Concepcion for leading this year’s team and successfully completing the project. We couldn’t have done this without our dedicated and hard-working GPE volunteers. We would also like to THANK Clinic Nepal, Inc. for partnering with us for the past six years, and providing opportunities for GPE volunteers to participate in the various sustainable projects. When we started this Nepal Project back in 2012, the hope was that students achieve a shared understanding of the common human struggle to survive, and a more complete understanding of the challenges of living in developing countries. We also believe that the only way one can learn to appreciate different cultures is to experience them. And through various GPE Projects, we were able to achieve just that. We really enjoyed working closely with the local people of Meghauli and Daldale, and we look forward to returning back next year to continue the Project. Thank you Florida State University, Birmingham-Southern College, Birmingham-Southern College Student Government Association, GPE Advisory Board Members, GPE-BSC Advisors, Our Supporters, and Nepal Project Advisors for your continuous support.

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GPE Nepal Project Team Members: Jen Concepcion (Project Director), Bryan Acuna, Sophia Lisandra Alfaro, Chelsea Gow, Andrew McMahon and Meena Barakam.

“Dhanyabhad and Fheri Vetaula!” 
Nepali Translation: (Thank You and May Our Paths Cross Again In the Future)

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