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Seminar on Exit Route from The Current Self Destructive Civilization Held in Ghorahi

July 5, 2024: Dang Ghorahi:

Aatmanirbhar Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha ALBS Ltd organized a one-day seminar on Exit Route from The Current Self-Destructive Civilization was organized on July 5, 2024, at Mala  Inn Hotel in Ghorahi-15.

The CEO of the organization Shogat Chaudhary chaired the seminar., who also talked about the objective of the program welcomed the participants from various schools and thanked the school teachers and representatives.  RWDC founding chairperson Aasmani Chaudhary also graced the occasion as a guest. 

The seminar presented one slide presentation by Parbati Basnet on Three Zero Clubs with Zero Carbon Emission, Zero Unemployment, and Zero Poverty. The concept of the club stemmed from the idea of the Bangladeshi professor Yunin who was awarded the Novel Prize for his contribution to the poor and women's empowerment through the gramin model of microfinance services in Bangladesh after which his modality was replicated in Nepal.

The second paper was presented by HB Thapa on Exit Route from the Current Self-Destructive Civilization during which he discussed the burning issues of global warming and climate changes and measures to be adopted to mitigate the bad impacts of global warming and climate change.

A few video clips were also shown to explain these major issues including plastic pollution and the use of chemicals that kill fish in the rivers.

This was followed by a presentation on the concept of various types of loans and microfinance services provided by ALBS in the program. It was presented by internal auditor Puran Adhikari.

Around 500 students were participating from a total of nine schools including public and community schools of Dang district. 

This was followed by RWD chairperson Aasmni chaudhary who addressed the students and talked about the importance of three zero clubs she also discussed her recent visit to a program held in the Philipines.  Recalling her meeting in Manila she said that a total of 19000 students have come under three zero clubs around the world.

She also said that Nepal has been assigned to form at least 3000 three-zero clubs in the future. The program was hosted by Parbati Basnet.