Surfing through some interesting videos on YouTube on a lazy Wednesday, I stumbled on this one and I simply couldn’t help sharing it. It comes highly recommended, especially to those interested in social welfare.
The video was uploaded in early October, 2012 but I happened to come across this wonderful presentation only today. Nevertheless, I feel fortunate to have found out about it. It’s like they say, better late than never, right?! With this video GMIN hopes to connect with young parents and raise awareness of the dire situation that is affecting many young lives today. To learn more, visit their website at www.gmin.us
GMIN is a non-profit organisation headquartered in New York with branches in the UK, Finland, Hong Kong and Nepal. It supports and initiates Grassroot movement focused on bringing sustainable social and environmental change in Nepal.In the last two years, it has already renovated 16 schools in 16 villages. GMIN has also sponsored education of many deserving students, hired and trained teachers, donated clothes and stationery to thousands of Nepali students.
Here’s what they have to say: