UNDP is working with its partners to combat the spread of the disease and to support the most affected countries where health systems are weakest and people are at their most vulnerable.
A livelihoods recovery project launched in partnership with the Government is helping the hardest hit population weather the impact of the crisis.
Inventory of glacial lakes and identification of potentially dangerous glacial lakes in Nepal, TAR China, and India
While the coronavirus has shaken the whole of humanity, on a positive note, it has also spurred new thinking around bringing about a green recovery.
At a time when businesses are seeing dark days due to the COVID pandemic, few organizations in Nepal have been helping women make steady incomes — by producing masks.

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65.9%

of Nepalis (five years & above)are literate

21.6%

of Nepalis fall below the poverty line

40.34%

of Nepal's population is between the ages of 16 to 40

14.18 million

people in Nepal have access to the Internet

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