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 local Government is helping the vulnerable communities to get short term job opportunities during this pandemic.
The Government of Nepal Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport, United Nations Development Programme, Lalitpur Metropolitan City, Kantipur Media Group and Cycle City Network Nepal jointly launched a new campaign to promote cycling and other environment-friendly practices in Nepal.
the Nepal Human Development Report 2020: Beyond LDC Graduation: Productive Transformation and Prosperity has focused on how Nepal could meaningfully advance towards sustainable human development at a faster pace.
As a high school student, Shrestha didn’t have the option to pursue many kinds of jobs. But due to his family’s economic condition, he needed to work and support his family
Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) have jointly launched a new project “Sustainable Tourism for Livelihood Recovery” to support the recovery of Nepal’s tourism, one of the sectors hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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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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