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.
Despite the pandemic, Tej Kumar Sijali Magar has been growing vegetables in his small farm in the hills of Dhankuta. Magar’s tunnel house produces both seasonal and non-seasonal organic vegetables,
UNDP’s SURGE Data Hub and UNDP Nepal’s Accelerator Lab jointly conducted the Digital Socio-Economic Impact Assessment in the Gandaki Province
Check out how local governments & communities are working together to create livelihood opportunities for the people impacted by COVID-19 in Nepal
UNDP and Ncell Axiata Limited entered into a partnership to promote sustainable development solutions, including through promotion of cycling for healthy lives and cities in Nepal.
Check out how UNDP along with the District Health office Kailai has been providing safe transportation service in Sudurpaschim Province to curb the spread of coronavirus.
These resource books are targeted at enhancing civic and voter education outreach endeavours at the grassroots. These books seek to provide extensive and continuous civic education to ensure that all citizens are informed of their rights as citizens and as voters.

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67.91%

Nepalese are literate

18.7 %

of Nepalese are living under poverty line

87.55%

of Nepalis have access to electricity

0.587

Human development Index

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