Solar powered mushroom farming in Nepal improves livelihoods and nutrition, and reduces deforestation.
In Karnali Province, the gap between the public and their representatives has lessened thanks to video conferencing facilities
The Chief Ministers of five provinces expressed appreciation of the process and agreement of the findings and recommendations of the Federalism Capacity Needs Assessment (FCNA) at a special briefing.
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) signed a Letter of Agreement (LoA) on 15 December 2019 to extend partnership to pilot Kathmandu Business Hub (K-Hub). The concept of K-Hub is to provide an enabling eco-system for the start-ups and young minds to accelerate their ideas and skills on business and entrepreneurship to create future jobs in the market.
“My house is built with wire frame technology, which is earthquake resistant. I feel safe there,” says Khil Bahadur of Sindhupalchowk.

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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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