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This is a true immersion experience; it’s your opportunity to experience the “real” Nepal. Volunteers live and work in a local community and immerse themselves completely in village life. Located 35km from the capital city of Kathmandu, the project team manages a women's farm cooperative, a medical clinic and provides English classes to local children. To learn more about how you can volunteer in Nepal visit http://www.cisaustralia.com.au/volunteer-abroad/nepal/rural-nepal-community-development
The Royal Mountain Travel and Community Homestay Global Network presents Community Homestay project in Nepal where students can find work opportunities in the field of environment, social science, governance, culture and the arts, health and wellbeing, humanities, regional planning and sustainable development. Find out more at www.communityhomestay.org
PEI supports six countries in Asia Pacific to achieve Sustainable Development by integrating ecological, climate and fairness concerns into national, subnational and sectoral economic decision making and planning processes. The programme supports Ministries of Finance, Planning and Local Government to direct public and private investments to achieve greener, more inclusive economies. PEI's impact on institutions, policies and investments is the result of a wide range of interventions. These vary from capacity building for decision makers in sustainability and climate change adaptation; to producing sound economic research and analysis; tracking public spending on climate change; improving enforcement of environmental regulations.
In Nepal, the Hindu caste system is a rigid hierarchy that gives social status based on people's lineage and work. But Ram Chandra Malik, a street sweeper who is one of the the Dalits, or "untouchables", the lowest class, is struggling to break the deep prejudices and stigmas his community faces. Against the odds, Malik is challenging the system politically and was even a candidate in the last parliamentary elections. In a special three-part series called "Breaking The Bonds", Al Jazeera takes a look at people challenging stereotypes, to create a better future for themselves. Al Jazeera's Subina Shrestha reports from Siraha district, Nepal.
Community Score Cards is a community-based participatory tool used for holding local authorities accountable for providing quality services in areas like health, agriculture and education. The video describes and discusses the different stages of using the tool with actual examples from Nepal. Produced for ActionAid by Peter Bischoff / Keep Looking Productions. This is a new version of this http://youtu.be/ELz5dwWIcIU with very minor changes
Produced by Meghraj Rasaili:- Badi community is marginalized community of the Dalit of Nepal. Their poverty level is higher than other Dalit. Most of them are landless, illiterate and do difficult job for hand to mouth problem. Their traditional occupation is singing, dancing and (prostitution?) to entertain the people. I made this video in 2009.They have told their sorrow by song. Please watch this painful story and understand their livelihood.
In the remote hills of Humla in Nepal, the women there have more than one husband. Community elders said this tradition has been going on for a long time. With polyandry, expenditure can be more efficient and easier to take care of. Rajneesh Bhandari has a detailed report from Nepal.
Youth (defined in Nepal as people aged 16-40) make up 40% of Nepal’s population, meaning they have an important role to play in the country’s future peace and stability. However conflict at home and in the wider community can affect young people’s development and their approach to peace. Our Community Initiative for Common Understanding (CICU) project brings together young people from 15 Village Development Committees (VDCs) to work on conflict mitigation, and aims to foster mutual understanding and cooperation between youth and potentially conflicting groups.
Established over 60 years ago in Hetauda and now with its main campus in Pokhara, Nepal's Institute of Forestry offers its undergraduate and graduate students Technical Certificates, Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral degrees. Current curricula include technical areas such as Agroforestry, Eco-Tourism, Community Forestry, Rural Development, Watershed Management, Park & Recreation Management, and Wildlife Management.
This is a true immersion experience; it’s your opportunity to experience the “real” Nepal. Volunteers live and work in a local community and immerse themselves completely in village life. Located 35km from the capital city of Kathmandu, the project team manages a women's farm cooperative, a medical clinic and provides English classes to local children. To learn more about how you can go lend a helping hand while immersing in an incredibly rich culture while taking in Nepal's impressive landscapes, visit http://www.cisaustralia.com.au/volunteer-abroad/nepal/rural-nepal-community-development
CONTRIBUTION: BANK ACCOUNT (http://bit.ly/2aerrS8) PAY PAL (http://bit.ly/29PbobY) hEmpowering Bottom-Up SHIV (www.shiv.org.np) and WDAC (www.wdac.org.np) begins the mission of building houses of homeless families with the communities at the bottom of the pyramid. This project is built on the understanding that having a clean and safe place to live, eat and sleep is a basic requirement for any kind of further development to happen as Maslow's heirarchy of needs (1943) also highlights that until basic needs like food, shelter and clothing are not fulfilled an individual cannot move up the ladder to fulfill other needs like safety, love, self-esteem and self actualization. hEmpowering Bottom-Up finds its origin in the context of Earthquake the shook Nepal in 2015. While working with the p...
Haijali Rawat, a widow, had 15 children but 14 died of malnutrition. She tried her best for her one surviving child but life was hard. In despair she turned to a local self-help group, one of many started by INF. This helped Haijali to enable her daughter's dream to be fulfilled. Director, producer, editor, text, audio mix, grading: Matt Watson Director of photography: Colin Cabalka Producers: Neeraj Gautam and Ryan Fleming Voice-over recording: Promise Media Pvt Ltd Nepali transLation: Shital Subedi Music: Ezekiel [Gungor], Hands and Feet [The Brilliance], Open Up [The Brilliance] Narrator: Ali Wilkinson Special thanks: Colin Cabalka, Susanne Hutter, Dhaka Ram Budha Magar, Haijali Rawat, Samjhana Shahi, EMI CMG, David Gungor [The Brilliance], Gungor, Steve Jones CEO Brash Music http:...
Hundreds of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people and their supporters paraded through Nepal's capital on Monday for a colourful celebration of Gaijatra, a Hindu festival to remember the dead that is gleefully overtaken each year by the country's gay community. Thousands of people lined the narrow, cobblestoned streets of Katmandu's old city to watch those parading with rainbow-coloured balloons and banners along the 1-kilometre (half-mile) route, from the tourist hub of Thamel to the city's central square. Some of the revellers wore the traditional dress of their ethnic communities. Many others were painted in makeup and wearing cross dress. Still struggling with poverty, unemployment and poor infrastructure, Nepal has leapt forward in granting rights to gays and minor...
Barpak is a Nepalese village that is home to many Gurkhas, an ethnic group renowned for generations of service in the British and Indian military. The village was devastated by an earthquake that struck on April 25. PHOTO: PAULA BRONSTEIN FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy Visit the WSJ channel for more video: https://www.youtube.com/wsjdigitalnetwork More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://online.wsj.com/home-page Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjlive Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJLive Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/ Follow WSJ on Tumblr: http://www.tumblr.c...
Nepal Community celebrated National Day at Holyday Inn Hotel Doha. Ambassador of Nepal HE Prof. Ramesh Prasad Koirala along with HE Dr. Issa Saad Al-Jafali Al Nuaimi Minister of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs of Qatar, HE Ambassador Ibrahim Yusuf Fakroo, Chief of Protocol of Qatar and other dignitaries the occasion of National Day of Nepal held at Holiday Inn, Doha. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to Qatar Tribune YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/QatarTribuneChannel Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Qatar_Tribune Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/QatarTribune/
Short Report about sakela dance, which is mostly concern with kirat religions as well as Rai (kirat) community of eastern part of nepal.
Nepal is facing a Silent Emergency due to the high rate of Global Acute Malnutrition-- estimated at 11 percent in 2011. To overcome this challenge, the Nepali Government initiated Community Base Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) in 5 pilot districts in 2008. The documentary is about mothers and children from Accham District that are benefiting from the CMAM program. In Accham, stunting, wasting, and anemia prevalence among under-five children is as high as 58%, 14% and 41%, respectively. Because of this programme, 87% children (out of a total 2,236) with severe acute malnutrition recovered. The programme aims to achieve wide coverage, and to provide timely and appropriate medical treatment and care to children through outpatient treatment programmes and stabilization centres. The Go...