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USAID Nepal
05/26/2017 at 09:43. Facebook
Feed the Future Data Driven Farming Prize workshop kicked off in Kathmandu today. Over the next 3 days, 13 Nepali & international finalists will collaborate with experts and innovators to refine their ideas to help Nepali farmers improve productivity by incorporating data-driven farming. #ddfarming

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Feed the Future Data Driven Farming Prize workshop kicked off in Kathmandu
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USAID Nepal
USAID Nepal
05/25/2017 at 13:15. Facebook
Parents and teachers from Bakdhuwa Village Development Committee in Saptari District recently joined forces to promote reading habits among their children. An initiative of USAID's Early Grade Reading program, local Tole Reading Group like the one Bakdhuwa is bringing together communities to develop local reading materials and encouraging children to adopt reading habits at an early stage of...
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Parents and teachers from Bakdhuwa Village Development Committee in Saptari Dist
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USAID Nepal
05/24/2017 at 03:59. Facebook
Did you know that President John F. Kennedy created USAID by executive order in 1961? Today is the 100th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's birth and we honor his leadership by sharing this short video. USAID continues to save lives and advance opportunity around the world. #JFK100
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USAID Nepal
USAID Nepal
05/23/2017 at 13:15. Facebook
Yesterday, on International day for Biological Diversity, the Government of Nepal destroyed its stockpile of wildlife parts that were illegally poached and traded in Nepal. This commendable initiative prevents such confiscated animal parts from ever returning to the black market. As Nepal's longstanding development partner, USAID continues to support the Nepali government's efforts to curb...
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Yesterday on International day for Biological Diversity the Government of Nepal destroyed
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USAID Nepal
05/22/2017 at 13:15. Facebook
Qatar returnee Ram Bahadur Tamang (right) began working as a mason in Bidur Municipality, Nuwakot. Now a contractor, he says, “It’s much better to work at home in Nepal with my own business.” Mr. Tamang became a certified head mason after attending BaliyoGhar Nepal training in 2016. Armed with his certification, he went on to establish a contracting company, creating local employment...
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Qatar returnee Ram Bahadur Tamang right began working as a mason in
Kusum Karki
SuRna Meher
Ramkrishna Sharma
"कलेजको पढाई सकिएपछि अरु युवाहरु जस्तै विदेश गएर थप पढाई गर्ने कि नेपालमै बसेर केहि काम गर्ने भन्ने सोचमा परें । तर म नेपाल मै बसें र सिविल ईन्जिनियर बनें । बैशाख १२ को भुकम्पले देशमा निक्कै मानविय, सामाजिक र अर्थिक क्षति गर्‍यो । दु:ख को बेला आफ्नो नेपाली दिदी-बहिनी, दाजु-भाई र जेष्ठ नागरिकहरुलाई सहयोग गर्न पाउँदा र देश को पूनर्निर्माणमा सहयोग गर्ने अवसर पाउँदा मलाई गर्व महसुस भएको छ ।"...
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Kiran Dutta Tewari
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Leveraging Private Sector Engagement in Education
USAID recently concluded​ a​ landscape assessment to explore opportunities, challenges, and factors impacting private sector engagement​ in ​education.​ ​The quality of education in Nepali public schools can improve by ​drawing on​ best practice​s​ from the private​ school system​ -- narrowing the divide between the two. Vice versa, ...
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Leveraging Private Sector Engagement in Education
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Indra Bahadur Mukhiya
Ms. Sarita Chaudhary (center) is a dynamic Head Teacher at the Janjyoti Lower Secondary School in Kanchanpur District – a school supported by USAID's Early Grade Reading Program. She integrated reading into the school’s core education program and established multi-generational reading groups within the Tharu community. Ms. Chaudhary’s advocacy work has pushed community members to invest more...
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Ms Sarita Chaudhary center is a dynamic Head Teacher at the Janjyoti
On behalf of the U.S. Agency for International Development's global team, we welcome President Trump's intent to nominate Mark Andrew Green to serve as the next USAID Administrator and look forward to working with him to advance USAID's mission.

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Rajesh Ranjan Karn
बुद्धं शरणं गच्छामि। धर्मं शरणं गच्छामि। संघं शरणं गच्छामि।
भगवान बुद्धले तपाई र तपाईंको परिवारमा सुख शान्ति र प्रगति प्रदान गरुन ।
On Buddha Purnima, wishing that peace and tranquility be by your side, today and always.

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USAID Nepal 05/10/2017
Ishwar Pant
Aasin Magar Aasin Magar
Shambe Aveng
"I am now able to prepare my land for plantation in less time using power tillers and it is cheaper than cattle or manual labor" - Charan Singh Chaudhary from Saudiyar, Dang. A Feed the Future's KISAN project beneficiary, Chaudhary decision to switch to mechanization has reduced his labor costs, increased profits and he earns additional income by providing tractor services for a fee.
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I am now able to prepare my land for plantation in less
Indra Bahadur Mukhiya
Jay Chhetri
Welcome to Facebook USFS Nepal!! Follow this page to catch-up on the latest about U.S. Forest Service activities supporting the people of Nepal to preserve biodiversity and natural resources and to develop and promote ecotourism.
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By helping #endhunger, #FeedtheFuture & partners are building stability.
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By helping endhunger FeedtheFuture partners are building stability
Suhani Siraiya
#ThrowBackThursday: Participants at a literacy class organized by USAID's Education for Income Generation program in Humla District. The program taught women how to read, write and earn better income through a range of agriculture and entrepreneurial activities including vegetable farming, goat production, and small food and grocery retail.
Photo: Naween Gupta (2008)
ThrowBackThursday Participants at a literacy class organized by USAIDs Education
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Tara Chapagain
Vandana Poudel
A treat for art lovers and nature sympathizers
Get ready Kathmandu! These acrylic masterpieces are headed to an art gallery near you this June. The artworks are the original creation of local Nepali artists who participated in the art workshop organized as part of the 1st International Nature Art Festival in Nawalparasi District. The art workshop and exhibition were intended to promote...
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A treat for art lovers and nature sympathizers
This week marks the 70th anniversary of US-Nepal diplomatic relations. For decades, our two countries have worked together toward one common goal:
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People-to-people ties

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The USAID-funded Milijuli Nepali Radio Program team constantly travels to earthquake-affected districts to listen to the voices of the communities who are rebuilding their homes and lives. On April 17, the team visited villages in Sindupalchowk—the district that recorded the highest number of deaths after the earthquake—with CEO of Nepal’s National Reconstruction Authority, Dr. Govinda...
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The USAIDfunded Milijuli Nepali Radio Program team constantly travels to earthqu
On April 21-22, U.S. Senator Chris Coons, U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley, and a 10-member American delegation visited Nepal to observe USAID activities aimed at improving women's livelihoods and resilience. The delegation traveled with Ambassador Teplitz and USAID Mission Director Peter Malnak to meet with a women's community development group under the USAID-supported "Sabal" project in Kavre and...
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On April 2122 US Senator Chris Coons US Senator Jeff Merkley and
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