Partner’s for Progress

Japan to provide Rs 24.5 million grant assistance

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Kathmandu / Nov 4: The Government of Japan has agreed to provide Rs 24.5 million to Nepal as grant assistance for the implementation of Disaster Risk Reduction Strengthening Project in Chitwan. The assistance will be spent in the control of possible water-induced disasters at Madi and Lothar VDCs in the district. Japan’s Ambassador to Nepal […]


Aid to 500,000 earthquake survivors

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Kathmandu / Oct 26: World Vision Nepal has extended its assistance to 500,000 earthquake survivors of 10 districts in the country. Issuing a press release on Tuesday, World Vision shared that it had provided humanitarian aid to the earthquake-affected people of all three districts of Kathmandu Valley (Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur), Sindhuli, Lamjung, Dhading, Dolakha, […]


Call to accelerate implementation of ADB-funded projects

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Kathmandu / Oct 20 : A tri-party review meeting on Thursday stressed that implementation of the Asian Development Bank (ADB)-funded projects in Nepal should be accelerated. The work progress reports presented at the meeting held at the Ministry of Finance show that 32 projects among the projects being implemented have witnessed a slow progress. According […]


UN assistance on Nepal’s development efforts lauded

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Kathmandu / Oct 17: UN Under-Secretary-General and Secretary-General Ban-Ki moon’s Special Advisor on Innovative Financing for Development, Prof Dr Philippe Douste-Blazy, paid a courtesy call on President Bidya Devi Bhandari at latter’s office on Monday afternoon. On the occasion, matters concerning Nepal-UN relations and the UN role on Nepal’s socio-economic development efforts were discussed, according […]


Good Samaritan foreigner provides financial assistance to school

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Rasuwa / Oct 8: ‘Compassion knows no boundaries,’ proved a Good Samaritan Australian tourist visiting Nepal recently provided financial assistance to a local school at Jibajibe in Rasuwa School. Ruth Sheridan, a college teacher at Axle College in Australia, availed the assistance worth Rs 650,000 to the Nilkantha Namuna Secondary School for the construction of […]


Visiting Princess Beatrice of York visits Tilganga Eye Hospital

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Kathmandu / Oct 2: Princess Beatrice of York, granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth, who is on Nepal visit, has today visited the Tilganga Eye Hospital. She also watched eye bank, an eye lens manufacturing industry and the training hall. She also consulted with ophthalmologists on the condition of services the hospital has been providing. The Princess […]


Matrisishu Miteri Hospital a symbol of two country relations: President Bhandari

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Pokhara / Sept 28: President Bidya Devi Bhandari has said the relations between Matrisisu Miteri Hospital and the Komagane city of Japan have been the symbol of sisterly relations. Inaugurating the 25-bed maternity hospital located at Batulechaur here on Wednesday, President Bhandari expressed belief that the hospital would provide necessary health service to women, children […]


Quake survivors upset with INGOs; rampant spending of aid money

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Prasanna Pokharel / Gorkha: Locals of Gorkha – the epicenter of the 25 April 2016 earthquake – have expressed their outrage to the INGO’s acts of haphazard spending of aid money in the district. People vented their ire at the INGOS’ activities of distributing relief to accessible people, rampant distribution of relief and reconstruction support […]


US Embassy Youth Council launches mobile apps and website

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Kathmandu / Aug 17: US Embassy Youth Council has launched mobile apps and website to provide information about construction of quake-resistant houses. Secretary at the Ministry of Information and Communications, Dinesh Kumar Thapaliya, inaugurated the mobile apps– Econstruction and website—www.econstruction.com.org amidst a function here on Wednesday. Stating that communications apps could play crucial role in […]


INGOs yet to reach Manang

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Kathmandu / July 29: The International Non Governmental Organizations (INGOs) – which have reached many parts of the country to help Nepal Government in its stride for development – are yet to reach Manang district. The INGOs are not carrying out any programmes in the trans-Himalayan district of Manang although active in the rest 74 […]




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