Nepal needs to amend Food Right Act to realize its goal to end hunger: Amnesty

Analysis of the Right to food and food sovereignty Act 2018, Amnesty International

The national household food security is only 48.2% in Nepal. 21.6% of its population live in poverty, nearly 41% of the population does not have

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Global Report on Food Crises 2019
113 million people in 52 countries experienced extreme hunger in 2018: UN, EU

The worst food crises in 2018 were, in order of severity, Yemen, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Afghanistan, Ethiopia, the Syrian Arab Republic, the Sudan, South Sudan and northern

Sexism in Wikipedia, women in Wikipedia
Why Wikipedia often overlooks stories of women in history

If women don’t actively edit Wikipedia at the same rate as men, topics of interest to women are at risk of receiving disproportionately low coverage. One study found that Wikipedia’s

SEE Examination, +2 colleges in Nepal, what to study after SEE exam, Colleges in Kathmandu
Top 10+2 colleges of Nepal

Selecting 10+2 colleges and choosing what to study and which career to pursue have been the most difficult decisions several students have to make. As soon as SEE examination ends,

Holi, Fagu Poornima
Holi celebrated with fanfare in Kathmandu (Photo Feature)

People gather in various places and smear different colors and drench each other. On this day an elaborated celebration ceremony is held at Basantapur in Kathmandu every year. Dwellers from

Gosaikunda, Gosaikunda trekking, Janai Purnima
Memories from Gosaikunda: Travelling ‘an addiction’

The trek to Gosaikunda begins from Dhunche village or Syabru Besi or Sundarijal. Since, Dunche is the most preferred place as starting point; I took a bus to reach the

Australia Institute of Business and Technology (AIBT), Nursing students in Australia, Nepali students in Australia
Australian Embassy in Kathmandu advises AIBT students to continue attending classes

“AIBT has indicated to the media that they intend to seek a review. Until the review is determined, the institute is permitted to continue operating, including conducting classes. The Embassy

Nepali nurses in Australia, AIBT, ASQA
Hundreds of Nepali students in Australia face uncertainty after ASQA decides to cancel registration of AIBT

The future of the students became unsure after more than 800 international students enrolled in the Diploma of Nursing (HLT54115) were told their education at AIBT would not be recognized

Tatopani border checkpoint
Tatopani border resumption hope bring life to deserted villages

Nepali immigration, customs and quarantine offices are expected to operate from the newly constructed dry port, which has been built by Chinese Railway Construction Company, just a few kilometers away

local renewable energy technologies
Bhutan has achieved 100% electricity access: Here’s how?

From mountain villages in Afghanistan and Bhutan to settlements perched on steep slopes in Nepal, small-scale solar and hydropower are bringing electricity to more and more communities.