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Nepal: News

A vermicomposting demonstration at a
Published on 05/09/2013
The still recent history of civil war (1996-2006) and unrest in Nepal has left Nepalese fragmented along ethnic, religious and ideological differences.
Published on 15/08/2013
Hanna Morrison’s recollections of her 7 month volunteer service trip to Nepal. Hanna worked at the “Nepal Children’s Center,” a project run by the Unity Church of Fairfax and Service for Peace Nepal, a partnership facilitated by the Global Peace Foundation-USA .
Published on 02/07/2013
From June 1-June 6 GPA Nepal and partners hosted a week of programs to encourage the conservation and care of the environment.
Published on 05/06/2013
GPA Nepal and 10 Partnering Organizations Host Week-long Program, “Water Cooperation for Water Sustainability”
Published on 01/04/2013
International Women’s Day is celebrated annually on March 8th. To coincide with this day, the United Nations convenes the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) that was established to monitor the progress of the advancement of women and their rights.
Published on 08/03/2013
The Bagmati River is is considered a holy river in Nepal by both Hindus and Buddhists. Hindu devotees perform rituals during religious festivals and also cremate the dead on its banks.
Published on 01/03/2013

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