Experts say unless a holistic approach is applied to tackle rape, victims will remain far from justice
As a part of the annual event, countries across the globe including Nepal celebrated 16 days of activism to end violence against women that ended on December 10.
Disabled women living in a temporary rehabilitation centre at Jorpati can’t wait to move into a disabled-friendly building, but the shelter operators worry financial and bureaucratic hurdles
To address the need of managing municipal solid wastes, various stakeholders including government partners have initiated efforts to convert wastes into energy.
Many hospitals do not have the facility to dispose off medical waste that are hazardous to public health and environment
The country marked world HIV/Aids Day on Monday with a commitment to decrease prevalence rate.
National strategies & programmes should focus on adolescents & youth to improve their access to sexual & reproductive health services.
HIV programme in Nepal has always been donor-driven. If the donors were to discontinue their support, its repercussion will be so large that the government will fail to manage it.
Introducing resilient seeds and climate-responsive agriculture is one way to improve country’s agricultural output
At Lima Climate Change Conference Nepal plans to seek much-needed interventions to address the growing concerns of mountain people due to climate change
Twenty-two years ago, when government decided to construct Karnali Highway to connect the remote Karnali with road network, it raised hope of prosperity in the most impoverished region
The government started Karnali Employment Programme (KEP) in 2006/07 with the aim to provide 100 days of employment to the people living in the region.
Kal Bahadur Rokaya is the chairman of Karnali Development Commission
Nepal hopes to make positive inroads into hydel sector
Nepal has long been reeling under acute power shortage. Many believe that one way to deal with the ongoing power crisis is promoting renewable and alternative energy
The demand and supply of energy generated from renewable resources such as solar, micro-hydro and biogas is gaining momentum
Alarming rise in road accidents and fatalities in the recent time has raised concerns over the issue of traffic and road safety in the country.
Road accidents caused by reckless driving are on the rise and no one is taking responsibility, making travel a perilous affair for passengers
Every family in Beldiya, a tiny village in the eastern part of Chitwan National Park, has at least someone who works abroad.
Instead of restricting women workers from visiting the Middle East, the government should be focusing on their safety and job security