During a four-day visit to Nepal’s Far Western region, Cultural Affairs Officer Marissa Polnerow conducted outreach programs commemorating Independence Day and the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act.
The Embassy’s week long Environment Program celebrated its last day in the community of Nuwakot. The event, organized by Public Affairs Kathmandu and Kshetrapal Higher Secondary School on June 12-13, included 2,500 local students, community members, the media, and members of government.
Ambassador Peter W. Bodde gave welcome remarks at the 17th annual Asia Pacific FBI National Academy Associates Association (FBINAA) Retraining Conference in Kathmandu
Public Affairs Kathmandu and American Corner Ilam organized the first-ever +Renewable Energy Exhibition in Ilam on April 22. Local residents and school students learned ways to use commonly discarded waste as a source of fuel.
The U.S. Embassy organized a five-day Radio Reporting Training Program for 30 Nepali journalists in Eastern Nepal.
U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women’s Issues Catherine M. Russell emphasized the U.S. government’s commitment to preventing gender-based violence and advancing gender equality during her four-day trip to Nepal February 7-11.
U.S. Ambassador Peter W. Bodde closed the American Road Show program in Janakpur on February 10. The eleven-day Road Show program visited the Dhankuta, Udayapur, and Dhanusha districts.
Mr. Sudarson Subedi, President of the National Federation of Disabled Nepal took part in a high-level meeting on Disability and Development at the UN Headquarters, New York in September 2013.
U.S. Ambassador Peter W. Bodde and Secretary of Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Sushil Ghimire jointly laid the foundation stone for the new seismically safe Crash Rescue and Fire Station Building at Tribhuvan International Airport today
The U.S. Embassy Library received a special gift on January 14, 2014. Devasri Rana, an eleven year old student at the British School, authored a book entitled “In My Write.” The book is a collection of stories and poetry that Ms. Rana has written since she was seven years old.
The U.S. Embassy is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (TEA), a six-week academic program for qualified secondary school teachers of English, English as a Foreign Language(EFL), social studies, mathematics, or science, including special education teachers in those subjects .