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    Cultural Affairs Officer Visits Far West

    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.

  • Camp GLOW students learn from PC volunteers

    U.S. Peace Corp Facilitates Girls’ Empowerment Program

    U.S. Peace Corps Volunteers in Pokhara facilitated “Camp GLOW” (Girls Leading Our World) from July 9-14. Participants covered the topics of girls’ empowerment, gender roles, health, life skills and volunteerism, and discussed challenges that Nepali girls are facing and learned strategies to combat them.

  • Nepali Mountain Climbers Blaze a Trail for Women

    Nepali Mountain Climbers Blaze a Trail for Women

    Secretary of State John Kerry, Ambassador Peter W. Bodde and Nepal’s Charge d' Affaires in Washington Rishi Ram Ghimire met with the Seven Summits Women mountain climbers from Nepal on Wednesday, July 17.

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  • Nepal 2103 International Religious Freedom Report
    Nepal 2103 International Religious Freedom Report

    The 2007 interim constitution protects religious freedom and, in practice, the government generally respected religious freedom. The interim constitution officially declares the country a secular state and prohibits proselytizing. The government, however, has not prosecuted citizens or expelled foreigners for this offense. 

  • Nepal Army Receives ACROW Bridges
    Nepal Army Receives ACROW Bridges

    U.S. Ambassador Peter W. Bodde today officially provided four ACROW bridges, worth $6.7 million, to the Nepal Army for use during natural disasters.  

  • Nepal’s Anti-Trafficking Hero Honored
    Nepal’s Anti-Trafficking Hero Honored

    Secretary of State John F. Kerry honored Nepal’s anti-trafficking hero Judge Kunwar during the unveiling of the 2014 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report at a ceremony in the U.S. Department of State headquarters, yesterday. The 2014 Trafficking in Persons Report recognizes ten TIP Report Heroes for their efforts to fight human trafficking in their home countries.   Nepali version of the 2014 TIP report (PDF 360KB)  »

  • Rainbow Flags at the U.S. Embassy Mark LGBT Pride
    Rainbow Flags at the U.S. Embassy Mark LGBT Pride

    Month As part of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Pride month, the US Embassy is flying banners in the colors of the rainbow – one of the symbols of LGBT community pride – at the Embassy building in Maharajgunj from June 23-30, 2014.  

  • Ambassador Bodde Opens Panel Discussion
    Ambassador Bodde Opens Panel Discussion

    U.S. Ambassador Peter W. Bodde yesterday opened an expert panel discussion on HIV/AIDS Stigma and Discrimination in Nepal at the FNCCI building. The panel was organized to help broaden understanding of the challenges facing individuals living with HIV/AIDS in Nepal.  

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