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  • The American speaker’s interactive presentations helped to combat gender-based violence

    American Gender Equality Advocate Inspires Change

    During a five-day visit to Nepal, American speaker Ben Atherton-Zeman advocated for gender equality through theater, presentations, and stories to audiences across Kathmandu.

  • U.S. Embassy Chargé d’Affaires, John Carwile, with the American students

    American Youth Leaders Transform Communities

    A delegation of high-achieving American students visited Nepal this month for a two-week exchange to develop their leadership skills and knowledge of environmental issues. The students stayed with Nepali families and were hosted by the Nepal Breakdance Foundation, who facilitated site visits across Kathmandu

  • OF students/alumni outside the USEF offices

    OF Program Students and Alumni Hold First Reunion

    Opportunity Funding (OF) Program students and alumni gathered to celebrate their achievements at the first-ever reunion held August 4 at the United States Education Foundation-Nepal (USEF-Nepal).

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  • Cultural Affairs Officer Visits Far West
    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.  

  • U.S. Peace Corp Facilitates Girls’ Empowerment
    U.S. Peace Corp Facilitates Girls’ Empowerment

    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. 

  • Nepal 2013 International Religious Freedom Report
    Nepal 2013 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.  

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