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  • MCC Selects Nepal for Compact

    MCC Selects Nepal for Compact

    Washington, D.C.—At its quarterly meeting on Dec. 10, the Millennium Challenge Corporation Board of Directors voted to make Nepal eligible for a compact, MCC’s large-scale investment program, and Cote d’Ivoire eligible for a smaller, Threshold Program.

  • Ambassador Inaugurates New AFCP Gallery

    Ambassador Inaugurates New AFCP Gallery

    Ambassador Peter W. Bodde inaugurated the opening of a new gallery at Living Traditions Museum (LTM) in Changu Narayan.

  • A/S Biswal Statement at SAARC Summit

    A/S Biswal Statement at SAARC Summit

    Since 2007, when the United States joined SAARC as an observer, we have witnessed the region’s rapid economic rise and growing importance. And given that South Asia will likely be the most populous region by 2060, this year’s SAARC summit theme of “Deeper Integration for Peace and Prosperity” could not be more timely or appropriate to the needs of the region.

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  • 201st Group of Peace Corps Volunteers Sworn In
    201st Group of Peace Corps Volunteers Sworn In

    Thirty Peace Corps Volunteers were sworn in by Ambassador Peter W. Bodde and the Peace Corps/Nepal Country Director Nelson Chase to begin their two-year service in Nepal. 

  • Hariyo Ban Projects
    Hariyo Ban Projects

    USAID Mission Director Dr. Beth Dunford visited two Hariyo Ban partners in Chitwan: Barandabhar Users’ Committee to discuss their Beeshazar Lake Management project to restore and maintain wetlands and the Community-based Anti-Poaching Unit in the Tikauli Buffer Zone Community Forest.  

  • Time-Honored Kartik Nach Preserved through AFCP
    Time-Honored Kartik Nach Preserved through AFCP

    U.S. Ambassador Peter Bodde commemorated a successful partnership enabling the restoration of the time-honored Kartik Nach dance. 

  • Another Peace Corps Milestone in Nepal
    Another Peace Corps Milestone in Nepal

    The first tranche of Peace Corps volunteers who brought the program back to Nepal after an 8-year gap have just completed their tours. Ambassador Peter W. Bodde thanked 4 volunteers for their service on Friday, including Lisa Bauer (pictured). We expect many more volunteers in the coming years. 

  • Enhancing Nepal’s peacekeeping capability
    Enhancing Nepal’s peacekeeping capability

    ODC Nepal and the Navy Facilities Engineers, based out of Bangkok, visited the Birendra Peacekeeping Operations Training Center (BPOTC) in Pachkhal to review the progress of construction on the new Central Training Complex (CTC). 

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