As regards to the region is concerned, water governance specifically and ecological governance at large has never been as strong, nor as urgent as now with the growing impact of global warming and depleting fresh water bodies.Upper riparian country cannot own any water and subsequently sell it to lower riparian country where the lower riparian country as such would receive the water due to natural flow... As per Article 7, to maintain the flow and desired level of the water of the Mahakali river, each country undertook not to use, obstruct or divert the water of the river which might adversely affect the natural flow and level except by an agreement between the countries.South Asia is a region for both water abundance as well as water s...
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There are more than thousands of river in Nepal so Nepal is the second largest country in water resources after Brazil (prabin, 2010).Harnessing Nepal Water Resources and expanding tourism potential .According to Nepal Gateway,” Bhotekoshi River is also called White Water River and is one of the best and Short River rafting in Nepal with the intense of thrilling rafting adventure ( Nepal Gateway Trekking, 2014).” Almost all the rivers of Nepal flow from the mountain region and come with the high forces with continuous rapid action and this makes the tourist more adventurous and thrilling... Kayaking is one of the adventurous games done in the excitement of white water kayaking on warm and Friendly River (Himalayan River Operator, 2014)....
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NATURAL RESOURCES IN NEPAL: .Some of the important natural resources of Nepal are: Forest, Water, Soil or Land.Nepal is the second richest in the water resources in the world after Brazil.If we utilize the mineral resources of Nepal properly, we can earn foreign currencies and people will get job opportunities also.They are not using the resources they have in their country like natural museum, water resources, mountain resources, etc .
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This is to reduce the amount of water requires for use by reducing waste water (sustainability), and also to make it more accessible for the villagers.Currently in Sandikhola approximately 80% of WASH techniques are currently in place with there being a few sources of water; one small waterway, eight tap stands and two spring intakes but during the dry season these intakes become unavailable due to low pressure.Also introduced to this community is the use of recycling water, such as; capturing overflows at spring intakes, Rainwater Harvesting (RWH), Ground Water Capture (GWC), fog water, and grey water systems.This is due to water playing a massive part in the lives of every human, and when there is a lack of sufficient resource, daily f...
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The country has extremely inadequate infrastructural facilities like train services, competent local tour operators, drinking water availability, waste disposal systems, and availability of guides with knowledge of foreign languages.(Nepal Association of Rafting Agents, 2008) Held in November 2007 in association with Peak UK, an English White Water and Kayaking Equipment Company, the event was designed as a multi disciplinary one boat competition that combined extreme slalom and river running skills with down river speed and free style action.Houston, P. D, 1998, November, Navigating Dangerous White Water Together... Rivers Suitable for WWR in Nepal (Nepal Association of Rafting Agents, 2008) .. Word Count: 4428 .. Ansoff, I, 2005, St...
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: the leader for the field observations of GEN 1987-1992) and T. Kadota (Water Research Inst., Nagoya Univ.A complete whole year data set of water discharge, rainfall, snowfall and air temperature was obtained from July 1985, including data of suspended materials in running water.Nepal-Japan cooperation in glacier and climate research 31 conditions, especially during the summer monsoon season; to obtain basic data for the development of water resources in glacierized basins.Glaciohydrological observations such as water permeability and superimposed ice formation of Yala Glacier were made in 1987-1988. .The main objectives of GEN are to clarify such characteristics of glaciers in the Himalayas as the relations between distribution and va...
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If you want to see the developed country then Nepal is not the right choice, but If you feel the beauty of nature then Nepal could have your destination.Nepal is 65 times smaller than Canada, with the population of 27 million.12.33 Megabytes chatting APP.Nepal is truly a god’s playground and the country is beautiful with stunning landscapes, charismatic mountains and mesmerizing lakes.It is hard to find such a concentration of language like Nepal.Wide Prospects of Hydropower Nepal ranks second after Brazil in water resource in the world, and has great prospects of the hydropower of around 83,000 MW.
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If we have a look back on the border management system between Nepal and India, anyone entering into Nepal particularly to the Kathmandu valley and towns of Tarai in general, had to get Rahadani or visa from the district administrations.Due to its long stint with monarchy and feudalism, Nepal has one of the most uneven distributions of resources and wealth in the Asia.In 2008, Indo-Nepali ties got a further boost with an agreement to resume water talks after a 4 year hiatus.After the installation of democracy in Nepal in February 1951, it became major turning point in reinforcing the Nepal-India border open with the accelerated movement of Indian nationals into Nepal.India would also provide a credit line of up to 150 crore rupees to Nep...
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Within the Terai region lies the lowest point of Nepal; Kechana Kalan with an altitude of 60m.Nepal is located in the Tropic of Cancer (Northern Hemisphere) (Shrestha) and lies between China in the north and India in the south, east and west.(Australia 2014) Nepal is typically characterised by a rugged topography due to the amount of hills and mountains within its area."Average Rainfall for Gorkha, Nepal."Natural hazards and environmental implications in Nepal, Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
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Nepal, a very beautiful, renowned for world heritage places for tourists worldwide.Nepal offers an astonishing diversity of sightseeing attractions and adventure opportunities found nowhere else on earth.We are knowing Nepal by different sectors, like Nepal is the richest country of mountains and it is knowing by the temples country and the second richest country of rivers.Our country is the birthplace of Gautam Buddha who is the founder of buddhism religion.Nepal is one of the richest countries in the world in terms of bio-diversity due to its unique geographical position and latitudinal variation.The major religion in Nepal is Hinduism, and the Pashupatinath Temple, the world’s largest temple of Shiva which is located in Kathmandu, att...
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A total of 55% to 85% of drinking water sources are micro-biologically contaminated (OCHA, 2008).• National Water Plan (2005) .Food Crisis in Nepal .Potentiality for agriculture development should be taped with increasing concerns for irrigation, fertilizer, storage, marketing, improved seeds and breeds, quality control, improved service delivery, research focus on niche areas, credit facility and capable human resources.Income possibilities, limited access to productive resources, lack of functioning services and substandard managerial and organizational capacity.
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There are some declining figures in tourism inflow in Nepal due to the very recent global .immense possibility of developing adventure tourism in the mountains and rivers of Nepal.country’s image at global level and have help to bring more tourists to Nepal.Rural community development such as health, water, roads, power supplies etc.developments in Nepal and peace agreement with so called rebel group are improving the .
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In Nepal, there are so many traditional festival celebrates highlighting various customs and beliefs, so here it can be seen Nepal has comparative advantages in development of tourism because of various attraction, like : natural topography for example Mountain Everest, attractive valleys, beautiful landscape and heritage.And current estimate of Nepal has approximately 40,000 MW capacity feasible hydro power but Nepal has able to develop only 600 MW of hydro power.This was the first plan where the basic needs of people was also included, like food, cloth, shelter, education(primary school level education and skilled based education), freedom, fuel wood, health care, drinking water, and transportation for rural areas was also included in ...
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The era has been termed as a period of consolidation of Nepal’s foreign policy as “Nepal took one of the most important decisions in its foreign policy chapter by becoming a founder member of Non Aligned Movement (NAM) at the height of cold war.” King Birendra used this very forum, in its 1973 summit to propose Nepal as a ‘zone of peace’.The turning point in Nepal’s foreign policy came “when the political situation in South Asian region, particularly India, [became] fluid and volatileâ€¦following India’s independence, Nepal was also able to free herself from the clutches of Rana Oligarchy in the year 1950.” At the same time, Nepal witnessed her neighbour become a communist China.India’s faith in Nepal could dwindle if Nepal does not ti...
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If we miss time.it is like the blown wind or flowed water.Nepal is small but rich in natural resources although it is poor by economic condition.It is also flowing like the water of a river, blowing like the wind and passing together with the time.A library (from French “librairie”; Latin “liber” = book) is an organized collection of resources made accessible to a defined community for reference or borrowing.Water resource is the main source of our country.
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All the amount of the fund is deposited in Nepal Rastra Bank or any other bank.The cluster has prepared a contingency plan with the participation of Government of Nepal, UN and other I/NGOs.Is integral to all of the sections and is reflected in the indicators for water .The Global Water Sanitation and Hygiene Cluster is a partnership grouping 32 partners and aiming at improving the coordination and the humanitarian response in the WASH Sector.UNICEF has made 22,000 standard hygiene kits available along with prepositioned stock of WASH supplies that include water tanks, toilet slabs, buckets, and water treatment equipment.
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Several factors have contributed to Nepal’s underdevelopment, including its landlocked geography, rugged terrain, deficiency of natural resources, and poor infrastructure.As per the Nepal Living Standards Measurement Survey (NLSMS), between 1995/96 to 2003/04, from one-third to one-half of the poverty reduction in Nepal was a result of increased remittances coming into the country.Beyond food supply, other sustaining factors have been considered such as shelter, clean water and air, availability of medicines, etc.They also use some bodies of water, household spaces, and some small, inaccessible vacant land areas.Landlocked, deficient in substantial resources for economic development, and hampered by an insufficient .
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As it does not take into account the time value of money, gross margins are not sensitive to interest rates, and are a good first approximation of financial feasibility.Total variable costs include: the purchase of seed, fertilizer, and pesticides; hiring oxen; and all labor involved in cultivation activities.In the Mid-hills of Nepal near Kathmandu, potato and tomato production have increased dramatically in the last 10 years (Brown and Shrestha, 2000).But, vegetable production is demanding of soil, water, and human resources.The aims of this paper are five-fold: 1) to determine the relative profitability of vegetable production in the Mid- hills of Nepal; 2) to assess the economic impact of incorporating vegetables into the dominant...
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These rafting trips will surely be the highlight of your trip.So your thrilling rafting experience in Nepal surely will be the one you would cherish throughout life.There are numerous rivers like the Trishuli which are famous for commercial white water sports while some rivers like the warm and beautiful Seti River give you the beautiful view of the forested canyons.Maybe a visit to Nepal could fulfill your unfulfilled dreams.Definitely, Nepal is an incredible nation where you get to enjoy numerous ethnicity and varieties of rafting adventure experience which give you an exceptional break to discover the isolated countryside which is by no means likely without river expeditions.
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Expansion of airport facilities, some construction work, tree plantation, provision of water and electricity supplies, road construction from Bhairwa to Lumbini, renovation of various chaityas and stupas, archeological surveys etc.The Monastery of Royal Thai (Thailand), Chinese Monastery (China), Vietnam Phat Quoc Tu (Vietnam), Mahabodhi Society of Kolkotta (India), International Nun’s Society (Nepal), The Great Lotus Stupa (Tara Foundation, Germany), Myanmar Monastery (Myanmar), Manang Sewa Samaj (Nepal), Linhson Monastery (France), Sokyao Temple (Japan), Geden International (Austria), Sri Lankan Monastery (Sri-Lanka), Korean Mahabodhi Society (South Korea), Dharmodhaya Sabha (Nepal), Drigung Kagyud Meditation Center (India), Cambodian ...
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Surface Water Sources: At present, there are 35 surface sources being tapped for water supply mostly situated at hills surrounding the valley as spring in the valley.As per agreement made with ADB for Melamchi Water Supply Project (MWSP), the Government of Nepal restructured the existing only one State owned regulator and operator , Nepal Water Supply Corporation (NWSC) and establishing three separate entities, each for the role of asset ownership and policy setting (Kathmandu Valley Water Supply Management Board (KVWSMB), operation and management of services (Kathmandu Upatyaka Khanepani Limited (KUKL) and economic regulation of the services (Water Supply Tariff Fixation Commission (WSTFC).Water Treatment Plants: At present, there are ...
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Under this system, Nepal entered into social and economic crisis which left the economy of this country collapsed and it took many years to rebuild.The effects of the new system were felt in all the parts of Nepal where people’s lives improved drastically.When democratic system of governance was put in place in Nepal, many things were revolutionized and people’s lives changed completely.He initiated many reforms for the people of Nepal and many of the buildings in Nepal were named after this monarch.The monarch was viewed as a lord who protected the sacredness of the universe of Nepal and Nepal mandala because they do possessed spiritual and temporal powers.
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Although there was no profound discriminatory economic policy, unequal economic opportunities, unequal access to resources, and vast differences in the standard of living were seen as unfair and illegitimate by the disadvantaged members of the society.The people from different ethnic groups found the educational opportunities inequitable; especially, teaching in minority languages became problematic because of lack of resources and investment.In other words, had there been economic advancement like in Malaysia, Indonesia, or Thailand, which had ethnic grievances with a similar intensity as in Nepal, the ethnically energized Maoist conflict would not have occurred or succeeded so easily.Social and economic problems such as sharp competiti...
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The company ensured that all its rural marketing initiatives were well-supported by mouth to mouth publicity, Coca-Cola has a 67.8% market share in the field of carbonated soft drinks business of Nepal, Face book , yahoo and other online activities as might be helpful to promote their product in Nepalese market .Local production of Coca-cola in Nepal was started in 1979.However sale didn’t go on frequently until the early 1920s Coca-Cola was introduced in Nepal in 1973, which was imported from India.According to the Bottlers Nepal, it is planning to make the investment nearly $10m in the next three years to increase its operations of bottling and commence a brand of mineral water for the market.The bottler of Coca-Cola product in Nepal w...
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It distributed water, tents, hygiene kits, water purification tablets and buckets. Reports are also coming in of sub-standard relief materials and inedible food being sent to Nepal by many of the foreign aid agencies.They faced challenges in both getting assistance to Nepal and ferrying people to remote areas as the country had few helicopters. There was concern about epidemics due to the shortage of clean water, the makeshift nature of living conditions and the lack of toilets.First responders, from Nepali citizens to the Red Cross, the Nepal army and the United Nations used this data.
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As a result, this has led to increase in slums, inadequate and polluted drinking water supply, polluted air to breathe, haphazard manner of dumping the solid waste in the neighborhoods.Example may be taken as the air in Kathmandu which is the common pool resources.“If the natural resources was vast compare to the capacity of people to use it, there could be no problem” (vatn, 2005), but here the thing is just opposite to that.The use of common pool resources can be continuously done as the loop if they are managed properly and carefully exploited because they form the positive feedback loop since they are stock variable but the haphazard use of it deteriorates the stock and disrupt the flow variable for good.(Fig: Characterization of res...
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Consequently company is committed to the responsible management of water resources; establish environmental objectives and undertake to measure the progress they have made; company is committed to educating partners so that the principles listed above will be followed everywhere and by all echelons of organization.Ferrero (2008) said that “its center is an asset of resources enabling the Group to surmount difficulties, while maintaining the course towards solid development for the future.Market is also not good in Nepal due to government policies they have to charge tax and price will go high.These resources come from the power of its products and from the sense of belonging shared by all its employees.Executive Employees Managers are th...
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Most economist and developing practitioner assert that Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) facilitates countries by giving access to resources that they lack in acquiring them.FDI also)even supplement inadequate domestic resources to finance both (to finance domestic investment)ownership change and(as well as) capital formation as long as FDI is efficiency seeking rather than market seeking.Hence, in order to accelerate the volume of FDI, the government needs to facilitate investment-friendly environment in the country(hence investment-friendly climate need to be maintained in order to attract sufficient amount of FDI in Nepal).Nepal Industrial Statistics 2007/08 (Central Bureau Statistics, Nepal) shows 1,423 firms operating as FDI from 139 ...
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Korea buying bottled water after a run together, we’re there for you.The bottler of Coca-Cola in Nepal will use the funds to modernise its bottling plants in Kathmandu and Bharatpur.The company, which posted a 20% growth in 2009, said it will start manufacturing the Kinley brand of mineral water following standards prescribed by the World Health Organization (WHO).The company with the largest paper work in Nepal had Bottlers Nepal, the sole distributor for Coke in the second spot.The producer of Fanta, Sprite and Vitamin Water also reported a pick-up in growth – albeit at a more sedate 2% pace – in its home market of North America.
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A key component of a bandh is closing the highway (used in the singular in Nepal), a task lacking in logistic difficulties and ways of circumventing it.Nepal has but one all-season hydroelectric plant, with the ability to store energy generated during the summer monsoon for use during the rest of the year.As mentioned previously, Nepal has only three highways, constituting almost 90% of the country’s paved roads.However, the hydroelectric potential of Nepal is rivaled only by its lack of hydroelectric power.Power generation, primarily electrical is the bedrock of development that must be established in tandem with transportation if Nepal is to have any chance of a brighter tomorrow.
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