To overcome the worsening health crisis in Nepal due to the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, The Coca-Cola Foundation is supporting CREASION to set up an oxygen generating unit. The unit is one of the most vital medical equipment needed. The funding is in
Turkish Airlines was once again named the country’s most valuable brand for 2021, according to a survey by a leading independent valuation and strategy consultancy. The airline led the list of Top 100 Turkish Brands 2021 for the fifth time in a row with a
In face of the second surge of Covid 19, Himalaya Airlines in line with its CSR commitment, came forward to support bringing home 200,000 doses of Vero Cell vaccines donated by the Tibet Autonomous Region Government, PRC. Himalaya’s Airbus 319-115, 9N-AJK operated four back-to-back flights
Centre for South Asian Studies, Community Self Reliance Centre (CSRC), Environment, Culture, Agriculture Research and Development Society- Nepal, Forum for Protection of Public Interest (Pro Public), Forward Nepal , LDC Watch, Local Initiatives for Biodiversity Research and Development (LI-BIRD), Niti Foundation, Society for Legal &
During the review period of April 28 to May 27, 2021, the Nepal Stock Exchange (NEPSE) index went up by a whopping 216.32points (+8.32%) to close at 2,815.39points. Although the country has been hard-hit by the second wave of coronavirus pandemic and the political turmoil,
“True belonging doesn’t require us to change who we are. It requires us to be who we are.” Social scientist Brené Brown, PhD, LMSW, has sparked a global conversation about the experiences that bring meaning to our lives experiences of courage, vulnerability, love, belonging, shame, and empathy. In Braving
The second wave of the Covid 19 pandemic that erupted from mid-April claimed the lives of 1.4% from 344,779 people infected across the country, despite administration enforcing tough lockdown to restrict movement of people to stem the spread of coronavirus.
Though the country initiated inoculation drive
Two thirds of the global population is employed by MSMEs. In Nepal there are 31 lakh MSMEs registered with an additional 67.5% operating in the informal sector employing 17.5 lakh people.
Today, MSME’s are the hardest hit by the Covid 19 crisis. What can the MSME
As the second wave of the pandemic raged through the country, panic and fear gripped the citizens amidst an over stretched healthcare system, fragile infrastructure and shortages of the most essential requirements for the treatment of those infected by the virus. Frustration abounded among health
The government was unsurprisingly unprepared for the second wave of Covid 19 despite clear indicators and warnings from many quarters. Amidst a grim scenario also comes to light the fact that the senior population of the country that enthusiastically took the first shot of the