1 March 2013
They are climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro for many reasons - to get to the top, to realise their own dreams - but, most of all, to show the world what women can achieve. That is why they believe that education is so important for girls everywhere.
7 November 2012
Nim Doma Sherpa, who became the first WFP school meals recipient to climb Everest, is now preparing to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania next year as part of her team’s mission to reach the highest peak on all the seven continents. She will be joined by six Nepali and three African women climbers and will be highlighting the importance of girls’ education around the world.
23 October 2012
Food prices have been on the rise in the Himalayan nation – one of the poorest countries in the world – where nearly a quarter of the 26 million population live below the national poverty line.
12 September 2012
“I was so happy when WFP distributed rice and lentils in the village,” said Sukaram, recalling the first time he received food. “Not having enough food has always been a bitter fact of our life."
22 August 2012
When your job is to crisscross one of the world's most rugged and isolated mountainous areas to collect real-time information about the food security status of people living there, how would you do it in the most efficient way possible?
10 July 2012
“I can’t describe in words how thankful I am to WFP and GIZ for showing us the way to overcome poverty and making us independent and self-reliant,” says Pabitra as she started weeding the garlic field with a hoe. “I had always felt my life was cursed but their (WFP and GIZ) support has turned it into a blessing.”
3 July 2012
780 minutes of footage.
144 hours on the road.
A team's journey to reach a school in the mountains.
5 June 2012
Seventy-year-old Nandakala Singh, who receives WFP School Meals, proves that age is just a number when one has the heart to learn.
20 April 2012
"For years, I had been migrating to India to escape poverty. With this WFP-supported training, there is no reason to go to India again. Why should I go to India when I can make a living here from organic farming?" -- Chandra Saud, former WFP beneficiary
3 February 2012
A housewife and mother of two, Radha Devi is a busy bee when it comes to doing household chores every day. But once every month she doesn’t forget to visit the health post where she receives vital medical checkup for herself and her 16-month-old son under WFP’s Mother and Child Health Care (MCHC) programme.
- Nepalese women climbers set out to break male dominance of mountaineering by scaling 7 peaks Source: The Washington Post / AP
- How food keeps Nepalese children in education Source: BBC World Class
- Germany gives Rs 54m to WFP-Nepal Source: My Republica (Nepal)
- NEPAL: Gender discrimination fuels malnutrition Source: IRIN
- Food security situation remains stable Source: The Himalayan Times
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