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Nepal Earthquake Rehabilitation Builds Back Better Infrastructure

2 Jul 2022 Asian Development Bank

A natural disaster can lead to greater human calamity when the affected population is vulnerable, not having enough resilience or infrastructure to mitigate disaster risks. This has been the Asia-Pacific region’s history and experience with nature’s wrath. Therefore, when a Read More
Droughts Will Change Our World Unless We Act Now

23 Jun 2022 Tiina Vähänen

Droughts have always happened, but they are becoming more frequent and severe. Over the last two decades, droughts have impacted 1.4 billion people in the world, increasing in number and duration by almost 30% since 2000. While Africa is seeing Read More
Pollution lowers South Asian people’s life expectancy by 5 years

19 Jun 2022 Arun Ranjit

Today the world's population is breathing polluted air. Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into the natural environment that cause adverse change. Pollutants made of harmful materials into the environment because of pollution damage the quality of air, water, and Read More
Eating Dates during Ramadan has worth

17 Apr 2022 Abison Ranjit

Dates are the fruit of the date palm tree, which is grown in many tropical regions of the world. Dates have become quite popular in recent years. Almost all dates sold in Western countries are dried. A wrinkled skin indicates Read More
Passover Festival begins today after sundown

15 Apr 2022 Arun Ranjit

Passover 2022 begins at sundown on Friday, April 15 2022. This year, Passover 2022 will be celebrated from sundown on Friday April 15 to sundown on Saturday April 23. The first Seder will be on April 15 after nightfall, and Read More

14 Apr 2022 Sandhya Shrestha

So far Two Thousand and Seventy-Eight Years of Bikram Sambat has passed and we have entered into 2079 Bikram Sambat from TODAY-Thursday April 14, 2022. The New Year festival is celebrated at the beginning of the new year. People in Read More
Could 2022 Be Endgame For Polio?

5 Apr 2022 Nirmal Kumar Ganguly & Simba Makoni

COVID-19 restrictions brought down polio cases but impacted routine immunisation systems. Polio eradication has advanced remarkably, despite the COVID-19 pandemic. The limitations on travel and movement during the pandemic contained the spread of poliovirus in endemic countries-Afghanistan and Pakistan. Even Read More
Empowering women must to achieve SDGs

11 Mar 2022 Malgorzata Buszko-Briggs

Across the planet, about one billion women rely on forests for their livelihoods, helping to feed their families and contribute to household income – and building specialized knowledge of the best ways to manage and use forests sustainably. As we Read More
International Women’s Day to end biasness

8 Mar 2022 Monica Ranjit

International Women's Day is a global event celebrated annually on March 8 to commemorate the cultural, political, social, economic achievements of women marking a call to action for accelerating women's equality. This Day is both a day to celebrate the achievements Read More
Passports of Japan, Singapore Rank Top

10 Feb 2022 Sandhya Shrestha

Nepal Stands at 105th Position A passport is an official travel document issued by a country’s government to its citizens for the purpose of international travel that verifies the identity and nationality of the holder that typically contain the bearer’s Read More