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(From left) Industry Secretary Gyawali, Industry Minister Thapa, Kesha Kumari Damini, recipient of globally prestigious Business for Peace Awards, Australian Ambassador White, UNDP Deputy Country Director Dr Kemkhadze, Norwegian Ambassador Pettersen and MEDEP National Program Director Khatiwada during a felicitation for Ms Damini organised by the Ministry of Industry on 11 June 2014. (Photo Courtesy MEDEP, Lalitpur)
Australia's Ambassador to Nepal, HE Glenn White, addressing the launching of a new Australian government funded five-year regional agricultural research program in Dhulikhel on 4 July, 2014.
Australia Awards Scholarships
Australian funds to 15 small projects
On 23 September 2014, Australia’s Ambassador to Nepal, HE Glenn White, presented cheques worth NPR 29.4 million to 14 nongovernment organisations in Nepal under the embassy’s Direct Aid Program 2014-15. The Embassy, through its Direct Aid Program, is funding projects in health, education, disability, sports and media development.
Clean up Nepal Hosts Nationwide Cleanup in Nepal
The nationwide event will be held on Saturday, 20 September 2014 as part of the Clean Up The World global campaign. Interested individuals, groups and organisations can register for the nationwide cleanup at www.cleanupnepal.org.np or contact the Clean up Nepal office by phone on +977 1-4226471.
Research project on sustainable use of groundwater and surface water launched
On 17 September 2014, Nepal’s Minister for Irrigation, Hon. Narayan Prakash Saud and Australia’s Ambassador to Nepal, HE Glenn White, launched a four-year regional project (June 2014-June 2018) on ‘Improving water use for dry season agriculture by marginal and tenant farmers in the Eastern Gangetic Plains’ in Kathmandu.
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We encourage use of this online registration service by Australians planning to reside overseas for extended periods, and those travelling to locations where there are security risks.
Information for Australian Travellers
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Australian travellers and residents in Nepal are encouraged to register with the Australian Embassy in Nepal and seek updated information on current security issues.