Embassy of Finland, Kathmandu
Stories from the beneficiaries of the RVWRMP: Miutub Lama is enjoying a safer and healthier life in one of the remotest villages in Nepal
The Rural Village Water Resources Management Project (RVWRMP) in the Far-West of Nepal is phasing out after 16 years of its implementation. Miutub Lama is one of the beneficiaries of the project. Miutub shares how he earlier could only see plenty of streams and rivers around his house without being able to utilize the resources – with the irrigation and water supply provided by the project – his family can finally feel the benefits.
Ask Chudamani, he knows! Local expert has witnessed change in remote villages of Nepal
Special Adviser Chudamani Joshi is well-known for his knowledge of forests and plants, but also for almost any topic concerning Nepal. Chudamani joined the Embassy of Finland in Kathmandu in 2009, this autumn he will retire.
Tangerines, soap and sea buckthorn juice – development cooperation boosts rural businesses in Nepal
The Rural Village Water Resources Management Project in the Far West region of Nepal ends this autumn. It succeeded in its goal of reducing poverty. In addition to improving access to water, the development cooperation project promoted livelihoods and rural business development.