The Inclusive Development of the Economy (INCLUDE) Programme is a joint Nepali-German initiative under the guidance of the Ministry of Industry (MoI), Government of Nepal. Technical Assistance to the Programme is provided by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, which acts on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Read More..
Just in time for the Nepali New Year, on April 14th 2015, the Kathmandu valley has banned plastic bags up to 40 microns thickness. While this means an almost general prohibition in the densely populated Kathmandu valley, in the rest of the country all thin plastic bags (up to 30 microns thickness) are also banned.
The Tourism Development Society (TDS) participated in Travel & Tourism Fair - 2015 (TTF-2015), India’s largest travel trade show network, in New Delhi. For three days during the event, February 10-12, TDS offered the best representation of the attractions in the Far-west region of Nepal as well as new tourism products to the tourism businesses from India. At the TTF 2015, the Far-west Nepal won the “the Most Promising New Destination” award. The prize was given on the concluding day of the Fair.