Ppt on nepali culture and people

The Indo-European Family of Languages. Indo-European languages The Indo-European languages include 150 languages spoken by about three billion people,

Old Testament. Other languages were Lydian (spoken by a people who ruled the south coast of Anatolia), Lycian (spoken by a Hellenic culture along the western coastal regions), Luwian (spoken in ancient Troy) and Palaic. All languages in this branch are extinct. 20 / Urdu is spoken by the Muslims so uses the Arabic Nastaliq script. These two languages are found in north and central India and Pakistan. Nepali is closely related to Hindi. Hindi 23 BBI 3101-HISTORY OF ENGLISH - LECTURE 5 In India most of the/


Nepal A rare confluence of Natural Beauty and Cultural Diversity Presented by Manju Poudel.

out of the ten highest mountains of the World Culture Nepal Has 36 ethnic groups Hindu and Buddhist share same religious values Deepawali (Tihar) Dashai /to ensure transparent democracy Kings dictatorshipMilitary rule The people of Nepal are sandwiched between armed forces of the king and the Maoist. Conclusion Nepal is a beautiful //html/dcp/html/census/popcur.html  http://www.cbs.gov.np/ - This is Nepali government, central bureau of statistics, website. I used this websites to find statistical facts /


Nepal is landlocked country located between China and India. Northern part of country is covered by High Himalayan rages, which consist hundreds of.

,123 ft) from sea level. This region begins at the Mahabharata Range expended between Terai in the south and Mountain ranges in the north. This is also home of diverse and colorful Nepali culture of the mountain people.  Mountain Region : The Mountain region or Himalayan region is from about 3,000 meters (10,000 ft) toward north bordering with Tibetan plateau. The snowline at 5/


NON FORMAL PASTORAL TRAINING Highlights  Trainees who have experienced Christ in their lives and received the call for ministry  Requires 20% of class.

, Hindi, Gujarati and Nepali  On the job/people into communities of believers –To train in Biblical counseling methods –To train in administering church ministries  Duration : 180 days in three years @ 10days once in two months. 26 courses of 7 departments in 1,260 hours @ 35 hours per course  Subjects : –Biblical theology, –Hermeneutics and Homiletics, –old testament and new testament – in-depth studies, –contemporary religion, –Leading and mobilizing the church, –Cultural anthropology, –Cross cultural/


LOGO Topic of the Research: A framing analysis on Nepalese media portrayal of disaster events using news frames and PPRR cycle www.qut.edu.au Bharat Raj.

culturally and environmentally appropriate for Nepal LOGO www.qut.edu.au 1.The socio-economic and demographic situation of Nepal. 2.The global and regional (Nepal) trends of disasters and/and other government media will report disaster events effectively to seek prominence from the government and people. 3. At the macro-level: The study will assist government and/ in Nepali language. LOGO www.qut.edu.au Data analysis – Phase-1 This research study has followed the procedure recommended by Miles and Huberman /


Language and Translation Industry of India: A Historical and Cultural Perspective (XVIII FIT World Congress 2008, Shanghai, China) Ravi Kumar President.

include Sindhi, at another time to include Konkani, Manipuri and Nepali.  and most recent one to include Bodo, Santhali, Maithili and Dogri. The 100 th Constitutional Amendment which added these /and to the means of communication in 21 st Century India. Digital Divide  Computer penetration in India is estimated to be 7.5 per 1000 people / as well as world in general End note  The unique cultural diversity of the Language and Translation Industry of India thus provides rich prospects for mutually enriching/


Tourism and news media Tourism journalism in Nepal.

with the mountains and lifestyle of Himali people at that time. Nepali media did not cover these stories rather than the politics. After 1990, Nepal recognized as a democratic country; with the beginning of Maoist insurgency, and royal massacre attracted/the country. The then Royal Nepal Airlines started to publish its own magazine from 1973. It would cover the tourism and cultural aspects of the country. Similarly Nepal Traveler, began to publish from 1980s. Alternatives : Holiday Nepal, Traveler Nepal, /


Vocational Training Role in Employment of Nepali People Ph.D. Student, Kul B. Basnet Professor, Jinsoo Kim Dept. Of Technology Education Korea National.

Nepali People Ph.D. Student, Kul B. Basnet Professor, Jinsoo Kim Dept. Of Technology Education Korea National University of Education Ph.D. Student, Kul B. Basnet Professor, Jinsoo Kim Dept. Of Technology Education Korea National University of Education Asian Conf. of AASVET, Beijing, 2011.5.26-27 1 I INTRODUCTION II SOCIO-ECONOMIC CONTEXT III EMPLOYMENT SITUATION IV VOCATIONAL TRAINING and/Authors individual experience and observation RESEARCH FRAMEWORK 9 Mosaic of culture, language and religion Ethnic /


Motivated by Faith: Working in Secular and Faith-based Environments Ray Martin, Nick Henwood.

long haul... getting engaged with language learning, and serving in a place for 10 years or more. B - Im interested in variety, in working alongside lots of different people, perhaps serving in several different locations over/ Health and Development work. And Medecins du Monde (Secular Humanitarian aid agency) (2000-2004) - Community / government health-post TB / HIV support. UMN Time to learn about Nepali culture. Emphasis on language learning. Encouragement towards involvement with the Nepali church./


From Harm to Home | Rescue.org Refugees and Asylees Students and Families.

2003 War in Afghanistan began in 2001 US and Allied forces worked with Iraqi and Afghan citizens 16 From Harm to Home | Rescue.org Bhutan, Nepal 17 From Harm to Home | Rescue.org Background: Need to Know: Nepali people moved into the south of Bhutan in late 1800s, Bhutanese became later concerned as they kept their Nepali culture. Many fled or were expelled in 1990s Living/


1 Sikkim THE LAND OF PEACE AND TRANQUILITY For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org AUGUST 2012.

Centres2 District Hospitals4 Central Referral Hospital (STNM Hospital, Gangtok) 1 District Tuberculosis Centre1 AUGUST 2012 24 Cultural Infrastructure THE LAND OF PEACE AND TRANQUILITY For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org INFRASTRUCTURE STATUS Sikkim → There are three ethnic communities in Sikkim: Lepcha, Bhutia and Nepali. Buddhism and Hinduism are the two main religions followed in the state. It has nearly 200 monasteries, of which/


Current ICT Infrastructure of Nepal and NREN services Prashant Manandhar Nepal Research & Education Network (NREN). Prime College, Tribhuwan University.

Nepali language for communities on developing process. Current NREN Activity Web enabled video, audio and text communication. To fulfill the communicating gap between the remote health polyclinics and health post. Enables the users to share their ideas and/ and sustainability for Health Programs. The factor visible is only tools and technology for Health. HealthNet Nepal Social and cultural/people living in the remote villages of Nepal, where villagers have no means of modern communication means. 15 nodes and/


Time management, Quality Assurance and Record keeping Er Tulasi P Sitaula Ministry of PP, Works,and Transport Management 9/22/2015 1.

 Time is valuable element in life of everything  ‘Time and Tide waits for no man’ – a Proverb  Nepali Time : accepted delay/time waste  Better late than never/ /uncomfortable  Good project managers know when not to manage a project  Too few people on a project cant solve the problems - too many create more problems than / the participation of all members of an organization in improving processes, products, services and the culture in which they work  "assurance" can mean the act of giving confidence/


Seventh Annual NaSEA /ANMA Joint Convention at Atlanta September 3-5, 2011 Archana Kattel, Ph.D. President, FNA A Statewide Organization Established and.

To promote close cooperation and friendship people residing in Florida and the neighboring states.  To promote educational, charitable, social, and cultural activities. Florida Nepal/Nepali) Community  “Conscious Discipline” for Children  Include everyone in the community, regardless of age, sex and background.  Outreach to all Nepali living in Florida and beyond to involve them in the activities that will benefit all, regardless of age, sex, and background.  Organize programs that will be chosen by and/


Migrant Workers & Human Rights in South Asia 1 Migrant Workers and Human Rights: Role of Trade Unions in South Asia Pong-Sul AHN Senior Specialist on.

1991-2002, is around 226,000 persons.  Nepal : in 2001, total 762,000 people have been living in foreign countries. Around 77% of this population is living in India. /Lanka comprise over 68% of total migration. Of the Nepali migrants as of 2002, 4.95% are women and 95.05% are males. The gender basis of migration/ the Middle East and due to the anti-terrorism campaign.  Migrants experience difficulties on account of ethic, cultural or religious differences  Majority of unskilled and semi-skilled migrant /


Savings and Credit Cooperatives for Economic Empowerment of Women Yagya Ghale CMF, Kathmandu, Nepal.

2.25%  Agriculture growth rate 2.3%  Agriculture Contribution to GDP39.3% Cultural Heritage  About 102 caste/ethnic groups of people  About 91 languages/dialects in use  Nepali is a national language  Nepali and English used as official language  Wood and stone carving, and pagoda type of architects are famous in the world Status of Women and Cooperatives   Status   Women Population 1,15,87,502 (50.1%)  Women/


OECD Principles on Corporate Governance

and internal control functions. The board should ensure that compensation policies and practices are consistent with the bank’s corporate culture, long-term objectives and strategy, and control environment The bank should be governed in a transparent manner. The board and/NRB, which should be playing a guardian´s role, discriminating among banks?" The Association of Nepali Development Banks and the Association of Nepali Finance Companies have also asked NRB not to liquidate the bank, but to instead, make /


SMEs AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER IN NEPAL Prof. Dr. Dilip Subba Secretary Nepal Academy of Science and Technology Nepal.

of more than 100 million Nepali rupees (NRs) Medium industries: industries with fixed assets between 30 million rupees to 100 million NRs Small industries: industries with fixed assets up to an amount of 30 million NRs Cottage industries: traditional industries utilising specific (indigenous) skills or local raw materials and resources, labour-intensive and are based on national tradition, art and culture and industries with fixed assets/


Welcome to the Lancer Library. Welcome to the SWL Wikispaces Welcome to the SWL Wikispaces swllibrary - home swllibrary - home Access research and documentation.

– the links E-mail the webmaster / author – sometimes different people Don’t be fooled! GENOCHOICE - Create Your Own Genetically Healthy /cultures which have encouraged them to memorize and copy well respected authors ► Stakes are very high and students are desperate Types of Plagiarism ► unintentional misrepresentation due to lack of understanding of rules about quoting, paraphrasing, and/30 20 Nwaelleh, Quinn Nwaelleh, Quinn Wed. May 31 19 Nepali, Arun Nepali, Arun Wed. May 31 18 Nazir, Mina Nazir, Mina/


Hampshire Ethnic Minority and Traveller Achievement Service (EMTAS) Michelle Nye – County Inspector/ Adviser for Ethnic Minority Achievement, Race Equality.

and Cultural Diversity and Team leader of EMTAS February 2016 Hampshire EMTAS A core of: Bilingual assessment and support in 25 languages for children new to English Comprehensive range of services to support Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) children and young people Parental engagement, interpreting and/Data 2013-14 Total of referrals 972 Top 5: –Nepali (179) –Polish (172) –GRT (79) –Portuguese (42) –Chinese (39) 2014-15 Total of referrals 1069 Top 5: –Polish (220) –Nepali (127) –GRT (113) –Romanian (59) –/


BRITISH GURKHA PENSION POLICIES AND EX-GURKHA CAMPAIGNS: A REVIEW

and Wales(Companies Act 1985) Motto: ‘Advancing knowledge on Nepalis’ Main research activities include: Population and Migration Ethnic Minorities and integration British Gurkha Religion and Culture Partnership with organisations and communities to promote research and bilateral interests between Nepal and the UK Means/Resources: Voluntarism and/Retired between 1 April 1975 and 1 July 1997 (with no service pension) 542 WCB of £40/month (Selected, needs-based, total 3,438 people receive WCB). Not qualified /


The Green Economy: Assessing risks and opportunities Key facts and findings of the Green Economy & Trade Report.

and socially equitable development of the Nepali tea industry is considered to be pivotal in poverty alleviation and the empowerment of rural women. The Nepali /and technology gap in support of sustainable development and poverty eradication Investing in RE technologies also creates new employment opportunities. In 2010, more than 3.5 million people/sustainable tourism in Nicaragua, a country that prominently focuses on its culture and natural environment, has an employment multiplier of two. For every/


Economy of South Asia General Objective: This course focuses on introducing the economic situation and development in South Asia, which is an important.

from cool summers and severe winters in north to subtropical summers and mild winters in south Major language: Nepali Major religions: /culture,religion and society 3.1 history and culture India. Birthplace of civilizations, cradle of religions, still home to almost a quarter of the worlds people. India has dominated the world stage through most of human history, as the home of mighty empires, as a powerful trading nation, and as a wellspring of culture and civilization. India has always intrigued and/


How to Include People with Disabilities: Disability Awareness

she was part of nutrition study Unable to request accommodations Reported less support than people who did disclose Stress of keeping the secret Things to Remember about Disclosure It’/and directed projects examining the experience of disability by diverse cultures. Completed a U. S. Department of State project, providing training and technical assistance on access and accommodations with Nepali NGOs. Directed two national projects that examined how national service can reintegrate Wounded Warriors and/


Human Development Status of Indigenous Peoples of Nepal Chaitanya Subba, Ph.D.

on the use of forests, pastures, water, sub-surface minerals and other natural resources, forced assimilation and defaming propagation; – Protects archaeological, historical, cultural and sacred sites, monuments and materials in close cooperation with concerned indigenous peoples; – Validate and protect customary laws; – Makes free, prior, informed consent of indigenous people in course of adopting and implementing legislative and administrative measures that may affect them, removing or relocating them/


THE CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY OF SOUTH ASIA. POPULATION PATTERNS  22% of the world’s population live here  A rich, complex mix of cultures  Six major religions.

and became Bangladesh  All the govts. Are democracies and monarchies  Nepal and Bhutan are monarchies CULTURES AND LIFESTYLES  Languages  India has 14 major languages  English is common, but Hindi is the official one  Indo-Aryan Languages  Hindi: India  Urdu: Pakistan  Bengali: Bangladesh  Hindustani is a mixture of Urdu and Hindi  Nepali/ Key to improving the standard of living  In most areas, 1/3 of the people can read and write  Sri Lanka is up to 90%  Weakening the caste system has opened /


Human Geography of South Asia: A Region of Contrasts Both South Asia’s rich and ancient history, and its religious and ethnic diversity, have strongly.

Bhutan briefly in 18 th century Both remained mostly independent, rarely visited by foreigners SECTION 3 Nepal and Bhutan NEXT Continued... Map SECTION 3 continued Mountain Kingdoms Evolving Monarchies In past, both countries split into/economic potential Rich Cultural Traditions A Mix of People Nepal’s Indo-Nepalese, Hindu majority came from India centuries ago -speak Nepali, variation of Sanskrit Nepal also has groups of Tibetan ancestry, including Sherpas -high-Himalayan people; traditional mountain/


Ch. 24 Section 3 Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, And Sri Lanka.

Naepali and practice hinduism The People C.Maldive, mix of peoples and cultures from places like southern India, Sri Lanka, East Africa & Arab countries D. Sri Lanka, Two Main Ethnic groups, which are fircely divided along ethnic and religious/Culture Religion & Language Hindu is Nepals main religion Islam main religion in Maldives Buddhism is main religion in Sri Lanka & Bhutan Sri Lanka official language is Sinhalese and Tamil is spoken as well Maldives speak Dhivehi and English Nepal majority speak Nepali/


Human Geography of South Asia: A Region of Contrasts Both South Asia’s rich and ancient history, and its religious and ethnic diversity, have strongly.

recently transitioned into a federal republic, using a parliamentary model Both must balance the interests of neighboring China and India NEXT Developing Economies Limited Resources Both countries are poor: agricultural economies, but have little farmland -/potential Rich Cultural Traditions A Mix of People Nepal’s Indo-Nepalese, Hindu majority came from India centuries ago -speak Nepali, variation of Sanskrit Nepal also has groups of Tibetan ancestry, including Sherpas -high-Himalayan people; traditional /


Human Geography of South Asia: A Region of Contrasts Both South Asia’s rich and ancient history, and its religious and ethnic diversity, have strongly.

Bhutan briefly in 18 th century Both remained mostly independent, rarely visited by foreigners SECTION 3 Nepal and Bhutan NEXT Continued... Map SECTION 3 continued Mountain Kingdoms Evolving Monarchies In past, both countries split into/economic potential Rich Cultural Traditions A Mix of People Nepal’s Indo-Nepalese, Hindu majority came from India centuries ago -speak Nepali, variation of Sanskrit Nepal also has groups of Tibetan ancestry, including Sherpas -high-Himalayan people; traditional mountain/


Splash Screen. Chapter Menu Introduction Section 1: Section 1: India Section 2: Section 2: Pakistan and Bangladesh Section 3: Section 3: Nepal, Bhutan,

Lanka? A.Family size B.Religion C.Education Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, and Sri Lanka Section 3 The mountainous and the island cultures of South Asia reveal differences among peoples throughout the subregion. Population Patterns The people: –Nepal—Indo-Nepalese and Tibeto-Nepalese –Bhutan—Bhote people –Maldives—mix of peoples from southern India, Sri Lanka, East Africa, and Arab countries Section 3 Population Patterns (cont.) –Sri Lanka—Buddhist Sinhalese versus/


We are delighted to present 100 word stories and poems written by pupils from Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan all capturing the essence of a.

and bravery of Gurkhas. We have experienced Peoples movements, autocracy of Ranas and democracy too. This journey inspires me to cherish the sacrifice of my ancestors in making Nepal an independent and sovereign nation and to contribute towards world peace. Manish Panta Graded English Medium School, Lalitpur Nepal Balbhadra Kunwar, Nepali/Pakistan is rich in tourism industry. The culture of these people was not of our type but was nice and I loved this place very much and learned much about my country. Taha /


Why study languages?. What is COLT? Community and Lesser Taught Languages MMU Manchester University Salford University Bolton University UCLAN.

university and year 12/13 students: It’s fun you find out about other people and cultures knowing a language makes you more employable they lead you into other subjects you make new friends you learn about yourself and your/ Luba Luganda Latvian Lithuanian Macedonian Maldivian Malay Malayalam Mandarin Mandinka Marathi Mirpuri Mongolian Mendankwe Mende Namwanga Ndebele Nepali Nikhonde Norwegian Oromo Otjiwambo Oriya Panjabi Pashto Persian Polish Portuguese Romanian Rundi Rwanda Romanian Russian Serbian Shona/


On the Article The State of Bureaucratic Representativeness and Administrative Culture in Nepal Presented by Group :3 Nitu Kumari Gupta Md. Akhtar Mamun.

and primary data were collected on the basis of survey of 86 bureaucrats from different ministries to cover the dimension of administrative culture in Nepal Key Words of the Article Bureaucratic Representativeness Administrative culture Nation : Nepal Population : 27.8 million Language : Nepali/the relationship between societal culture and administrative culture. It doesn’t explore all relevant dimensions The research is based on interviews conducted with few higher civil servants and people. It has not /


Cultural Mirrors Multilingual and Multicultural Literature that Promotes Academic and Personal Success for ELs NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BILINGUAL EDUCATION.

struggles to find books about Latino children that are “about normal, everyday people.” My Response What happens when our students’ languages & cultures are not valued in school? NJRP-Pablo’s Story NJRP Beginning EL Characteristics/engagement Multi-media ◦Audio and visual Community of readers Social media ◦Share culture and ideas Culturally Relevant Online Text International Children’s Digital Library Example ◦Adventures of a Nepali Frog Culturally Relevant Online Text Blogs and wikis o Travel destinations/


Section 1: Natural Environments Section 2: History and Culture

are prevalent in the countries of the Indian Perimeter? People of the Indian Perimeter SECTION 2 History and Culture People of the Indian Perimeter Ethnic Groups Languages Religions Pakistan Urdu Muslim Bangladesh Bengalis Bengali Muslim Bhutan Bhote, Nepalese, tribal peoples Dzongkha, English Buddhist Nepal Indian Aryan, Tibetan Nepali, Sino-Tibetan Hindu Sri Lanka Sinhalese, Tamils Buddhist, Hindu Maldives Muslim SECTION 3 The Region Today Question: What/


Presented By: The Civil Rights Advisory Committee

cultural diversity awareness Take to management group issues and concerns Identify and assist in removing discriminatory practices and procedures and other barriers to equal opportunity in all employment and program delivery activities. Promote cultural diversity awareness Participate in forums and/that created them.” -- Albert Einstein Disabled People The largest minority in the United States/ Mien Mongolian Nepali Program Objectives Encourage API participation in programs and activities Provide network/


NATIONAL HEALTHCARE QUALITY AND DISPARITIES REPORT Chartbook on Patient Safety April 2015 This presentation contains notes. Select View, then Notes page.

achieve the three aims of better care, smarter spending, and healthier people, but there is still more work to do, specifically/, Mongolian, Nepali, Sinhala, and Samoan. Source: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project, State Inpatient Databases, California, 2009- 2011, and AHRQ Quality /and adverse actions against health care providers. ► Culture of patient safety, recognized as important for reducing adverse events, and surveys to monitor the culture/


1 West Bengal CULTURALLY ARTISTIC For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org AUGUST 2012.

the official language of the state, though English and Hindi are also widely used. Nepali is spoken primarily in the Darjeeling district. Parameters /and Culture Museum, Rashtriya Lalit Kala Academy, Academy of Fine Arts, Asiatic Society and Ashutosh Museum of Indian Arts are some of the art establishments in the state. → West Bengal has a rich culture and/ year from tea estates in Assam, West Bengal, Vietnam, Uganda and Rwanda employing 90,000 people. → The company has its registered office in Kolkata. → The/


Language Chapter 6. Language Language – a set of sounds, combinations of sounds, and symbols that are used for communication.

and Cultural Identity Language and National Identity Standard Language a language that is published, widely distributed, and purposefully taught. Government usually plays a big role in standardizing a language. Language and Political Conflict Belgium: Flanders (Flemish language) Wallonia (French language) Percent of People 5 Years and/Konkani Maithili Malayalam Manipuri Marathi Nepali Oriya Punjabi Sanskrit Santhali Sindhi Tamil Telugu Urdu Indian Languages ► Hindi is the official and main link language of /


Section 3-1a Cultures and Lifestyles Key Terms mantra, sadhu, raga, tala Read to Discover…the languages and religions of South Asia.  the contrasts between.

India, is a mixture of Hindi and Urdu. (Used in the film industry)  –Nepali and Sinhalese are the official languages of Nepal and Sri Lanka. Indo-Aryan Languages About one-fifth of the people in southern India and Sri Lanka speak languages of the Dravidian/Mahabharata and the Ramayana, epic poems composed between about 1500 B.C. and 500 B.C.  Literature Tagore wrote poetry, fiction, and drama in both Bengali and English, and he composed music, painted, and used his works to express a cultural and patriotic/


Direct Observation Describe methods and goals of direct observation Carry out an unstructured observation on a segment of video, writing up notes, with.

do something 6.RECORD KEEPING Get close enough to people and make them feel comfortable enough in your presence so/observer: Reactivity Objectivity Record your feelings and reactions to what you observe Studying your Own Culture FIELDWORK: Gender, Parenting, Personal /and other aspects of child care and care giving nurturing may directly influence quality of childs diet Caregiver-child and child care behaviors more important than intra-household food allocation behavior in determining rural Nepali/


A program of: O Pathways to Wellness: Integrating Refugee Health and Well-Being Screening Refugees for Anxiety and Depression.

culturally competent, short screening questionnaire.  The RHS-15 (Refugee Health Screener-15) screens refugees for distressing symptoms of anxiety and depression, including PTSD. It is not DIAGNOSTIC, it is PREDICTIVE.  After a rigorous year-long evaluation, the assessment was empirically proven to be reliable and effective, with up to 30% of people/93 Iraqi  75 Nepali Bhutanese  36 Karen  45 Burmese Speaking (Karenni and Chin ethnic groups) 190 were followed up with and diagnostic proxies completed /


Mountain kingdoms. Geographic Isolation The main geographic feature of Nepal and Bhutan is… - mountainous landscapes. Each country consists of a central.

is tourism To the valley Kathmandu, the capital, to climb the Himalayas Rich Cultural Traditions Mix of Peoples Nepal has more than 26 million people which is made up of over 40 different races and tribes. Indo-Nepalese Hindus are a majority of the people in Nepal. They speak Nepali which is Sanskrit and ancient Indo-Aryan language. The main ethnic group in Bhutan is Bhote. Sherpas/


GENERAL FOCUS OF NEPAL -Bandana Sharma. Nepal Overview : Nepal Overview : Southern Asia between India And China.

have more then 15 peak higher than 8000 m) Nepalese Culture Nepal is blessed with one of the richest cultures in the world Combinations of different traditions Nepalese people culturally warm and hostile Nepalese Food NEPALI MAIN DISH Bhat – steamed rice Dal – Lentil soup Aloo Tama - Bamboo shoot and potato Sag - Green Vegetables Masu meat with spices (curry) - and gravy Gundruk -(Pickled Leafy Vegetable) Achar - a sour, spice/


Education at the stage of uncertainty : English medium schooling and Gurung community in rural Nepal Presenter: MAGAART Seminar on SDR Hari Maya Sharma.

people ( present) Question: How is English in Education Policy (EMI) practiced in local context? How does the school practice of the policy influence those indigenous students and their family members to practice and experience their existing culture and to adapt new cultural/ but not taught in English (most of the interaction in Nepali) Claim to give quality education but not good physical and academic environment Theoretical Framework Socio-cultural perspectives (Levinson, Sutton & Winstead, 2009: p. 770)/


A support project that focused on the implementation of proactive, systematic and integrated efforts to reach out to and better serve New Americans in.

of economic, social, and racial justice and to work with people to achieve economic independence:  CVOEO was incorporated in 1965 and one of five Community/Nepali as dominant language  36.3% had children 5 and under  26.7% had members 60 and older  92%+ were satisfied with experience at CVOEO  Food Shelf was most used, followed by Community Action and/Data collection  Staff more culturally aware  Open House  Protocols created for using interpreters  Interpreted tax and financial classes  Parent /


A Partner In a thousand of journeys of Recovery, Healing and Transformation of people with a mental health challenge to live a meaningful life in a community.

at the age of 53 years old VISION – Healthy people, stronger families, vibrant communitiesVISION – Healthy people, stronger families, vibrant communities MISSION – ICHS provides culturally and linguistically appropriate health services to improve the health of Asian Pacific Islanders and the broader community.MISSION – ICHS provides culturally and linguistically appropriate health services to improve the health of Asian Pacific Islanders and the broader community. CORE VALUES : TEAMCORE VALUES : TEAM MEDIC/


Meeting Survivors’ Needs: A Multi-State Study of Survivors’ Experiences with Domestic Violence Programs’ Non-Residential Services and Supports NCADV/NOMAS.

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About our program A person-centered, collaborative, culturally competent, community- based care system of primary health services, wellness education.

program, not just Mental Health program!! Further development of culturally competent services – Acupuncture, Asian constitution-based nutrition, Tai Chi, Chi Gong, Yoga, meditation, chanting, etc. Dental Service through dental mobile van starting in July. Focus on smoking cessation and Tobacco free campus. Process improvement to make the workflow more user friendly, to serve people in a more efficient way. HIT implementation. Plans for/


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