Help the Needy Nepal
Nepal has ancient culture and landlocked sovereign state located in south Asia between Himalayas and bordered to the north by the Republic of China. Nepal is one of the poorest countries ruled by monarchs/ruling family for most of its modern history until May 2008 when become a republic. Democratic politics was introduced in 1991 after population protest.
Gyanendra was the last king in Nepal who assumed two executive powers in 2002 and 2005. Most population depends on agriculture, and UN estimate that about 40% of Nepalese live in poverty. Nepal is heavily dependent on trade with Neighboring India. Their population of about 30 million makes them the 41st most populous country. Kathmandu is the nation's capital and country's largest metropolis. Nepal is divided into 14 zones and 75 districts, grouped into 5 development regions. Each district is headed by a permanent chief district officer responsible for maintaining law and order and coordinating the work of field agencies of the various government ministries.
They love dancing and invest in tourism in Nepal. 34% of the populations are young one who involve in slavery in the east and prostitution. About 46% are also unemployed due to the illegal increase in population About 12,000 girls are forced into trafficking per year. Has a very dense population of about 450 people per square mile. They are descendant of 3 major migrations from India, Tibet, and North Burma and Yunnan via Assam.
The speaker, Carol, advises us to try and make a trip to Nepal and see what is going on there. She said she will like us to concentrate our impact on Nepal because the future of Nepal children is in our hands. He made mention of a past NMC student, Mukesh Dandi who died in an accident.
We need to help the needy. There are many people in the world calling for freedom and hunger for a better living. They need us, they need our help, and they need money and shelter to survive. We need t remember we are all human, no matter the region or language.