• Work in Finland - Meet Umesh from Nepal - Promotional films for the Finnish Government

    Work in Finland is a series of videos done for the Ministry of Employment and the Economy to promote the quality of life and study and employment possibilities Finland has to offer. We wanted to let the people talk and tell their own stories. From dreams of snow to white picket fences, this is what they wanted to say about their adopted home country. Umesh is originally from Nepal. He originally came to Finland to study health care and is now permanently living and working in Finland. When searching online for suitable universities around the world he found a picture of a man sitting on the ice of a frozen lake. The picture fascinated him so much he decided to move to Finland. Umesh lives in the Jyväskylä area surrounded by lakes. He is married to a Finn and they have two daughters. He wo...

    published: 29 Oct 2014
  • Volunteer in Nepal with The Global Work & Travel Co.

    Namaste! Volunteer in Nepal with The Global Work & Travel Co. With dozens of meaningful causes to make a difference in, Nepal is a great place to do some volunteering, and learn about this fascinating culture simultaneously. You'll be certain to learn a thing or two about yourself along the way as well! With sights and landscapes like no other, why not make Nepal your next destination. The Global Work & Travel Co. will make it easy for you! To learn more, visit http://globalworkandtravel.com #globalworkandtravel

    published: 27 Mar 2015
  • DI pipe laying works in Nepal

    DI pipe laying works in neplal by Kalika construction ( pvt) ltd group

    published: 21 Jan 2016
  • Seminar on Online Work in Nepal

    The event mainly focused on SEO, Google Adsense on blogs and website, youtube videos etc... Held on 24th February 2016 at Russian Centre of Science and Culture, Kamalpokhari , Kathmandu Presenters: Krishna Bogati Blogger and SEO Expert Abhishek Tiwari Freelancer and Adsense Expert Organizer: Chulo Network Supporters: Nepal Russia ICT Society, Swastik College, CSIT Association Nepal

    published: 04 Mar 2016
  • One year after devastating earthquake, Nepal works to repair its cultural heritage

    The massive earthquake that rocked Nepal a year ago killed thousands and displaced many more, but it also left an indelible mark on the nation’s cultural heritage, destroying centuries-old temples and monuments. As rebuilding efforts begin, conflicts are surfacing between the economic aesthetics of tourism and local religious priorities. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports.

    published: 01 Jun 2016
  • online job in nepal

    online job in nepal.u can earn fast online money and also fast payment.online job in nepal full tutorial executive job search job search job search engine job search engines job searches job searching jobs search local job search search job search jobs

    published: 16 Aug 2015
  • Come with us to Nepal!

    Kelvin and Jaycee travel to Nepal to explore the ancient city and do some volunteering works to help to rebuild the confidence of local student after their experience with the recent disastrous earth quake. There will be another documentary talking about the life of Nepalese after earth quake and also to give some insights of our BTS and the challenges we face along the journey. Stay Tuned! Shoot by: Kelvin Goh Edited by: Kelvin Goh Produced by: Kelvin Goh Special Thanks: Mr Shiva From Himkala Adventures Remember to check out Mr Shiva website if you are planning for a trip to Nepal, he is a wonderful and hardworking tour guide, without him nothing of this will be possible! http://www.himkalaadventure.com/ Also, don't forget to subscribe to us! - - - - SUBSCRIBE TO US! DAN KHOO - htt...

    published: 30 Dec 2016
  • Nepal Micro-Hydro

    Lighting mountain communities in Nepal through one simple solution Access to clean and affordable modern energy is critical for social and economic development. Worldwide, about 1.5 billion have no access to electricity, and 1 billion more have access only to unreliable electricity networks. In the Himalayan country, Nepal, the towering mountains are a formidable obstacle to the people who need modern energy. Only 20 percent of the mountain villages have access to electricity. Since 1996, UNDP, its partners and the Government of Nepal have worked together with local communities to provide energy to remote areas through one clean, simple and plentiful means: water. Nearly 400 micro-hydro power plants have been built bringing energy to roughly half a million people. Local communities the...

    published: 28 Jan 2013
  • Volunteering with Google in Nepal (effect.org)

    One of my more emotional weeks I had in my life (seldomly have wet eyes cutting a movie :-) ) As you know, I went with a dozen other Googlers to Nepal for 9 days to discover, listen, understand and volunteer. Initiated by effect.org and Nepal Rises (http://effect.org/other-works/nepal-r...) the event ended in a 54 hour hackathon. It was my chance to escape the bubble I live in, as media has long forgotten the earthquake last year (and so did I). I found many kind volunteers that helped me raise over €3300 athttp://gofundme.com/hacknepal . Thanks for this. Every € got matched by Google. You can continue donating there, the matching is still active. You could also donate directly to http://effect.org/other-works/nepal-rises/ Besides the destruction left behind by the earthquake, I also s...

    published: 11 Apr 2016
  • What is SPIN (Scythe Project in Nepal)?

    What is SPIN? On a shoestring budget, two volunteers brought dozens of scythes to the mountains of Nepal, where, like in much of Asia, the harvesting of grains and fodder is traditionally done with sickles.  In recent years, many young people from the countryside have been leaving their family farms in the hope of escaping this drudgery, and finding a brighter future in the city. Every day, over 1,300 Nepalese, mostly men, are leaving the country for employment in neighbouring countries. As a result, fewer people are working Nepal's land, which undermines the self-sufficiency and food security of the region. A means of speeding up the harvest would be of clear benefit to Nepali farmers. Introducing the scythe to places where the sickle is traditionally used will result in several ben...

    published: 01 Dec 2013
  • Action Works Nepal's Radha Paudel on her journey for peace and justice - Part 1 of 4

    Radha Paudel, N-Peace Awardee and member of MDM Class of 2010, went back to AIM last 28 May 2013 and shared her experience working for peace and justice through the organization she founded, Action Works Nepal (AWON). Read more: http://cdm.aim.edu/blog/2013/06/47-action-works-nepals-radha-paudel-on-her-journey-for-peace-and-justice

    published: 24 Jul 2013
  • GoodWeave Works to End Nepal Child Labor, Educational Opportunities at Hamro Ghar - produced by CNN

    Education can decide a child's future -- yet many kids in the weaving communities where GoodWeave operates have no such choice. Hamro Ghar (our home), is GoodWeave's rehabilitation center in Nepal, India. At Hamro Ghar rescued and at-risk kids receive educational opportunities in an effort to break the cycle of poverty and end child labor. This piece was broadcast by CNN on Monday, April 18, 2011.

    published: 27 Sep 2011
  • From Nepal to Otago Polytechnic

    Jubin Gautam shares with us just how easy it was to move from Nepal to Dunedin, New Zealand to study Civil Engineering at Otago Polytechnic.

    published: 29 Jul 2012
  • Tibetan singing bowl - how it works in Kathmandu Nepal

    Tibetan singing bowl - how it works in Kathmandu Nepal

    published: 25 Jan 2012
  • beautiful girl works at nepal

    published: 16 Mar 2017
  • Local group that works in Nepal reacts to earthquake

    The magnitude 7.8 earthquake injured and killed thousands of people.

    published: 26 Apr 2015
Work in Finland - Meet Umesh from Nepal - Promotional films for the Finnish Government

Work in Finland - Meet Umesh from Nepal - Promotional films for the Finnish Government

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  • Duration: 2:36
  • Updated: 29 Oct 2014
  • views: 3195
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Work in Finland is a series of videos done for the Ministry of Employment and the Economy to promote the quality of life and study and employment possibilities Finland has to offer. We wanted to let the people talk and tell their own stories. From dreams of snow to white picket fences, this is what they wanted to say about their adopted home country. Umesh is originally from Nepal. He originally came to Finland to study health care and is now permanently living and working in Finland. When searching online for suitable universities around the world he found a picture of a man sitting on the ice of a frozen lake. The picture fascinated him so much he decided to move to Finland. Umesh lives in the Jyväskylä area surrounded by lakes. He is married to a Finn and they have two daughters. He works as a nurse and feels Finland was his destiny all along. Magneetto Media specialises in online video delivering high quality production and design solutions. Please subscribe to our channel for great video content! You’ll find us here: Web: http://magneetto.com Twitter: @magneetto YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/cha…
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Volunteer in Nepal with The Global Work & Travel Co.

Volunteer in Nepal with The Global Work & Travel Co.

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  • Duration: 3:55
  • Updated: 27 Mar 2015
  • views: 1667
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Namaste! Volunteer in Nepal with The Global Work & Travel Co. With dozens of meaningful causes to make a difference in, Nepal is a great place to do some volunteering, and learn about this fascinating culture simultaneously. You'll be certain to learn a thing or two about yourself along the way as well! With sights and landscapes like no other, why not make Nepal your next destination. The Global Work & Travel Co. will make it easy for you! To learn more, visit http://globalworkandtravel.com #globalworkandtravel
https://wn.com/Volunteer_In_Nepal_With_The_Global_Work_Travel_Co.
DI pipe laying works in Nepal

DI pipe laying works in Nepal

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  • Duration: 5:04
  • Updated: 21 Jan 2016
  • views: 918
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DI pipe laying works in neplal by Kalika construction ( pvt) ltd group
https://wn.com/Di_Pipe_Laying_Works_In_Nepal
Seminar on Online Work in Nepal

Seminar on Online Work in Nepal

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  • Updated: 04 Mar 2016
  • views: 1541
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The event mainly focused on SEO, Google Adsense on blogs and website, youtube videos etc... Held on 24th February 2016 at Russian Centre of Science and Culture, Kamalpokhari , Kathmandu Presenters: Krishna Bogati Blogger and SEO Expert Abhishek Tiwari Freelancer and Adsense Expert Organizer: Chulo Network Supporters: Nepal Russia ICT Society, Swastik College, CSIT Association Nepal
https://wn.com/Seminar_On_Online_Work_In_Nepal
One year after devastating earthquake, Nepal works to repair its cultural heritage

One year after devastating earthquake, Nepal works to repair its cultural heritage

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  • Duration: 7:03
  • Updated: 01 Jun 2016
  • views: 715
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The massive earthquake that rocked Nepal a year ago killed thousands and displaced many more, but it also left an indelible mark on the nation’s cultural heritage, destroying centuries-old temples and monuments. As rebuilding efforts begin, conflicts are surfacing between the economic aesthetics of tourism and local religious priorities. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports.
https://wn.com/One_Year_After_Devastating_Earthquake,_Nepal_Works_To_Repair_Its_Cultural_Heritage
online job in nepal

online job in nepal

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  • Duration: 11:37
  • Updated: 16 Aug 2015
  • views: 17051
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online job in nepal.u can earn fast online money and also fast payment.online job in nepal full tutorial executive job search job search job search engine job search engines job searches job searching jobs search local job search search job search jobs
https://wn.com/Online_Job_In_Nepal
Come with us to Nepal!

Come with us to Nepal!

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  • Duration: 2:57
  • Updated: 30 Dec 2016
  • views: 24922
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Kelvin and Jaycee travel to Nepal to explore the ancient city and do some volunteering works to help to rebuild the confidence of local student after their experience with the recent disastrous earth quake. There will be another documentary talking about the life of Nepalese after earth quake and also to give some insights of our BTS and the challenges we face along the journey. Stay Tuned! Shoot by: Kelvin Goh Edited by: Kelvin Goh Produced by: Kelvin Goh Special Thanks: Mr Shiva From Himkala Adventures Remember to check out Mr Shiva website if you are planning for a trip to Nepal, he is a wonderful and hardworking tour guide, without him nothing of this will be possible! http://www.himkalaadventure.com/ Also, don't forget to subscribe to us! - - - - SUBSCRIBE TO US! DAN KHOO - http://instagram.com/dankhooproductions - http://youtube.com/dankhooproductions KELVIN GOH - http://instagram.com/zoomintokelvin - http://youtube.com/zoomintokelvin ERNEST NG - http://instagram.com/ernestngbro - http://youtube.com/dontlikethatbro - - - - EMAIL For business enquiries, email us directly at contact@macamyes.net
https://wn.com/Come_With_US_To_Nepal
Nepal Micro-Hydro

Nepal Micro-Hydro

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  • Duration: 5:15
  • Updated: 28 Jan 2013
  • views: 230372
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Lighting mountain communities in Nepal through one simple solution Access to clean and affordable modern energy is critical for social and economic development. Worldwide, about 1.5 billion have no access to electricity, and 1 billion more have access only to unreliable electricity networks. In the Himalayan country, Nepal, the towering mountains are a formidable obstacle to the people who need modern energy. Only 20 percent of the mountain villages have access to electricity. Since 1996, UNDP, its partners and the Government of Nepal have worked together with local communities to provide energy to remote areas through one clean, simple and plentiful means: water. Nearly 400 micro-hydro power plants have been built bringing energy to roughly half a million people. Local communities themselves dig the channels to divert the water that powers the small plants. They also provide the labor to install the power lines and the light. "Micro-hydro was introduced in Nepal before, but the difference UNDP made was to put community people at the center of the project so that they are the driver to introduce this technology then also maintain and then have full ownership," says Shoko Nodo, UNDP Country Director in Nepal. Through these small hydro plants, big changes are happening. Clinics, schools, radio stations, businesses are all flourishing where once there was darkness and no electricity. This five-minute movie on the micro-hydro power plants of Nepal is a sneak preview of a longer documentary that will air on Discovery Channel in 2013.
https://wn.com/Nepal_Micro_Hydro
Volunteering with Google in Nepal (effect.org)

Volunteering with Google in Nepal (effect.org)

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  • Duration: 11:21
  • Updated: 11 Apr 2016
  • views: 285
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One of my more emotional weeks I had in my life (seldomly have wet eyes cutting a movie :-) ) As you know, I went with a dozen other Googlers to Nepal for 9 days to discover, listen, understand and volunteer. Initiated by effect.org and Nepal Rises (http://effect.org/other-works/nepal-r...) the event ended in a 54 hour hackathon. It was my chance to escape the bubble I live in, as media has long forgotten the earthquake last year (and so did I). I found many kind volunteers that helped me raise over €3300 athttp://gofundme.com/hacknepal . Thanks for this. Every € got matched by Google. You can continue donating there, the matching is still active. You could also donate directly to http://effect.org/other-works/nepal-rises/ Besides the destruction left behind by the earthquake, I also saw the tip of the iceberg of what problems the world has with human trafficking (an industry that recently surpassed the weapons business and soon will claim #1 of illegal drug business worldwide). I saw the rescued children and it hit home hard. But I never saw so many smiles coming my way. For a photography fan, this was amazing. And then came Holi festival, OMG. Holi was fantastic and I had a hard time making the movie any shorter with all the footage all our cameras took. I had a quick flight to Mount Everest with 2 other Googlers where I noticed that Everest is not one mountain sticking out but one of many of similar heights. Many Googlers stayed behind trekking in the Himalayas (e.g. to base camp) and I envy them very much :-) The last days we held a 2 day Hackathon where 7 ideas were battled out. Nervous at first, it was a fantastic experience working along side other Googlers, people from the NGOs (Nepal Rises and Hands.org) and local university engineering students. #travelforgood #rebuildinghope
https://wn.com/Volunteering_With_Google_In_Nepal_(Effect.Org)
What is SPIN (Scythe Project in Nepal)?

What is SPIN (Scythe Project in Nepal)?

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  • Duration: 4:32
  • Updated: 01 Dec 2013
  • views: 70768
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What is SPIN? On a shoestring budget, two volunteers brought dozens of scythes to the mountains of Nepal, where, like in much of Asia, the harvesting of grains and fodder is traditionally done with sickles.  In recent years, many young people from the countryside have been leaving their family farms in the hope of escaping this drudgery, and finding a brighter future in the city. Every day, over 1,300 Nepalese, mostly men, are leaving the country for employment in neighbouring countries. As a result, fewer people are working Nepal's land, which undermines the self-sufficiency and food security of the region. A means of speeding up the harvest would be of clear benefit to Nepali farmers. Introducing the scythe to places where the sickle is traditionally used will result in several benefits. Scythes ease the burden of harvesting with a sickle, which involves bending or squatting for hours.  At the same time, a scythe increases productivity without introducing petroleum-powered machinery. During the initial scythe demonstrations in Nepal, local farmers and agriculture officers were impressed by what they thought was a new invention, as they had never seen it before. They couldn't believe it when they were told that the scythe has been around for centuries. Most of the development agencies are promoting motorized alternatives, to replace sickles. However, the scythe's simplicity and manual operation makes it the truly appropriate technology upgrade from sickles in rural Nepal and other less developed countries. The introduction of petroleum-powered machines increases dependency on imported fossil fuels and spare parts. Initial training in use and maintenance of the scythe is required, as the level of skill will directly affect the result. Maintenance is part of the basic skill set, and is performed by the user. If major repairs are necessary, they can be done by a local blacksmith. While the scythe is an excellent example of appropriate technology, to implement it remains a challenge. It takes an innovative, resourceful, and committed effort to adapt the tool to local needs and at the same time make the best of local resources. Scythe Works is actively seeking an organization with established contacts in Nepal that would recognize the potential of the scythe project and would help us continue this work. A few key differences between scythes and the motorized harvesters sometimes called "Chinese rice and wheat reapers":   reaper:   - fossil fuel dependent, fuel must be imported - higher cost, shorter life - weight 8 - 15 kg - noisy, with exhaust fumes  - all equipment and spare parts must be imported scythe: - fossil fuel independent - low cost, long life - weight 2 - 3 kg  - no noise, no exhaust - all needed equipment can be fabricated locally For more information please go to http://www.scytheworks.com/SPIN.html Thank you for your support, Alexander Vido
https://wn.com/What_Is_Spin_(Scythe_Project_In_Nepal)
Action Works Nepal's Radha Paudel on her journey for peace and justice - Part 1 of 4

Action Works Nepal's Radha Paudel on her journey for peace and justice - Part 1 of 4

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  • Duration: 19:27
  • Updated: 24 Jul 2013
  • views: 219
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Radha Paudel, N-Peace Awardee and member of MDM Class of 2010, went back to AIM last 28 May 2013 and shared her experience working for peace and justice through the organization she founded, Action Works Nepal (AWON). Read more: http://cdm.aim.edu/blog/2013/06/47-action-works-nepals-radha-paudel-on-her-journey-for-peace-and-justice
https://wn.com/Action_Works_Nepal's_Radha_Paudel_On_Her_Journey_For_Peace_And_Justice_Part_1_Of_4
GoodWeave Works to End Nepal Child Labor, Educational Opportunities at Hamro Ghar - produced by CNN

GoodWeave Works to End Nepal Child Labor, Educational Opportunities at Hamro Ghar - produced by CNN

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  • Duration: 3:34
  • Updated: 27 Sep 2011
  • views: 1522
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Education can decide a child's future -- yet many kids in the weaving communities where GoodWeave operates have no such choice. Hamro Ghar (our home), is GoodWeave's rehabilitation center in Nepal, India. At Hamro Ghar rescued and at-risk kids receive educational opportunities in an effort to break the cycle of poverty and end child labor. This piece was broadcast by CNN on Monday, April 18, 2011.
https://wn.com/Goodweave_Works_To_End_Nepal_Child_Labor,_Educational_Opportunities_At_Hamro_Ghar_Produced_By_Cnn
From Nepal to Otago Polytechnic

From Nepal to Otago Polytechnic

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  • Duration: 1:47
  • Updated: 29 Jul 2012
  • views: 4323
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Jubin Gautam shares with us just how easy it was to move from Nepal to Dunedin, New Zealand to study Civil Engineering at Otago Polytechnic.
https://wn.com/From_Nepal_To_Otago_Polytechnic
Tibetan singing bowl - how it works in Kathmandu Nepal

Tibetan singing bowl - how it works in Kathmandu Nepal

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  • Duration: 0:31
  • Updated: 25 Jan 2012
  • views: 278
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beautiful girl works at nepal

beautiful girl works at nepal

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  • Duration: 1:19
  • Updated: 16 Mar 2017
  • views: 33
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Local group that works in Nepal reacts to earthquake

Local group that works in Nepal reacts to earthquake

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  • Updated: 26 Apr 2015
  • views: 968
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The magnitude 7.8 earthquake injured and killed thousands of people.
https://wn.com/Local_Group_That_Works_In_Nepal_Reacts_To_Earthquake