According to Annapurna Conservation Area Project (ACAP) in Jomsom, foreign tourism rose in 2017 by 34.49 per cent. Of 52,475 tourists who visited Mustang, 4,115 visited upper Mustang, said Office Chief, Tulasi Dahal. Tourists come from India, China, America, London, France, South Korea, Canada, New Zealand and Israel. Among the many tourist sites are Lomanthang, Muktinath, Marfa, Thini and Kagbeni.
If you watch all the way to the end of this video, you’ll see my son and his wife in a fireside chat. It reveals a passion they hold for social justice in all of its forms. May the New Year bring social justice to all of you no matter where you call home.
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Buhari — A Family Odyssey in Nepal by Linda Schuyler Horning
Buhari – A Family Odyssey in Nepal is a story of love – love between people and cultures that exist half a world away. It celebrates a blending of families, and what a mother is willing to do to keep those she loves in her life.
The Nepal Demographic and Health Survey 2011 states 11% women and men aged 20-24 got married by the age of 18, which is the 8th highest figure in the world. The difference between what is legal and what is actually happening is an indication of how strongly entrenched traditional beliefs about marriage affect marital outcomes for this nation’s women and men.