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USAID Administrator Samantha Power arrives in Nepal


07 February 2023  

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KATHMANDU: United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Administrator Samantha Power has arrived in Kathmandu.

She arrived in Kathmandu Monday at midnight.

On Tuesday, she is visiting Adarsha Secondary School, Bhaktapur which is a part of USAID’s earthquake reconstruction support.

She will also play basketball with girls students of the school.

Similarly, she will also participate in a program on “Deepening the U.S. – Nepal Democratic Partnership” at Patan Durbar Square on Tuesday evening.

While in Nepal, Power will meet with civil society leaders, community groups, students, businesses, and government officials to discuss Nepal’s efforts and achievements in becoming a more democratic, prosperous, inclusive, and resilient country.

Administrator Power will underscore the United States’ enduring, more than 75-year partnership with the government and people of Nepal.

She will also highlight USAID’s commitment to increasing our engagement with Nepal and its new government.

Administrator Power will announce new efforts to build momentum to strengthen democratic gains in federalism, social inclusion, civil society, and media freedom.

Publish Date : 07 February 2023 09:01 AM

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