Explore Faculty-Led, Service-Learning, and Professional Development Programs in Nepal
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Nestled between giants like China and India, Nepal is a little landlocked country that takes pride in having some of the world’s highest mountain peaks (Mount Everest), highest (Tilicho) and deepest (Phoksundo) lakes, and deepest gorges (Kali Gandaki). It also boasts 8 of the world’s 10 highest mountain peaks, known as “Eight-thousanders” for having an elevation higher than 8000 meters above sea level. Nepal is one of the few nations in Asia that was never colonized by any country. Lumbini, a small village in Nepal, is the birthplace of Gautam Buddha. However, Hinduism is the predominant religion in Nepal, with more than 80% of the population being Hindu.

Nepal is one of the hardest-hit nations by climate calamities. Natural calamities like frequent floods, earthquakes, landslides, etc. pose a great challenge for Nepal. However, to mitigate the impacts of climate change and other challenges like poverty, Nepal is committed to the UN SDGs, and this commitment has been reaffirmed in key policy documents such as the current 15th Development Plan and the 25-Year Long-Term Vision 2100 that internalizes the Goals. The UN in Nepal works with key institutions like governments, the private sector, civil society, and citizens to make sure that Nepal’s commitment to the SDGs is translated into practice.

Nepal’s economy is mostly based on agriculture, but tourism is one of the industries that is growing the fastest. Not only has it always been one of the most desired destinations for hikers, but in the 1960s and 1970s it also got popular among the hippies who were seeking enlightenment. Its other attractions, like the Annapurna Trekking Circuit and UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Lumbini, Sagarmatha National Park, etc., make it a popular and sought-after destination for tourists from all corners of the globe.

We Deliver Different Types of Programs in Nepal

Faculty-led programs in Nepal are a curated blend of intellectual and cultural experiences based on unique and relevant themes. We collaborate with the faculty to arrange engaging and pertinent organization visits, lectures by subject matter experts, and cultural experiences. The program’s goal is to help students achieve faculty-envisioned learning objectives while creating meaningful experiences for themselves. The faculty-led programs can either be available as custom or featured programs, depending upon the requirement of the institution.

Service-learning programs in Nepal engage the students in applying their knowledge and skills to projects that aim to improve community life and advance the UN SDGs. The programs are enhanced by interactive workshops, design-thinking activities, hands-on fieldwork, and facilitated reflection sessions. They also enrich the participants’ lives on all four dimensions- physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual. The service-learning programs can either be available as custom or featured programs, depending upon the requirement of the institution.

Professional Development Programs in Nepal provide opportunities for professionals to develop a leadership mindset and a global perspective. It helps them not just be in sync with times but be one step ahead. These programs give the participants exposure to innovative and efficient models that local organizations, governments, and institutions use. These immersive experiences inspire them to form new ideas and insights that they can apply to their own work and deliver more efficient and effective outcomes. The professional development programs can be customized to meet the objectives of the institutions.

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    Whether you want to hike in the mighty Himalayas or explore the UNESCO World Heritage sites,
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    FAQs About Nepal

    Yes. Nepal is a safe country for females to travel to. It is also considered as one of the most peaceful countries in the world. However, we request that you keep your bag/wallets safely during the travel.

    The program group will be accompanied by the Authentica team member(s), who will be available 24X7 during the program. They have also been certified by the Red Cross in first-aid emergency training. In case of an emergency, measures will be taken in real-time.

    The inclusion or exclusion of meals will depend upon the itinerary finalized by the institution and Authentica.

    The availability of phone and internet connectivity will depend on the city/village chosen for the immersion program. Generally, the connectivity is decent in Nepal with some exceptions in remote areas. Students can also purchase local SIMs, at an additional cost, for data, calls, and texts.

    No, it’s not necessary to learn the local language for the academic tour. However, it would be helpful to learn common phrases like “hello” or “thank you” in the local language.

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