Nepal is one of the ten fastest nations making development gains in terms of the Human Development Index in the past four decades. Yet, half of Nepal’s population living below the poverty line while their public spending on healthcare is a tiny US $3.10 per person.
Nepal’s current education system isn’t serving the people. As a result, the nation is failing to move forward in helping employ locals. What’s needed is a hands-on approach to VET training that actually meets industry opportunities.
According to Annapurna Post’s analysis, “we have to internalise that skill is our base and utilise the natural and human resources and thus raise our national productivity. This is the only way to achieve economic and social progress and reduce poverty.” Read More