Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Nepal's stolen children: a CNN documentary by Demi Moore

You can not sleep without doing anything after watching these videos. The poor conditions of the country compel many nepalese women to be sold in to brothel in India. Maiti Nepal (Mother's home) is working selflessly to stop these social evils. And, Demi Moore, a very famous hollywood actress is supporthing her mission by establishing DNA foundation. WATCH OUT all four parts of the documentary, and you will be certainly find yourself to take immediate actions towards...

For part 1 http://youtu.be/T3S2DbCsrqI

For part 3 http://youtu.be/qu9gMQd6Y0I

Friday, 22 July 2011

Two renowned Nepalese professors arrived in Goettingen, Germany

Two senior professors from Rampur Agriculture Campus, Chitwan, Nepal has arrived Goettingen on Monday, 18 July 2011. The dean of the institute of agriculture, Prof. Dr. Sundar Man Shrestha and Associate professor Dr. C. N. R. Yadav will be here (until 22 July, 2011) in world renowned Goettingen University on official visits. 

Through their visits the collaboration between Georg August University Goettingen and Institute of  Agriculture, Nepal will be strengthened. More collaborations and exchange of students and faculty members are expected in days to come. Goettingen Nepalese Society (GöNeS) welcome both professors and wish their successful stay here in Goettingen.