About The Missionary

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Project Giving Opportunities

Furniture For Bible College

- Need: $2,000

Library Bookrack ($170) & 10 Desk & Chairs ($75ea

- Need: $920

Student Study Tools

- Need: $1,500 - Raised: $600

Used Pick-up Truck

- Need: $25,500

Deaf Conference

- Need: $1,000

Bible College Kitchen & Dining Hall

- Need: $6,000

Land For Children’s Sunday School

- Need: $8,000

Ministry Motorbike

- Need: $3000

Family Quarters

- Need: $9500

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About The Field:

Nepal, nestled in the Himalayas, grapples with a range of economic and social challenges influenced by its diverse topography, historical legacies, and geopolitical realities.

Economically, Nepal faces challenges such as a heavy reliance on agriculture, limited industrialization, and vulnerability to natural disasters. The country’s economy is characterized by a significant portion of the population engaged in subsistence farming, contributing to issues of poverty and rural underdevelopment.

Social challenges in Nepal are diverse and impactful. Access to quality education remains a concern, with disparities in educational resources and infrastructure, particularly in remote areas. Healthcare accessibility and affordability are challenges, leading to disparities in health outcomes, especially in rural regions.

Nepal’s rich cultural and religious heritage is predominantly shaped by Hinduism, with Buddhism also playing a significant role. The historical influence of these faiths is evident in the country’s traditions, festivals, and social norms. Nepal is home to various ethnic communities, each contributing to the nation’s cultural mosaic. However, the diversity of ethnicities and cultures also brings challenges related to social cohesion and political representation.

Historically, Nepal has navigated political transitions, including the abolition of its monarchy and the establishment of a federal democratic republic in the 21st century. The country’s political landscape is marked by a complex interplay of political parties, ethnic tensions, and aspirations for greater inclusivity.

Geopolitically, Nepal finds itself between two major Asian powers, India and China, adding a layer of complexity to its economic and political dynamics.