Situated in the lap of the Himalayas, Nepal, the land of legendary Gurkhas, is located between India and China. It is a developing nation with just more than 26 million people. With nearly 80% of the people engaged in subsistence farming, it is predominantly an agricultural country. Full of natural beauty and endless possibilities of adventure, Nepal has been a tourist destination for a long time.
Similarly, because of their simplicity, hardworking nature, unflinching loyalty, high sense of responsibility, descipling and devotion to work, Nepalese workers are increasingly gaining their popularity all over the industrialized world. Thousands of Nepalese are invited to work every year in Asia, Middle East, Europe and North America. This has also helped Nepalese improve heir livelihood and national economy at large.
Nepal Fact Sheet:
Location: Between India and China in South Asia
Area: 147, 181 sq km
Population: 26 million
Imporatant cities: Pokhara, Biratnagar, Birgunj, Bhairahawa
Language: Nepali (Official), English widely spoken
Type of government: Federal Republic
Administration: 5 regions, 14 zones, 75 districts
Climate: Alpine in North, temperate in Mid-lands and sub-tropical in South
Per capita income: $450