Nepal is an agricultural country and landlocked country between India in the south and China (Tibet) at the north situated at the lap of the Himalayas. It’s a BIRTHPLACE OF Gautam Buddha and the land of Mt. Everest.
Nepal suffered from a civil war that lasted from 1996 to 2006 that killed around 13,000 people. This 10-year conflict brought tragedy for many families: thousands of people were killed and many went missing.
In the present context of Nepal, inter-religious conflict occurs between Hindus, Christians, and Muslims and has resulted in creating a rift between these religions. Geographical discrimination, sexual violence, and gender-based violence are prevalent. This inspired the establishment of Nepal Unites which seeks to create unity and engage people from diverse backgrounds because we believe that youth can transform the nation.