Peace Corps Nepal Programs

Peace Corps Nepal has been a part of Peace Corps since its second year of existence (1961). These days there are roughly 150 peace corps volunteers in the country at any given time. Several different programs are ongoing including fields in drinking water, soil conservation, nursing, community developement, urban development, forestry, fisheries, and others. Sometimes certain programs are terminated and other begun. For a up-to-date list of peace corps programs active today contact Peace Corps (http://www.peacecorps.gov) or write the country director of Nepal at

Country Director
Peace Corps Nepal
GPO box 613
Tej Bhawan, Lazimpat
Kathmandu, Nepal

Since the three volunteers who put together this site worked in drinking water supply and soil conservation, those fields have been desribed in brief below.

Drinking Water Supply
Soil Conservation


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