The Nepal Tourism Board (NTB) has started water voyage training for women in Nepal for the first time. Inaugurating the training, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Nepal Tourism Board, Dr. Dhananjay Regmi said that the training was organized for the first time only for women and is expected to prove to be a milestone in the field of water tourism. Told.
Urging the people to work not only in the form of training but also in making their future in this field, he expressed his commitment to organize additional training in the coming days in collaboration with Nara. The UNDP’s Kalpana government said that the program was launched with the objective of helping the tourism workers in their livelihood after KOVID-19. Shiva Adhikari expressed happiness over the guarantee of employment for women by providing free river guide to women for the first time in the history of Nepal. He also urged the villagers to keep the river clean and safe.
Speaking on the occasion, Narayan Shrestha, General Secretary of NARA, said that the training was organized with the objective of increasing the attraction of youth and making women self-reliant as the participation of women in voyage was low. UNDP has been promoting short-term employment and training programs with the objective of helping the tourism sector, which is burdened by Corona, to a lesser extent.