The Nepali Government is all set to build the UNESCO Museum Village at the National Martyrs Memorial and Peace Park at Gokana, located in the north-east suburbs of Kathmandu.
The dream to build the UNESCO Museum Village in the country came true with the joint efforts of the Nepal National Commission for UNESCO under the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology and the Martyrs Memorial Park.
The Village will be spread across the 650 ropanis of the land of the Martyrs Memorial park.
After inaugurating the project office today, Education Minister Giriraj Mani Pokharel said that the construction of UNESCO Museum Village is an important initiative in the country, and it would facilitate research works in the field of education, science, and culture.
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He further added that the Village would provide self-employment training to the unemployed youth.
Minister Pokharel also launched a book containing information on the project unit as well as work procedures.
Meanwhile, Gokarneshwor Municipality Mayor Santosh Chalise and Yagyadol Community Forest Eco-Tourism Management Committee Chairman Sudarshan Sigdel escalated the need to develop the Gokarneshwor area into a religious and cultural tourism hub.
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