Nepal: Kathmandu Valley Contents: Wards The population of all wards of the districts Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur by census years. The icon links to further information about a selected division including its population structure (gender) Kathmandu Valley has total population of 2,517,023. Kathmandu (National Capital Area) It is proposed to Government of Nepal to develop Kathmandu valley as a separate national capital territory and not a part of Bagmati Pradesh
According to current projections, Nepal 's population is expected to surpass 30 million people in 2022 and will reach its peak population of 35.32 million by 2049. After 2050, the population is expected to shrink, falling back down to 24.04 million people by the end of the century In the 2011 census, Nepal 's population was approximately 26 million people with a population growth rate of 1.35% and a median age of 21.6 years. In 2016, the female median age was approximately 25 years old and the male median age was approximately 22 years old With majority population unvaccinated, concerns abound over hasty lifting of Covid-19 restrictions. Covid-19 Crisis Management Centre says it is devising a strategy to tackle a possible third wave. Public mobility in Kathmandu Valley has increased after authorities loosened the Covid-19 prohibitory orders. Post File Photo It is one of the 77 districts of Nepal, covers an area of 413.69 km 2 (159.73 sq mi), and is the most densely populated district of Nepal with 1,081,845 inhabitants in 2001 and 1,744,240 in 2011. The district's headquarter is Kathmandu Metropolitan City, also the capital of Nepal THE NEWARS: THE INDIGENOUS POPULATION OF THE KATHMANDU VALLEY IN THE MODERN STATE OF NEPAL Bal Gopal Shrestha Introduction The Newars are the 'traditional' inhabitants of the Kathmandu Valley, whose population comprises 1,041,090 i.e. 5.6 percent of the total population of Nepal, i.e. 18,491,092 in 1991.1 Although the Newars are spread throughout the country and beyond its boundaries in.
The Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) confirmed 428 new cases of COVID-19 in the Kathmandu Valley. The Ministry of Health and Population said in 6858 Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) tests done in the past 24 hours, a total of 428 persons were found infected with SARS-CoV-2 With a population of 2.5 million people, the Kathmandu Valley is growing at 4 percent per year, one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in South Asia, and the first region in Nepal to face the unprecedented challenges of rapid urbanization and modernization at a metropolitan scale Kathmandu Valley is among the highly populated region in Nepal. It has the highest population density in Nepal. The Capital of Nepal, Kathmandu is inhabited by 1.745 million people. The Kathmandu valley with its three districts including Kathmandu has the biggest population in Nepal Around 100 people die every day in Nepal because of air pollution. Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, has a population of around 3.5 million. Rapid and haphazard urbanisation in the last few decades has resulted in the degradation of the environment, predominantly in terms of air pollution .2 . Food Balance in Kathmandu 11.3 . Land Systems in Kathmandu 11.4 . Kathmandu Valley Land Capability 11.5 . The Kathmandu Valley Land utilization 11.6 Projected . Conversion of Valley Agricultural Use (Deiisity Method) 11.7 ..
The vast majority of Nepali Christians are evangelical Protestants (if evangelical is defined broadly to include charismatics and Pentecostals); there is also a small Catholic population of roughly 10,000. The first Christian mission to Nepal was established in 1715 by Catholic Capuchin friars, who worked in the Kathmandu Valley However, with the valley's population density, level of industrialization and geographic location, a host of problems afflicts the region. In recent years, the international and domestic communities have paid increasing attention to the worsening issue of air pollution in Nepal's Kathmandu Valley Prevalence and determinants of diabetes among the elderly population in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal Nepal Med Coll J. 2009 Mar;11(1):34-8. Authors M R Chhetri 1 , R S Chapman. Affiliation 1 College of Public Health Sciences, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand. PMID: 19769235 Abstract. Among the three million population of the Kathmandu Valley, the age-adjusted incidence rate for cancer was 95.3 in males and 98.1 in females per 100,000 population with corresponding mortality rates of 36.3 and 27 per 100,000 population, respectively. The commonest cancers were lung, stomach, gallbladder, and breast (in females). Relevanc
34 Prevalence and determinants of diabetes among the elderly population in the Kathmandu Valley of Nepal MR Chhetri1,2 and RS Chapman1 1College of Public Health Sciences, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, 2Nepal Medical College, Kathmandu, Nepal ABSTRACT Elderly populations are susceptible to many non-communicable diseases, including diabetes The government has decided to inoculate 72 percent of the 30 million population, as 28 percent are under 14 years of age. However, less than 4 percent of the total population has been fully vaccinated so far
The Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) confirmed 334 new cases of COVID-19 in the Kathmandu Valley. The Ministry of Health and Population said in 6628 Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction (RT-PCR) tests done in the past 24 hours, a total of 334 persons were found infected with SARS-CoV-2 It is not a co-incidence hence that the backbone of this insurrection is formed by the indigenous population of the country. According to knowledgeable sources, 65 to 70 percent of the country is under the control of the Maoists, and the government controls merely the Kathmandu valley and its adjoining districts Of the total infections, Kathmandu Valley recorded 334 new cases in the past 24 hours. According to the Ministry of Health and Population, 234 cases were confirmed in Kathmandu, 64 in Lalitpur and 36 in Bhaktapur. Marasini says there are three things lacking between the government authorities: mobilisation, capacity building and coordination The covid-19 infection has been confirmed in 391 people in Kathmandu Valley alone in the last 24 hours. According to the Ministry of Health and Population, 263 corona infections have been reported in Kathmandu, 97 in Lalitpur, and 31 in Bhaktapur
The Newars are the 'traditional' inhabitants of the Kathmandu Valley, whose population comprises 1,041,090 i.e. 5.6 percent of the total population of Nepal, i.e. 18,491,092 in 1991. Although the Newars are spread throughout the country and beyond its boundaries in different parts of India, the majority of them are still concentrated in the valley of Kathmandu, which is the capital of modern. The Capital of Nepal, Kathmandu is inhabited by 1.745 million people. The Kathmandu valley with its three districts including Kathmandu has the biggest population in Nepal. Kathmandu district accounts for a population density of 4000 per square kilometers whereas Kathmandu metropolitan city has a density of 13,225 per square kilometers
Population of Kathmandu. In 2020 2021, the population of the city of Kathmandu, Nepal is - 3 008 487 people. All-populations.com used data from the number of the population from official sources. Find out what statistics the population of the country, city, district on All-populations.com The Kathmandu Valley is the most populated urban region and one of the fastest-growing urban agglomerations in South Asia (Muzzini & Apericio, 2013; MoUD, 2015). Kathmandu Valley accounts for 24 per cent of the total urban population, with Kathmandu Metropolitan City alone accounting for 9.7 per cent (MoUD, 2015) Kathmandu is set in a valley surrounded by the Himalayas. At an elevation of above 1400m from the sea level, the valley was historically called the Nepal mandala. Covering a total area of 49.45 sq. km, the city is also the largest one with a total population of around 1 million. Kathmandu is popular as the city of temples as 7 out of 10 UNESCO. The population of Wards, Municipality and Metropolis of the districts Kathmandu, Lalitpur, and Bhaktapur by census years, harvested from Central Bureau of Statistics. Data and Resources Population of Wards, Municipality and. Particularly, it reflects on the gaps and challenges for urban governance in Nepal and focuses on Kathmandu Valley, the hub of urbanization in Nepal. The urban population growth rate in Nepal almost doubled from 3.6% in 1991 to 6.5% in 2001, and the number of urban centers increased from 58 in 2013 to 293 in 2017
The Kathmandu Valley has always been a melting pot of diverse cultures, religions, arts and crafts. The Gopala and Kirat dynasties ruled during the earliest periods, followed by the Licchavi (300-879 AD), who, correspondingly, developed the city with a passion, traditional art, and religious beliefs. The many dynasties that ruled the valley. The An;Lrchic Urbani7.at ion of Ihe Kathmandu Valley (1970-20 10) The Kathmandu valley. which encompasses a surface area of only about 600 kml. has undergone unprecedented and dramatic changes over the last four decades. The massive increase in its popUlation (from 500.000 in 1970 to Contributions to Nepalese Studies. Vo!
The Kathmandu Valley and surrounding territories constituted the former Newar kingdom of the Nepal Mandala.   Unlike other common-origin ethnic or caste groups of Nepal, the Newars are regarded as an example of a nation community with a relict identity, derived from an ethnically-diverse, previously-existing polity . [13 This document provides a roadmap on how the Kathmandu Valley (KV) Development Concept published in 2001 can be made risk sensitive. In view of the need i Government of Nepal to integrate disaster risk concerns in the development planning process and land use plans of the Kathmandu Valley, this review looks into the planning process an
This study documents the population status and behaviour of the Indian Flying Fox (Pteropus giganteus) at two locations in the temperate environment of the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. During the five-month study, from 14th July, 2014 to 2nd January, 2015, peak populations were observed in October, 2014 at Sallaghari (1550 individuals) and Keshar Mahal (949 individuals) The population census of 1952-1954, the first scientific census in Nepal, shows that the urban population of the Kathmandu Valley was 196,777, but in the 2011 census, it increased to 1,442,762, which is about 21% of the total urban population of Nepal Kathmandu valley lies on Hilly region. Kathmandu is centre of Nepals' art culture, economy and history. Mostly, newari people with newari culture are find here. It has a multiethnic population within Hindu and Buddhist majority. Nepali and English is the most spoken language in this kathmandu valley region. The city of Kathmandu valley was. 1. Introduction. Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC), the capital of Nepal, is the most urbanized city in Nepal. With an area of 50.76 km 2 (), KMC has a population of 671,846 people ().From 1991 to 2001, Nepal's population increased by 2.2% per annum, while KMC's urban population grew by 7.9% (CBS, 2002, Pradhan, 2004).Increasing urbanization has intensified environmental pressures. percentage of the hill population. Kathmandu Valley along with the Tarai region, has witnessed an intensive migration and urbanization process since the eradication of malaria in 1951. Because of the growing number of people and vehicles in the Valley, especially in Kathmandu, air and water pollution are becoming a serious problem
The urban population density of Kathmandu Valley is 10,265 (the population is 995,966 and the area 97 sq.km.) (CBS 2003b). On the other hand, the rural population is also increasing slowly in the valley. The average annual growth of the rural population is comparatively higher than for Nepal as a whole (Table 2.5) Kathmandu Valley is located in the central east part of Nepal ( Fig. 1 ). The study area covers approximately 68,500 hectares of land which was delineated based on the Bagmati watershed area. The elevation ranges from 1100 to 2700 m above the sea level and forms a complex bowel shaped valley
Kathmandu Valley represents a cultural melting pot of the country, where people from varied backgrounds have come together to form a diverse population. The natives of the Kathmandu Valley are the Newars. Their culture is vastly different from the rest of the Nepali people. Their rituals, food and festivals are unique to them. Newars of. The distribution of COVID-19 cases was heterogeneous across all administrative regions, mainly in Kathmandu valley and Bagmati Province. Confirmed and cured cases showed an upward trend till the end of October 2020 followed by a downward trend as of January 1, 2021 In the Kathmandu Valley, the urban population is growing very rapidly, with an influx of poor migrants from rural areas. These people are moving into settlement areas that are unplanned, lack basic services such as water supplies and solid waste management and are located on marginal land According to the Ministry of Health and Population, Kathmandu Valley recorded 197 new infections in the past 24 hours. Of them, 160 cases were reported in Kathmandu, 26 in Lalitpur and 11 in Bhaktapur. Anup Ojha. Anup Ojha is a reporter for The Kathmandu Post primarily covering social issues and human interest stories. Before moving to the.
Fig : Kathmandu valley at the past. Kathmandu valley was known as the Nepal. There are various stories regarding the origin of the Kathmandu. According to the traditional story of Hindus,Kathmandu valley was a lake. Lord Krishna came to Kathmandu in Dwapar Yuga with some milkmen Results: In the Kathmandu Valley, the PBCR registered 2,156 new cancer cases with overall age-adjusted incidence rate for all cancers of 95.7 per 100,000 population (95.3 for males and 98.1 for females). The age-adjusted mortality rate for males was 36.3 (n = 365) and for females 27.0 (n = 305) per 100,000 population
391 Covid-19 infections in Kathmandu Valley today. The covid-19 infection has been confirmed in 391 people in Kathmandu Valley alone in the last 24 hours. According to the Ministry of Health and Population, 263 corona infections have been reported in Kathmandu, 97 in Lalitpur, and 31 in Bhaktapur IANS | Kathmandu | July 5, 2021 12:11 pm. IANS. Authorities in Nepal's Kathmandu Valley have decided to lift all the restrictive measures against public and private transportation and allow more. At least 12 hospitals in the Kathmandu Valley have announced plans to stop admitting COVID-19 patients for treatment due to shortage of oxygen. Patients in Nepal are gasping for breath, as authorities said they were facing an acute shortage of medical oxygen due to which 16 people infected with COVID-19 died recently, according to media reports The world observes World Population Day 2019 today! According to the recently published UN report titled World Population Prospects 2019, Nepal's population stands at 28.6 million in 2019. Nepal's population is currently in line with the global population growth rate standards that is 1.7 percent. However, this percentage is likely to go.
Therefore we collected information from hospitals in the Kathmandu Valley from over the past five years. There were 9901 enteric fever cases between January 2008 and July 2012. 1,881 of these were confirmed typhoid cases from five hospitals in the Kathmandu district Kathmandu Valley is part of three districts (Kathmandu‚ Lalitpur‚ and Bhaktapur)‚ has the highest population density in the country‚ and is home to about a twelfth of Nepal's population. Kathmandu is home to a number of museums and art galleries‚ including the National Museum of Nepal and the Natural History Museum of Nepal Local Administrations of Kathmandu Valley has decided to continue the ongoing lockdown by another one week following the continuous surge in COVID-19 cases.In the virtual meeting between Chief District Officers of Kathmandu, Bhaktapur and Lalitpur on Wednesday evening, it was decided to extend the lockdown, which was imposed 2 weeks before, till September 9 The study population included any person of any age who reported being a resident of 1 of the 52 hill or mountain districts (excluding Kathmandu Valley), who had been seen at any AES reporting site from January 1 through December 31, 2007, and who had been confirmed to have JE antibody by immunoglobulin M capture ELISA on a serum or. The total population of the country is about 30 million. The population growth rate is around 3 percent per annum. There is only one international airport in Nepal, which is situated in Kathmandu Valley. As Nepal is a land-locked country, there is no seaport in the country. Socialenveronment Nepalese people are very simple and cooperative
Likewise, the Kathmandu Valley recorded 1,456 new cases of Covid-19 on Wednesday. Of them, 969 were detected in Kathmandu, 306 in Lalitpur and 181 in Bhaktapur districts The Ministry of health and population confirmed 902 new infections in the last 24 hours.taking the total number of infection to 48,138. In Kathmandu Valley, 396 cases were reported in the last 24 hours, with 300 infections detected in Kathmandu,58 in Bhaktapur, and 38 in Lalitpur districts To determine the status of Leptospiral infection in a canine population of Kathmandu valley, a rapid diagnostic test kit was used to detect Ig antibodies in sera samples. Altogether a total of 150 sera samples were collected from the pet and stray dogs brought to the Veterinary Hospitals and Clinics with the history of fever and jaundice KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — A shipment of 1.5 million doses of Johnson and Johnson vaccine donated by the United States arrived Monday in Nepal, which is struggling to inoculate its population.
The prohibitory orders in place in the three districts of Kathmandu Valley since April 29 have been extended by another 10 days from Friday to May 24 with no substantial changes.. A meeting of the Valley's three chief district officers (CDOs) on Thursday decided to extend the prohibitory orders but has not decided anything regarding the long-route transport services #33 Bhaktapur Settlement Population: 81,728 Updated: 2020-05-14 Bhaktapur, also known as Khwopa, is a city in the east corner of the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal about 8 mi from the capital city, Kathmandu. It is located in and serves as the headquarters of Bhaktapur District in Bagmati Pradesh of Nepal The Kathmandu valley has been under prohibitory orders since April 29 when a devastating wave of COVID-19 was sweeping across the country. Though the present daily virus cases are fewer than April and May, officials said Kathmandu Valley cannot be opened up now as it is the hub of economic activity and the risk of virus transmission is high The single-dose Janssen vaccines are being administered in Kathmandu today. The Janssen vaccines, which are manufactured by American pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson, were gifted by the United States government through the COVAX facility of the United Nations.. Dr Samir Kumar Adhikari, Deputy Spokesperson of the Ministry of Health and Population, said the Janssen vaccines will be. The Kathmandu valley has been under prohibitory orders since April 29 when a devastating wave of COVID-19 was sweeping across the country Kathmandu Valley consists 3 Districts of Bagmati Pradesh of Which total population is 2472071 and total area is 933.73 square kilometres (360.52 sq mi) District Are