We’re in a world where a helping hand from another nation will always be needed. Sadly we almost never acknowledge the fact that many nations take their resources for granted, while other’s cry for them. Nepal, is among these many countries around the world.
Nepal is located in South Asia, between China and India. The capital is Kathmandu, and their total population is 27million people. 80% of Nepalese live in a rural area, and are engaged with heavy agricultural activities.
It may not seem as an important concept, but only 69% of Nepal’s population has access to electricity. Electricity is always needed around the world to operate technology, to produce, etc. However, since Nepal has a low GDP, they might think affording electricity would be a big hassle. Now, what if there is any invention that’ll provide electricity, has a low cost and that can promote environmental sustainability. The Canadian made Endurance Wind Mill will make an astonishing turning point in the agricultural and environmental life in Nepal.