KATMANDU – The Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers on Friday celebrated 30 years of activities in Nepal and pledged to provide even more services.
The organization, founded in 1965 to provide official technical assistance to developing countries through volunteer services, started its program in Nepal in 1970.
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