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Adhikari predicted that the newly upgraded


airport would accommodate up to 40 percent of the country’s international flights upon completion. “For projects of this magnitude, success depends on proper coordination, timelines, local level commitments and the availability of raw materials,” said Adhikari. “We’re also striving to support and facilitate the needs of our international contractor. We all need to work together to resolve any issues that arise and complete this important project on time.” As part of this visit, we were fortunate enough to


be granted a tour of the Lumbini Heritage Site with Saroj Bhattarai (pictured above, second from left), Project Chief of the Lumbini Development Trust. “Siddhartha Gautam Buddha was born here


“I’m really proud to be part of this project. Despite the many challenges we’ve faced [...] we hope to commence operation in 2020”


Naresh Pradhan 14


in Lumbini more than 2,600 years ago,” said Bhattarai. “Every year, some 1.7 million tourists from more than 120 countries come to visit. In the past, most tourists came as part of a package tour and only stayed a few hours.” Bhattarai expressed confidence that the


project’s improvements to tourist infrastructure – a new visitor information center, sanitation and drinking water facilities, cleaner and greener battery-operated rickshaws for local transport – will continue to positively impact Lumbini’s economic development by improving the overall tourist experience.


“Success depends on proper coordination, timelines, local level commit- ments and the availability of raw materials”


Prabesh Adhikari


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