Achham District Nepal
Achham District (Nepali: अछाम जिल्ला ), a part of Seti Zone, is one of the seventy-five districts of Nepal, a landlocked country of South Asia. The district, with Mangalsen as its district headquarters, covers an area of 1,692 km². It is one of the remotest districts of Nepal. It is accessible by automobile from Kathmandu and Nepalgunj via a paved road that runs along the western border of Nepal from Dhangadhi.
Mangalsen, the district headquarters, is eight hours walk from Sanphebagar - a town in Achham sporting a non-functional domestic airport. A seasonal road exists from Sanphebagar to Mangalsen but is often closed during monsoon season. A bridge crosses the Budhi Ganga river in Sanphebagar allowing access during high water, a second bridge over the second river crossing is also under construction. During 2009/2010, the government of Nepal will be constructing a paved road connecting Sanphebagar to Mangalsen. The district is served by two hospitals, the government district hospital in Mangalsen and one recently opened in Bayalpata that is a collaboration between the government and the non-profit organization Nyaya Health.
General Information Headquarters: Mangalsen
East: Dailekh and Kalikot
North: Bajura and Bajhang,
South: Surkhet and Dailekh.
Climate Maximum: 30.00 °Centigrade
Minimum: 1.00 °Centigrade
Rainfall 1790.8 ml.
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