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The 5 steps of the rice harvest with SAFBIN

In this time of the year, the scenes are the same in the whole Terai region. Green and yellow fields slowly give place to small patches of land that have already been cleared. Farmers on their colourful outfits provide a beautiful contrast to the landscape, while they carry big bundles of rice above their heads….

November 1, 2019
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Ms. B. K realizes a holistic recovery

56-year-old Ms. Kanchhi B.K. lives alone in the hills of Orang village in Dolakha district. It takes one and a half day to reach the village from Kathmandu by vehicle. Orang is among the remotest villages in Dolakha, a northern mountain district in Nepal. Many years earlier she decided not to get married considering that…

October 3, 2019
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The tale of bridges: minimizing obstacles

“When Caritas Nepal came to the area with the cash-for-work programme, people formed a committee to collectively request the new bridge. Caritas helped us to get the building permit from the ward,” says Chitra Bahadur Yonjan (29), leader of the grassroots committee responsible for the construction works.

August 23, 2019
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Farming after the flood

Right after the flood, at the very beginning of Caritas’ response in the area, the ward leaders formed a group whose aim was to identify the most vulnerable beneficiaries in urgent need of support. Puja and her family, who had lost shelter and all sources of livelihood, were among beneficiaries put at the forefront of the intervention.

August 10, 2019
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Accident abroad; help back home

CN provided him with a 3-month cooking training, which advanced his knowledge to run the restaurant smoothly. “From the support, I am able to add basic items for the restaurant. Once I advance my knowledge on cooking, I will extend my business as soon as possible”, says Sangeet.

August 5, 2019
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Water for Bangba

83 households can now enjoy access to 13 water taps installed around the village, with the usage times and rules democratically established by the community.

July 21, 2019
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“Now we feel safer as we are better prepared” | Kitine Disaster Preparedness Training

To fill in the gap, in May 2018 Caritas Nepal came to Kitine with a training session on disaster preparedness.

July 5, 2019
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“We should be able to talk about this to men”

For Caritas Nepal, fulfilling the basic needs of girls and women in the post-earthquake context was one of the outmost priorities.

July 5, 2019
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Nepali Migrant Workers Tell Their Stories | What Foreign Employment means

Meet these three people from Lalitpur sharing their experiences with foreign employment and learn how we helped them find decent work in their home country.

June 27, 2019
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Water for farmers in Sindhupalchowk

Water is essential for all of us, but even more so for farmers. In Nepal, most farmers still rely on rains for irrigation. With rainfall patterns changing as climate change is progressing, having access to reliable irrigation solutions is all the more important for Nepalese farmers.

June 21, 2019
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