‘Them greedy victims’
NOTES FROM THE FIELD: As the memory of the devastation of April-May earthquakes recedes, some have resorted to victim blaming.
Weena Pun | Aug 28, 2015
NOTES FROM THE FIELD: Negotiating aid amidst village politics in post-earthquake Nepal.
Rune Bennike | May 26, 2015
To another valley
NOTES FROM THE FIELD: Earthquake survivors from the Langtang Valley find shelter at a camp in Kathmandu.
Abhimanyu Pandey | May 11, 2015
The cost of rebuilding
NOTE FROM THE FIELD: Villagers whose homes have been destroyed in the earthquake are anxious about reconstruction.
Puja Sen | May 07, 2015
The Recce Team
NOTES FROM THE FIELD: How an independent team of volunteers travels to earthquake-affected sites.
Slok Gyawali | May 05, 2015
NOTES FROM THE FIELD: A family that lost their house in the earthquake finds home in a hospital.
Tenzn Tsomo | May 04, 2015
Long wait by the highway
NOTES FROM THE FIELD: A village in Sindhupalchowk, the district most affected by the Nepal earthquake, awaits relief.
Puja Sen | May 04, 2015
Nepal Earthquake Relief
The Editors | Apr 30, 2015
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