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The night and the dip

Writing a paper is like having a baby. It usually starts with a wonderful moment, and then grows and grows indside you, changes you, makes you sick sometimes, lives off your blood, gives you sleepless nights as you do the research and the statistics. 1,069 more words

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Health checkup in Sankhule camp, Rasuwa

On 27 April 2016 we conducted a small health camp for displaced families of Haku living in Sanhkule camp, Kaliksthan, Rasuwa. Dr Sritika Thapa gave basic checkups and medicines to 34 patients (mostly women and a few men) in the camp. 145 more words

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Gearing up

In a certain sense, this project feels like Christmas. I have never had a project before that I manage on my own, and especially not one where I am required to buy large amounts of equipment. 896 more words

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Displaced families of Haku: One year on

The community of Haku VDC, Rasuwa has been through extremely difficult times over the past year. They are among the poorest in the entire district, socially marginalised and far removed from the local power structure. 867 more words

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Khopachagu Drinking Water Supply

Last month we provided support for rebuilding the drinking water supply system in Amanthali, Khopachagu-8, a predominantly Thami village in Dolakha district. The total cost of the project was NPR 162,172.  152 more words

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LAVENDER the sorority girl wonder

First time in CACHA. It is a frat house. Or maybe a sorority house. You walk along the narrow aisle in between sliding door cubicles and you come across its residents draped in towel, moving on doing their own business. 276 more words


DANIELLA certified “Kolehiyala”

Flat tire on a Sunday, bummer. I told myself this mishap is not going to get the best of me and mess my plans. Not when it’s the best time to check another name in my AMECA list. 359 more words