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Patients Give Nepal’s Government Health Insurance Mixed Reviews, Citing Free Service, Long Waits

Region: Nepal

Topics: AccessHealthPoliticsPower

Nepal’s national health insurance program, which offers free service at approved health care facilities for an annual premium, has attracted millions of subscribers. Officials say the program is more popular than ever – so why have 24% of policyholders decided not to renew?

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Nepalese Woman Balls Wool for Carpets

Region: Nepal

Topics: Moments

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Farmland in Nepal Lies Fallow as Youth Seek Opportunity Abroad

Region: Nepal

Topics: AgricultureJobsMigration

As Nepalese youth migrate to the capital or abroad in search of opportunity, the country’s small farmers are left without labor – and their fields often go to waste. Now, by requiring emigrants to find farmworkers before going abroad, a proposed law seeks to put farms first.

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Nepalese Couple Stand in Front of Their Home

Region: Nepal

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In Nepal, Controversial New Law Offers Rights to Children Born out of Wedlock by Forcing Marriage on Parents

Region: Nepal

Topics: AutonomyChild RightsHuman RightsLegal RightsWomen's Rights

A new law in Nepal would recognize children born out of wedlock by considering their parents married – even if they’re not. Women’s rights activists have championed the change, but many questions remain about how the law would work.

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Nepalese Man Picks Lemons in His Backyard

Region: Nepal

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Nepalese Children Play in the Sand

Region: Nepal

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When the Money Isn’t Enough: Reconstruction Funds Still Don’t Cover Costs in Post-Earthquake Nepal

Region: Nepal

Topics: Human Rights

Although reconstruction after Nepal’s April 2015 earthquake has been ongoing, funds have been difficult to access. Some people say that the money from government grants isn’t enough to rebuild; but others can’t access it all, since they don’t meet land ownership requirements.

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Sharing Secrets: Nepalese Statue-Making Caste Trains Newcomers in Traditional Art

Region: Nepal

Topics: ArtsJobs

For centuries, Buddhists belonging to Nepal’s Newar caste have been making and selling metal statues and figurines of their sacred deities. But more members of the caste are choosing other careers, and with demand for the sacred sculptures growing, Newar members are revealing the secrets of their art to Nepalese from other castes.

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As Nepal Works to Get Children Off the Streets, Some Hide to Avoid Shelters

Region: Nepal

Topics: Human Rights

Child homelessness is a problem that government officials and organizations struggle to address in Nepal’s capital city and surrounding areas. While they intend to help reunite children with their families or give them a safe place to stay, some children say they would rather be on the streets than return to homes where they might face abuse.

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