Over the last 10 years, the population of wild tigers in Nepal has almost doubled. Community members, government officials and members of the army are working together to ensure that the animals and local people can live side by side in harmony.
The people of Samzong left their village due to shortage of water. After building a new village in Namashung, the villagers reaped their first harvest in 2016 and are sowing seeds for their second harvest.
Some of Nepal’s most beloved religious and cultural sites were damaged or destroyed in the April 2015 earthquake, and local people say they’re grieving the loss of favorite places of worship. Reconstruction will take years, and it’s not clear when those projects will begin.
Farmers and scientists have worked together to create a local, organic alternative to chemical fertilizers and pesticides to increase crop yields without degrading the soil. Now, they hope to see more farmers use "jholmal."
A year after a major earthquake, people in one community are still honoring a man who saved lives by pulling people from the rubble. In the minutes after the quake, when some others were too dazed or fearful to move, Laxmi Sundar Gainju began searching for survivors.