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Sickle Cell Disease Targets Ethnic Group In Nepal, but Diagnosis, Treatment Expand

Region: Nepal

Topics: Health

The government is training local doctors and nurses to staff health camps in a number of districts. Still, amid prohibitive costs, many among the Tharu people lack the identity cards needed to get free treatment for this genetic blood disease.

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Featured Photo of the Tharu Community of Nepal

Region: Nepal

Topics: Environment

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New Government Policies Lower Barrier to Entry for Women Entrepreneurs

Region: Nepal

Topics: Business

New subsidies and tax waivers for women entrepreneurs aim to level the playing field for women-owned businesses. Policymakers hope the waivers will boost the nation’s economy while women entrepreneurs see potential benefits closer to home.

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Featured Photo of the Gaijatra Festival in Kathmandu, Nepal

Region: Nepal

Topics: Culture

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Nepalese Government Considers Amendment to Make Children Financially Responsible for their Parents

Region: Nepal

Topics: Health

Nepal’s old age homes are filled with aging citizens who were abandoned by their adult children. The Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare has put forth an amendment to the Senior Citizens Act which would require children to pay 10 percent of their income toward their parents’ care. It includes provisions allowing the elderly to keep a portion of their property, and civil penalties for elder abuse.

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Nepalese Workers in Qatar Uncertain as Effects of Persian Gulf Travel Ban Unfold

Region: Nepal

Topics: BusinessHuman RightsPolitics

Nepal relies heavily on remittances sent from workers abroad and nearly a fifth of Nepal’s expatriate workers live in Qatar. Ongoing diplomatic tension in the Persian Gulf has led to a travel ban between Qatar and four countries in the region, and Nepalese workers wait with uncertainty as the ban begins to affect travel costs and working conditions.

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Seeking Justice for Cybercrimes in Nepal Begins With a Trip to Kathmandu

Region: Nepal

Topics: Business

Cybercrimes, especially those that seek to humiliate or shame women, are on the rise in Nepal. Internet connectivity rates throughout the country are skyrocketing but people seeking justice for such crimes must travel to Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital city, to file a complaint.

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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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Featured Photo of Plowing in Nepal

Region: Nepal

Topics: Environment

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