In educated and elite Nepali circles, a different kind of “menstrual huts”

- Tsering D Gurung, Kathmandu

Twenty-five-year-old Rajina Shrestha ticks all the boxes of a modern Nepali woman. She is educated, opinionated and fiercely independent. But like thousands of others belonging to that troupe, she has not been able to reject one practice: observing menstrual restrictions every month.

Read more: In educated and elite Nepali circles, a different kind of “menstrual huts”

Trust to install 23 portable toilets on Pashupati premises

The portable lavatories are expected to come handy during major festivals when the area is overwhelmed with visitors
- ANUP OJHA, Kathmandu



In a bid to facilitate pilgrims and visitors, the Pashupati Development Trust has brought 23 portable mobile toilets to operate on its premises.

Read more: Trust to install 23 portable toilets on Pashupati premises

हरायो पानी जोगाउने ज्ञान

Read more: हरायो पानी जोगाउने ज्ञान

Let's Harvest Raindrops

-Prava Dawadi

Rainwater harvesting is accumulating and storing rainwater for reuse without allowing it to run off. For thousands of years, humans have survived in the desert by skillfully managing the scarce resource.
The water we obtain from the rain is collected in a tank or well for later use. Because there is water flow only for a brief period, storage is important in rainwater harvesting.

Read more: Let's Harvest Raindrops

DPU PhD candidate successfully defends thesis on the everyday politics of water

 

 

 

14 May 2019
Congratulations to Stephanie Butcher who has successfully defended her PhD thesis examining the ‘everyday politics of water’ and how this shaped the experience of citizenship for diverse residents of Kathmandu’s informal settlements.

Read more: DPU PhD candidate successfully defends thesis on the everyday politics of water

Page 1 of 31

Go to top