Launching of Bio-Gas Plant in Public ToiletRead more: Tea from public toilet: Wonderful reality in Biratnagar Koshi Zonal Hospital
The 21st century is blessed with sophisticated technology. However, in most of the cases, the price is paid with degraded environment. The excessive use of chemicals in the agriculture has resulted in the degradation of soil quality and has adverse impact on the public health. Besides, fertilizers are scarce and expensive in Nepal.Read more: Solution Within!!
Waste collectors have a pivital role in city sanitation.Read more: Rising from the Waste
“In my village I cannot get enough food even if we have money. Here in the city, at least I can buy food for my family if we could earn money”, says Kanchi Maya Yonzan, a 24 years old housewife and mother of 2. Like many other villagers, Yonzan was forced to migrate to the city in order to provide for her family.Read more: Confession of a Mother
The 2012 eviction of the Paurauki squatter community along the Bagmati River, demolished private spaces for residents to bathe. Women and children were bathing outside in the open, and suffered from the lack of privacy. INCLUDED supported the Kalika Women Community Organization (Mom’s Club) recognize the need for a safe place for everyone, particularly adolescent girls and women to be able to bathe.Read more: Privacy matters
“My youngest son dropped out as I was sick and he had to take care of me though I would like him to continue his education.” Shova Suman is forty five years old but she tells people that she looks older than her actual age. She has been living in Bansighat since she got married, for a total of 22 years of her life.Read more: “My son dropped out as I got sick”