Between February and March 2011, with the support of The Patatas, I conducted a photography workshop with some 34 students in Nepal, most of which were from underprivileged backgrounds. During the month-long course, students kept a journal of the lessons they learnt and the reflections they experienced. This is an excerpt from the journal of one of my students, Trishakti Manav.
DEBBY NG
Bhutan is teaching Nepal how to exploit hydropower.
GYALSTEN K DORJI
Between February and March 2011, with the support of The Patatas, I conducted a photography workshop with some 34 students in Nepal, most of which were from underprivileged backgrounds. During the month-long course, students kept a journal of the lessons they learnt and the reflections they experienced. This is an excerpt from the journal of one of my students, Yelissa Joshi.
DEBBY NG
Between February and March 2011, with the support of The Patatas, I conducted a photography workshop with some 34 students in Nepal, most of which were from underprivileged backgrounds. During the month-long course, students kept a journal of the lessons they learnt and the reflections they experienced. This is an excerpt from the journal of one of my students, Suman Shakya.
DEBBY NG
A health crisis is brewing as diseases such as diabetes, stroke and heart disease spread with urbanisation.
IRIN
With our physical environment increasingly threatened, it has become essential to recognise that even a single person is capable of making a big difference.
DEBBY NG
Between February and March 2011, with the support of The Patatas, I conducted a photography workshop with some 34 students in Nepal, most of which were from underprivileged backgrounds. During the month-long course, students kept a journal of the lessons they learnt and the reflections they experienced. This is an excerpt from the journal of one of my students, Anupama Shree Dhamala.
DEBBY NG
Cash transfer programmes target women in belief that communities will benefit and men are irresponsible with money.
IRIN
No clear route out of servitude for indentured girls in Nepal.
IRIN
A child rights advocate, an avid book reader and a drama enthusiast, Sanjog Thakuri is all that and more.
ELIPHA PRADHANANGA
Between February and March 2011, with the support of The Patatas, I conducted a photography workshop with some 34 students in Nepal, most of which were from underprivileged backgrounds. During the month-long course, students kept a journal of the lessons they learnt and the reflections they experienced. This is an excerpt from the journal of one of my students, Meena Nepali.
DEBBY NG
As a country vulnerable to the next "big one", Nepal is eyeing straw buildings as an age-old, earthquake-resistant method of construction.
IRIN
Stolen, beaten, raped and broken - Anuradha Koirala confronts diplomacy and leads a campaign to restore power to children and women smuggled out of Nepal to fuel an illicit international trade in humans.
DEBBY NG
Men are more ambitious while women tend to focus more on love and relationships. Do you agree?
SUV PRADHAN
Gaining hope, a new perspective, and becoming engaged with the world, through photography.
DEBBY NG