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Jagiya Devi’s story

In March 2019, massive storms ripped through the districts of Bara and Parsa in southern Nepal. The Nepal Government recorded it as the first ever tornado to hit Nepal. Tragically, twenty-seven people were killed, and twelve hundred families were displaced. Jagiya Devi [28] lives in Bara. During the terrifying storms her family’s home – a…

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Bal Krishna’s story

Bal Krishna [19] is a student from Banke district. ­Three years ago, he noticed small patches on his left knee. When he went to the local hospital, he was diagnosed with leprosy and began multi-drug therapy. Despite regularly taking his medication, Bal Krishna’s fingers began to claw on one hand. He was extremely worried that…

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Maya’s story

Maya* [44] lives in a farming village in the remote,…

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Raising their voices: the first year of POWER

“Is not this the kind of fasting I have chosen: to…

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Australia, Nepal, Rest of the world, USA
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Two months in: an update from the Morris family

Phil and Elle Morris with their children Evie, Jude and…

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Australia
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Transforming communities in Rolpa

The district of Rolpa in Nepal’s mid-west is made up…

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Australia, Nepal, USA
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Commitment

On his first trip to Nepal, INF Australia’s Australian Programs…

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Australia, New Zealand, USA
} 4 months ago

Commitment to compassion

On her second trip to Nepal, INF Australia’s Programs Officer…

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Australia, USA
} 5 months ago

Saving mothers and babies

Women in remote and rural areas of Nepal can face…

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Australia, USA
} 6 months ago

Dillisara’s Story

Dillisara lives in a remote village in Jumla, a poor…

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Australia, USA
} 7 months ago