This paper focuses on how the road is affecting villagers’ subjective wellbeing in two Himalayan communities.
We specialise in improving access to local health services and ensuring children have access to quality early-childhood, primary, secondary and tertiary education. By improving the quality of education in Nepal, we also aim to eliminate child trafficking.
Kimber McKay challenges our culture’s definition of marriage by sharing stories from her field work in Nepal’s northwestern Himalayan district of Humla.
An analysis revealing interesting relationships among health, culture and vulnerability and provide insight into directions for future health interventions in similar contexts elsewhere.
This paper analyses the socio-cultural dimensions of obstacles facing solar photovoltaic projects in two villages in rural Nepal.
This paper describes the living conditions of some villages in upper Humla, and the possible benefits of a simple village electrification system.