Upworthy dubbed CARE’s Child Grooms of Nepal Report “fascinating,” in a recent article. The author shared Pannilal Yadev’s story, a former child groom who was married at 8 years
Yen Tan, is a Senior Procurement Specialist for CARE. Yen has been working for CARE for 15 years on procurement. He was the first experienced procurement staff member recruited by the organisation and has worked with CARE in a number of different emergencies around the world.
Mangal Bahadur B.K, who belongs to the Dalit community of Nepal - a lower, landless caste and often traditionally discriminated against - shares his experiences about the problems faced by the Dalit community after the earthquake.
KATHMANDU, Nepal (June 5, 2015) – As the monsoon season begins across Nepal, CARE is worried about the large numbers of people sleeping outdo
Sanu Maya B.K from the village of Barpak, Gorkha where the Nepal earthquake epicenter was, talks about how she lost her house for the second time and her worry that the monsoon will create more landslides.
Mathura Dhobi remembers his wedding day as a joyous, festive occasion. A band was playing. Everyone was dancing.
Mathura sat on a wooden stool during the ceremony, next to his bride, who was wearing a yellow sari. He’s not sure what they said to each other, if anything.
Ever since the earthquake Yam worries about losing her unborn child