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Prajwal Badal

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Prajwal Badal the editor of Inform Nepal. He is also a researcher, community development worker, and advocate.

Community-engaged initiatives to contribute to improving the floods-early warning system in Nepal

Abstract This paper, in the beginning, discusses the causes and effects of floods and other similar water-induced natural disasters. Since Nepal is extremely prone to...

About how human rights impact assessment differs from other IA’s and right to strike of political parties

HRIA stands for human rights impact assessment which is a process for identifying, understanding, assessing, and addressing the adverse effects of a Policy, plan,...

How Dhunge Dhara intertwines with Nepali communities

While many of the stone spouts inside Kathmandu valley have either destroyed or dried, this one located at Jagdol, Gokarna stands still serving hundreds...

Sustainable development is socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable but will it lead to economic development?

I truly do not believe that sustainable development brings economic development. I would like to think of sustainable development as being a loss to...

Afforestation for sustainable and greener Nepal

Abstract The study explores and unravels the prevailing deforestation pattern, which has continuously been detrimental to greenery and the environment. It also aims to explain...

Music to cope with mental stress and anxiety

The exponential growth of Covid-19 cases has resulted in Nepal being shut down for the third time this year. A month and more has...

Prohibition of street vending upsets poor vendors in Kathmandu

A quarter of the total population of Nepal falls below the poverty line. Majority of them are engaged in informal business/works for their livelihood...

Admirable work by Hami Nepali Youth Organization during COVID crisis

Hami Nepali Youth Organization is a community organization aimed at accelerating development activities, youth empowerment, and overall, the wellbeing of the society. The organization...

COVID 19 exacerbating poverty in Nepal

The COVID crisis has been there for more than a year now. Many lockdowns, shutdowns and travel restrictions have deeply affected the lifestyle of...

Covid 19 takes a toll on doctors and health workers

The present situation of COVID 19 has risen alarmingly in Nepal resulting in many cases and deaths in a single day. Despite the nationwide...

Delivering education weakens amidst the COVID 19 pandemic in Kathmandu and Nationwide

The 2nd wave of COVID 19 has once again compelled us to stay home in this nationwide imposed travel restrictions. It has caused a...

Importance of social psychology in community development process during the ongoing lockdown

Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes while on the other hand social psychology is the scientific field that seeks to...

Human rights violation of Nepali people with disability during the pandemic – In- depth analysis

The present era is often regarded as the age of science and technology. The world has achieved massive pragmatic progress in many interdisciplinary and...

An exemplary effort led by Aapshawara Community Dalit Homestay to put an end to discrimination

Aapshawara Community Dalit Homestay in Vyas Municipality of Tanahu district is the first and model community homestay in Nepal run entirely by the Dalit...

Watch: Student and a lecturer discuss viral picture of two government employees circulating on the Internet 

Social Media Buzz is a YouTube program that highlights topics from virtual public spheres. On their 4th episode, Shuveccha Ghimire, a sociology lecturer at...

Urban agriculture and its benefits in Nepal

The prolonged COVID 19 lockdown has propelled many city dwellers to practice urban agriculture despite scarce land. Approximate 6.2 million urban residents in Nepal...

Reminding ourselves of pre-existing indigenous practices in Nepal

The picture presents 'Chulo,' a traditional and indigenous Nepali method of cooking made up of mud, which requires firewood as a source of heat....

Coronavirus puts many at risk of child marriage in rural ares of Nepal

Police on June 25, 2020 prevented the marriage of an underage girl at Bhapsi in Bardibas Municipality No. 3 of Mahottari. Acting on a tip-off,...

Online classes bring out the digital divide in Nepal

The private schools and colleges, mainly in the cities, have been conducting online classes. Marginalized populations, however, do not have access to digital resources...

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