By Sudhamshu Mitra
A successful intervention is impossible without synthesizing the views of the oppressed or the underprivileged, who are the stakeholders in the particular sector. The present culture delimits the oppressed because they are treated purely as objects, instead of liberating and empowering them by treating them as subjects who have the capability to transform their realities.
By Neha Basnet
Jamuna did get better treatment at the Nepal Orthopedic Hospital. However, Jamuna’s lower body from the hip-joint didn’t respond. The doctors at the hospital said she needed a plaster of iron rods to fix the fractures. She won’t be able to walk again.
By Safia Begum
In the month of Ramadan, she was observing fast and stitching the heavy dining-table cover. Since the new academic year has started, she has to pay for her children’s school fees and buy books for them. Her husband asks her to stop the girls’ education as they can’t afford to pay so much money. With a salary of three-thousand-rupees per month, she barely manages to pay for their education.