Where grownup women go to school
Nepali Times: ISSUE #392 (21 MARCH 2008 - 27 MARCH 2008)
NEIGHBOURHOOD INCINERATORS: A mothers' group in Arughat of Gorkha burn sidewalk garbage they collect daily. Every morning after she finishes her housework, Ashmaya Ghak carries her daughter to school. But she doesn't leave when the class starts. Instead, she rocks her child to sleep as the teacher commences the lesson.
...gender rights and education
BY KONG YEN LIN in NEPALGANJ
FROM ISSUE #440 (27 FEB 2009 - 05 MARCH 2009)
SCARRED: Hasron Idrishi's mother holds a picture of her daughter when she was admitted to hospital after her husband set her on fire. In the background are Hasron's son and daughter, age 15 months and three years old respectively.