Through touch and sound, these Nepali women show you how cricket is played with limited or no eyesight. For video: https://www.bbc.com/reel/video/p073vppb/how-these-women-play-cricket-without-seeing-the-ball
Ghyangfedi, Nepal – On a cloudy day in October 2018, Nirmala Tamang, 24, was working in a field, gathering food for her family’s cattle. She cut the green leaves with her sickle, expertly bundling them together. In the background, she heard the gushing of a nearby waterfall and flow of the river through her village. […]
The Safe Motherhood Programme encourages women in rural areas of Nepal to give birth in hospital. Video link: https://www.bbc.com/reel/video/p06s803n/nepal-s-life-saving-delivery-programme
In Kathmandu many cows are abandoned when they are of no more use to their owners. One man is saving these cows using his motorbike. Video Journalist: Rajneesh Bhandari. https://www.bbc.com/reel/playlist/spectacular-animal-rescues
Since before she was born, Pratima Sherpa was destined to have a career in golf. Her parents met while working on one of Nepal’s only golf courses—the Royal Nepal Golf Club in Kathmandu—and Pratima herself was born and raised on the green. The 18-year-old has now played in over 60 tournaments and won 35 trophies, […]
Nepal has opened its first trekking trail for people with physical disabilities. Though the country still hasn’t got enough infrastructure for the disabled, many say the new trail is a good start. Rajneesh Bhandari reports.
Amrit Khadka has been feeding the monkeys of Swayambhunath for 20 years. He goes to the stupa with 30 packets of biscuit. “When I come here on holidays to feed them I feel that I have celebrated my holiday here. When I make them happy, I feel happy myself,” Mr. Khadka said.