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Life After The Quake
Everyday stories on the rebuilding of Nepal
Collaborative journalism project facilitated by @GlobalBU



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Nepal earthquake anniversary: between frustration and hope – page section

Nepal earthquake anniversary: between frustration and hope

One year on

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The man behind the Stories

Jay Poudyal, in conversation

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Healing with laughter

Relief, through theatre

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Single women

‘This disaster has brought a new challenge to the lives of single women’

Interview with activist Lily Thapa 

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A very different Christmas

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Why this site

Aftershock Nepal is about the aftermath of the April 2015 earthquake, an attempt to chronicle a troubling period in a nation’s history. Our aim is to capture the voices of ordinary people, voices that would otherwise be unheard—and through such everyday stories, by connecting communities, we hope to play a small part in helping the rebuilding of Nepal.
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‘After the earthquake and the blockade, Nepalis realised we should be together’

Q&A with Maoist leader Jaya Gharti

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Who are we?

We are a bunch of journalism students and researchers, all interested in crisis reporting, from various universities in England, Nepal, and India.

Aftershock Nepal is facilitated by Global BU, the global engagement and outreach hub of Bournemouth University, England. Based at Bournemouth University, the project is in collaboration with:

Amity School of Communication, Amity University, Noida

Department of Journalism and Communication, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu