Her skills as a designers are vivid as she chose leather to reinforce herself as a craftsman and an artist. In most of her paintings, there is leather cube patched on the canvas, for her it represents her heart and leather for her is equal to rebirth.
DANG, Oct 12: Times may be rough on them but they are always optimistic. Despite living under tattered tarpaulins, the locals often say: “We'll surely celebrate the next year's Dashain under broader shelter!”
SARLAHI, Sept 30: The government had introduced the Public Residential Program (PRP) with the aim of providing shelter to the people of the poor and marginalized communities. However, the houses offered to the poor and homeless of Sarlahi district are reportedly made up of sub-standard materials as well as scrap.
PARBAT, July 24: Nande Damai of Jaljala Rural Municipality-8 in Parbat district has been compelled to live in the streets with three other members of his family after his house was destroyed by a landslide that struck his village five days ago. They were somehow able to save their lives by escaping the landslide debris. But now, they are living a miserable life in the streets.
ITAHARI, Oct 17: The devastating floods which struck the country two months ago rendered hundreds of families homeless. In the wake of the flood-wreaked havoc, Itahari Sub-Metropolitan city has decided to manage immediate shelter for 35 displaced families of Itahari ward no-3.
ITAHARI, Oct 7: Eighteen years ago, while migrating from the hills to the tarai, sixty-two-year-old Harka Bahadur Tamang had never imagined that he would ever have to live a miserable life that he is living now.
RAUTAHAT, September 7: Last month, Rautahat faced the severest flood encountered in a number of years. Even after so many days, those rendered homeless by the disaster are finding it hard to bring their life back on track. However, the third phase of local elections scheduled for September 18 has offered them some rays of hope.
RAUTAHAT, Sept 5: Last month, Rautahat faced the severest flood encountered in a number of years. Even after so many days, those rendered homeless by the disaster are finding it hard to bring their life back on track. However, the third phase of local elections scheduled for September 18 has offered them some rays of hope.
NEPALGUNJ, Aug 21: When flood hit his village last week, Chhabikala Pun of Lalpur village was among the thousands of people to leave their homes. By the time she started fleeing the scene, her house was fully inundated by water. She is now back in her village after spending a week in a local public school only to find her house in ruins. “Nothing is left now. The house is not there,” she lamented. “It feels very bad to roam around here,” she added.
SAN JOSE PINULA, GUATEMALA, March 9: A fire swept through the female section of a crowded children's shelter near Guatemala City early Wednesday and officials said at least 22 girls died and dozens more were injured.
LAHAN, March 6: After the death of a cadre of United Democratic Madheshi Front (UDMF) in Saptari,during the mass meeting of CPN-UML, as a part of Mechi-Mahakali Campaign, former Prime Minister and Chairman of the party KP Sharma Oli and other top leaders have been shifted to Barmajhiya based Armed Police Force camp.
BHADRAPUR , Jan 25: The Israel-based Jhapa Society, an organisation of people from Jhapa district working in Israel, extended monetary help to construct temporary shelter for seven families displaced by the Kankai River flood that occurred last July.
KATHMANDU, Jan 24: Opposition lawmakers on Monday raised serious concerns in the parliament over the reported Indian proposal of seeking shelter for its air marshals in Kathmandu for security of Indian airplanes.
KATHMANDU, Dec 24: Chaudhary Foundation (CF) has handed over 266 transitional shelter homes (under CG Ashraya) and two school buildings (under CG Shikshyalaya) in earthquake-affected areas in Dhading district. The homes were built for quake-affected communities of Baseri, which was one of the most-affected VDCs in last year’s earthquake.
BARPAK, Oct 26: Over 18 months into the earthquake that claimed nearly 9,000 lives, injured over 21,000 and destroyed hundreds of houses and structures, residents of Barpak in Gorkha, the epicentre of the disaster, are still crying for a roof over their heads.