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Community members meet to discuss solutions to the conflict - Credit: Rasna Dhakal/Oxfam
The people of Magaragadi recently breathed a sigh of relief. After ten years, a conflict was resolved by the local Community Land Rights Coordination Committee.
Santa Bahadur Ghimire (second from left), the proud pioneer of eco-san toilets - Credit: Sumeru Tripathee/Oxfam
There was a time when farmer Santa Bahadur Ghimire had to go to the river or jungle to relieve himself. Until he build himself an eco-san toilet.
The women and the President - Credit: Katha Haru/Oxfam
How 150 women from Makwanpur and Surkhet marched to the offices of the Prime Minister and President to present a memorandum.
Ratni Rana Magar - Credit: Amuse Communications/Oxfam
When Ratni Rana Magar married at the age of fifteen, her life changed drastically. But at the age of twenty, her life took a turn for the better.
An injured man is treated effectively at the Public Health Centre in Changunarayan just an hour after the April earthquake thanks to disaster preparedness - Credit: PHC Team
The April 2015 earthquake proved to be a touchstone for Oxfam's Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation programme...
Bimala Balami participates in a Cash for Work programme in her hometown Dakchinkali, restoring an irrigation channel after the devastating earthquake of 2015 - Kieran Doherty/Oxfam
Investment is at the heart of Oxfam’s cash-for-work programs, which engage villagers in short-term community improvement projects...
Oxfam volunteer Shekhar Khadka (23) works to off load latrines being delivered to the Tundikhel IDP camp in Kathmandu, Nepal. He is one of 500 volunteers trained to react in the event of an earthquake during the urban risk management program - Credit: Aubrey Wade/Oxfam
After the devastating earthquake, Oxfam and its partners provided life saving support to close to half a million people across seven districts.

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