Money

In one Nawalpur village, women are using remittance to start businesses and prevent their husbands from migrating again

When remittance is plied into the productive sector, it can end the cycle of migration and provide a safety net for migrant families.
In the village of Jugepani in Hupsekot Rural Municipality, Nawalpur district, the majority of men work abroad. Only the women, children and elderly are left behind.  Post file photo
Tsering Ngodup Lama
Published at : March 7, 2020
Updated at : August 27, 2020 20:00


Tsering Ngodup Lama

Tsering Ngodup Lama is a food and travel reporter at The Kathmandu Post, focusing on food security, labour, migration, tourism and travel. Before joining the Post, he was deputy editor at M&S VMAG, and a reporter for The Himalayan Times.



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