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Children left behind are the hidden costs of labour migration

Labour migration leads to transnational families which are often dysfunctional, causing adverse psychological impacts on children and adolescents at home. Children left behind are the hidden costs of labour migration
With thousands of Nepalis leaving the country for overseas jobs every year, countless children are left behind to grow up without their fathers and mothers. Post file photo.
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Elisha Shrestha
Published at : January 7, 2020
Updated at : January 7, 2020 07:16
Kathmandu

Elisha Shrestha

Elisha Shrestha is a reporter covering social justice issues for The Kathmandu Post.


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