Around Dhangadi, we went to a school to see what was needed. The community didn’t seem too motivated to get things done, so CDRA is a little hesitant to get involved. They like to help communities, but they want the people to be active in their projects and invest either physically or financially so that the people are not just receiving handouts.
We stayed 2 nights in Dhangadi. One night, Sommaya’s husband Ramesh called me. Good lord that was hard. I can barely understand people speaking English over the phone, so Nepali was quite an adventure. I think our conversation was going in circles.
|Dead, large, lizard|
|Used to be an airport, now it's a grazing field|