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Friday, November 27, 2020

Faulty government exposed – Corona Virus

Citizen held in disarray at the border and allowed to cross as the numbers infected increased only RDT commenced before setting back home Unmanaged quarantine,...

COVID 19 pandemic hits journalist multi-directionally

COVID19 pandemic and lockdown are attacking media outlets and journalists to doom. Meanwhile, journalists are at high risk of contracting with coronavirus and on...

Rojita becomes first in Media Literacy Essay Competition

Kathmandu, August 2 - The winner for the NayaPusta-Shailee Essay Competition jointly organized by NayaPusta program, Nepal Forum of Environmental Journalists and Shailee Theatre...

Herbs facing extinction due to negligence

Bajura - Binchhayaa, 1,2 and 3 of Himali rural municipality was renowned for the medicinal herbs. Recently the herbs are getting extinct in the...

Brick factories in the heart of human settlements jeopardizing health and environment

School children are among those facing grave risk of pollution caused by haphazardly established brick kilns While the increasing number of these haphazardly...

Ill attemtps to revive Chhaupadi

Before adolescents and women of Achham freed from the torturous Chhaugoths could take breath of a relief, it seems those are getting revived. Chhaugoths...

Summer School Organized

On 24-26 April 2018, NEFEJ organized a Summer School at Hotel Orchid, Tripureshwor to train journalists on in depth reporting on environment and climate...

Environmental issues are not a priority for newspaper, study finds

Kathmandu- A newly released study reveals that the issues of climate change and environment are not a priority for daily newspaper. Study conducted by Nepal...

Strategic Partnership Program

The Strategic Partnership Program (SPP) funded by The Free Press Unlimited of the Netherlands and implemented by Nepal Forum of Environmental Journalists (NEFEJ) is...