Sunday, April 24, 2016

Appeal #kanakmanidixit

This is the appealed by my foreign friend who is living in Nepal and a Human Right Activist. My friend crafted this appeal after the arrest of Kanak Mani Dixit by CIAA.

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Mark #earthquakeanniversary at Kathmandu, April 24, 2016, #demandpaper

April 25, 2016 was the black day in a history of Nepal due to devastating earthquake where about 9000 people dead, 22,000 people injured and 6,00,000 houses destroyed. The loss was shooting up due to monsoon, winter and more than 5 months’ boarder blockade.
By considering the massive loss of people and property, the international community committee promised to provide 4.1. billions dollars for relief and reconstruction in June 25, 2015 at donors meeting at Kathmandu. My stake for reconstruction: http://kathmandupost.ekantipur.com/printedition/news/2015-07-06/putting-people-first.html
Unfortunately, the government merely failed to serve the survivors due to so much political influence as well as corrupted and incompetent political leaders and bureaucrats.  About six months took place to form Act, policy on reconstruction. It was further delayed to choose the CEO for National Reconstruction Authority due to turn over the government. It was already more than 4 months of new CEO, but there is merely absence of results around reconstruction. There were no staff as planned, neither the guideline works nor the political leaders. April 24, 2016 was a completion of a year of earthquake or anniversary but almost all survivors are still living under tarpaulins sadly. They deprived from many rights as they deserved.
Here is the link of my 45 days direct involvement in earthquake response 2015; http://wwwwillandway.blogspot.com/2016/01/earthquakeinnepal-april-2015-reflections.html



About two weeks, along with few friends, I was working rigorously against the government's incompetency and  corrupted approach. As an entry point, April 24 2016 or Baisakh 12, 2073 was picked up by marking earthquake anniversary. I was assigned for communication primarily.

It was not easy to work with new team members from various walks of life though we made it. I had invited almost all NGOs where women are leading and working on Human right issue. But no one join the campaign except few friends at personal level.

Here, I have shared few photos copied from facebook. Long way to go but possible.
Scrolled down for demand paper 




Gathered at Maitighar Mandela at 10.30 and waiting for friends 
Addressing Mass, demanding rights
Organizing Mass in consultation with friends 
Disputes, fights with police force, in front of building of NoC
Slogan: The earthquke shakes but state delays
Friends from different walks of Life 
Walking towards Babarmahal
Friends from various walks of life 
Tug of war with police force 
Steeping in to Sighdarbar 
At Babarmahal chock
At Maitighar Mandela
tried to attach the demand paper but failed due to poor network.It is easily available anywhere in google.

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Agitators demo by using tarpulin meant the victims still under it due to negligence by state
Migmar addressed at Maitghar Mandella 

Prashanta was addressing at Matighar Mandela

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

#Jumlahospital, #C-section, #Bloodtransfusion

When Dr Nilamber Jha was presenting his three years’ experience in Karnali Academy Institute of Health Science as Recter at BPKIHS, Dharan in April 15, 2016,  I was smiling because he was saying that the circumstances of Jumla hospital was so challenging due to local staff’s dadagiri, geography, scary flights, languages and so on.
He went there in 2012 with lots of power delegated by cabinet, an intelligent, with bunch of facilities and group of men. What was happening just 10 years before where there was nothing telephone, road, power and the peak timing of Maoist Insurgency.
He also didn’t say a single word about the history of Jumla hospital when it started, how it was operated and how the first blood bank and C-section were initiated. Likewise, other members of academy e.g. Naresh Bhandari always talked about Jumla hospital from 2012 too, he never ever appreciated the foundation of hospital which had started its first C-section from dressing room, constructed a maternity ward and operation theatre from 2001 to 2004.
Thus, I was sharing these photos from the profile of Jumla hospital which as prepared by myself as record of all activities during my first tenure of Jumla hospital. It was matter of her history instead of his story too. I have very long story during these days though I simply given a summary. I may write in details in future if everything going well.

This the brief history of Jumla hospital from 2001 -2004. Ms. Radha Paudel, worked in Jumla Hospital as Human Resource Development Officer under Nepal Safer Motherhood Project. The hospital was called as district hospital Jumla but the services was look like sub health post where only emergency and outpatient cases dealt for general cases or not included the obstetric and Gyane due to lack of human resources with trained and positive attitude.
Ms. Radha was played as pilot where the rest of team members were worked and the things made happen. Here, this paper is organized by collecting the information from Jumla hospital and shared because it is very important for historians as well as the health history of the Jumla.
The surgery for C-section, blood bank was started as first time in Karnali. Likewise, the obstetric complicated cases were managed first time at Jumla hospital such as vacuum delivery, Pre-eclampsia and use of Magnesium Sulphate, Post Abortion Care (PAC).  It has very long and complex story, will share later. If any of you interested to know more, please write at rpaudel456@gmail.com



Sunday, April 17, 2016

Heath Care in Rural Nepal

This is the presentation I had presented in BPKIHS in April 15, 2016.



Tuesday, April 12, 2016

New Year 2073

नयाँ बर्ष,
हरेक दिन नयाँ बर्ष लाग्यो,
फेरी एसो सिक्का पल्टाए,
पुरानै, पुरानो लाग्यो।
आशु नाप्न खोजे,
कताकति लेग्रा लेग्री मात्र ।
खुशी समाल्न खोजे,
बिजुली चम्केजस्तो ।
बर्सौ  भयो मागेको तेही खुशी,
दिन खोजेको पनि तेही ।
शुभकामना को खात, म भन्दा नि ठुलो,
तेही कबिता, गीत, प्रेम, आशा, जिबन ।
तर
एथार्थ बेग्लै,
खुशी च्यातिएको,
हासो आशुसँग सती गएको,
म संगै छैन,
तर सुनामी सँग छु  लडिरहेको,
भुकम्प्ले च्यापिरहेको,
चर् चर् आगो दन्किरहेको
म चुपचाप् हेरिरहेछु, सुनिरहेछु ।
म नाटक गरिरहेछु,
फगत नाटक।
झुटको पराकास्ट ।
गर्ने अर्कै, शुभकामना अर्कै,
फेरी गोहिका आशु किन ?
म एक्लै जन्मे, मर्नु पर्छ,
तर एक्लै बाँच्न सक्दिन,
अरु तान्डब गर्छन्,
भोगी रहेछु म ।
भयो, पुग्यो ,
तिम्रो शुभकामना तिमी संगै राख,
यो थुप्रो के गर्नु, बेकामका शुभकामनाहरु,
सबै तिमीलाई नै फिर्ता दिदैछु
फिर्ता लगेकोमा धन्यवाद !

Monday, March 28, 2016

Intellectual Disability in Nepal: Challenges and way forward

‘’I have so many stories to share but tear off before speaking up. My heart just bleeds by overflowing of sorrows and happiness during the 13 years course of having son with intellectual disability. I really never ever imagine about having disable baby, I had expectation of normal child but he hadn’t had the normal activities even after one year. He was like a piles of muscles, growing up. I lost my eager to eat, drive of laugh and joining any social gatherings and I was crying 24/7 hours. Even I was thinking of my child on dream. When I knew that my son has intellectual disability, I was stigmatized, discriminated in the family, relatives and community. My sons also faced same form discrimination from his siblings, other family members and from neighbourhood. (crying…) even today, he doesn't get the care or direct conversation from his dad and I often encountered with beating, scolding due to having him or spending time for his care from my husband. I worked so hard to educate him for walking. I made walker from bamboo by myself, I had to take care of work at family and farm so I worked during night. I was so passionate and encouraged when he started to learn. Now, I haven’t had any regret of having child with intellectual disability. The support from my friends and my continuous training to my son, he manages his defection and involved in vocational training. I never give up. Now, I am proudly leading the campaign for educating my community though it is very challenging and often frustrating. ‘’

This is not a single story of a mother of child with intellectual disability from Syanja who economically, politically, culturally dependent on her husband and just literate in village. Many mothers, few fathers and relatives are facing same problem in Nepal. It is because of not having knowledge and skills on rights in general and rights of people with disability. More specifically, they don’t know and don’t like to know about the rights of intellectual disability due to de-facto in socialization process of Nepali community. Neither home, nor school, nor media, nor political parties, nor NGOs are talking about its underlying and secondary causes of intellectual disability, roles of state and non-state actors or not taking accountability largely. It’s a very heart broken scenario where most of them considered as a burden due to heavily imposed by the superstitious believes and practices such as intellectual disability is due to sin of earlier life, fault of parents or angry of god etc. Mostly, in Nepali community, superstitious believes are guided and shaped by the Hindu religion. For instance, sighted few examples from holy Garun Puran which is being use for death ritual as below;
1.    A person who killed cow in earlier life, would born with curve vertebra and dumb (chapter 3,5)
2.    A person who eat meat in earlier life, would born with red skin (Chapter 5)
3.    The person who drank alcohol in earlier life, would born with black teeth (Chapter 9)
4.    A person who dominate her/his teacher/guru, would born with epilepsy (Chapter 2,5)
5.    A person who ate sweets without sharing with others, would born with goitre (Chapter 5)
6.    A person who witnessed with falsification, would born with dump and hearing difficulty. A person who made fake on marriage, would born with hair lip, a person who steal books, would born as sight difficulty (Chapter 5,8).

These are few examples and they may a kind of precaution or informal disciplinary statements during these days. Unfortunately, they practiced as part of culture and institutionalized very well with negative connotation. There is no any scientific base at all thus no ground of stigma, discrimination and all. Sadly, such Garun Puran is been using throughout life with amplifying the stories. No one demystifying such myths, mis-perceptions and practices which is one of the biggest challenge in human right discourse.

Meanwhile, the power, gender roles also constructed from such religions and other institutions where the people with intellectual disability are ‘powerless’ in many ways though there are various forms of disability and intellectual disability. The more severe form of disability, considered more powerless. The status of power further determined of the sex, family educational and economic status and so many other factors. However, people with disability are encountered with various forms of gender based violence (GBV) at family, at day care centre, at vocational training centre, at street and everywhere. They experience the GBV ranges from sexual abuse and exploitation, rape, gang rape, hysterectomy, using contraceptives, negligence in daily care activities, medication etc. Such situation is more prone among the girls with intellectual disability due to gender stereotyped roles and patriarchal mind set and practices. They further encountered with layers of violence once they seek justice. There is still lack of culture of progressive attitude and by laws to increase the access to justice e.g. court seeking evidences of rape violence which is not possible in many circumstances. Many cases came at the door of justice when there are complications or beyond the control of meditation, political influences or any.

Cutting the story short, people with intellectual disability is the most excluded, marginalized community of this country though the new constitutions and international human rights instruments speak loudly about the right of them. It is the concern of human right and have multi-faceted so demanded a very serious attention in holistic manner. Thus, so many things to do on it includes, research and dissemination, engaging key stakeholders such as legal, police, livelihood, media, parents, NGOs, engaging men and boys, for tangible results, empowering people with intellectual disability and their families.  




Few photos of facilitated a workshop on context, challenges and way forward on Gender Based Violence in March 27, 2016 






Sunday, March 27, 2016

Collective efforts demands to overcome Genocide in Karnali


Let me start the issue directly.  According to the Human Development Report 2014, the life expectancy of the Karnali people is 49 years where as 67.8 years of people who are living in 13 zones of Nepal. Here, the Karnali people lost 18.8 years (67.8-49 years). My mind is continuously counting ahead. Today, the average population of Karnali is 500,000 means the Karnali people lost their life by 9, 400, 000 (18.8 years’ x 500,000). If we calculate the number of population from the national life expectancy, the total LOST population is 138,643.1 (9,400,000 x 67.8 years) and 191, 836.7 if we calculate from Karnali’s life expectancy (9,400,000 x49 years). If we calculate the total number of LOST population for 226 years, it is 43,355,102 (191,836.7 x 226 years, the experts claimed that the Karnali is in isolation when the unification of Nepal taken place or about 226 years before).

The number of population either 138,643.1 or 191,836.7 or 43,355,102 is a perfect genocide within country or by state.  I convicted for calling genocide because it ‘is the intent to systematically eliminate a cultural, ethnic, linguistic, national, racial or religious group.’ My heart doesn’t allow to rest. Why it happened? It is happened by the negligence of the government. If so what is role of political leaders from Karnali? Karnali is always represented in parliament since beginning no matter of nature and name of political system. If the Karnali leaders are failed or incapable (I assumed) what is role of other leaders or parliamentarian?  Where is the role of political parties and their sister’s organization? What sorts of Nepal do Nepali political leaders seeking for? Do they know why Nepal has ranked under the least developing country in the world? Does it because of the statistics of Jhapa or Taplejung or Sarlahi or Gulmi or Myagdi or Kathmandu? No, not at all. It is because of the Karnali. Without intervening at Karnali, is it possible to uplift Nepal’s economic and human capital as Nepal signed at global forum. Signing and delivering the speech is similar forms of activities which can be done within cocoon of comfort zones. Cutting the story short, it is because of another layer of negligence of political parties and leaders largely. They are very busy and competent in leg pulling, pushing, bullying, criticizing and brining popular agenda for Karnali e.g. Karnali Employment Program.  The experiences conclude that they believe in words not for works or actions or results. More importantly, they are working for parties not for the people.

Except small chunk of elites and neo-elites, Karnali people are living in 2000-3000 BC as shown in Stonehenge, London. It is very true that many people are dying without experiencing of the basic services and infrastructure such as electricity, telephone, health, education and motor able roads. In March 17, 2016, my brother called me for seeking help in rescuing a new-born baby girl due to death of her mother from bleeding after childbirth at so called hospital at Mugu district on behalf of the local journalist from Mugu. It’s shame for yesterday and today that Nepal has very far away from the real ground. A single death of woman denotes many things at home, community and health institutions. To me, this death is more than urged to call for action to political leaders. Principally, political leaders should take the accountability. Unfortunately, in my 15 years’ experience in Jumla and Karnali, I didn’t feel the proactive role of political leaders and parties for cause except few exceptional cases. Where to start to solve the issues? Road is a vehicle to bring trade, tourism and basic services but no one considered as priority. Because none of their wives, daughters or any family members would die in Karnali due to not having blood, or emergency obstetric service, they are living either in Kathmandu or Nepalgunj or get down to these cities before expected.   

In this scenario, where is the accountability of non-state actors which are engaging in Karnali.  Do they calculate the cost of depriving of human capability and poverty in Karnali? How do they define the and analyse the relationship and impact of human right and democracy?

Where is the experts of this countries? Even today, the Dolpa and Humla are not connected by roads. The Karnali is rich in natural flora and fauna, biodiversity and tourism but no any significant plant and plan for it.  The government is sending the rice since 1970 or replacing bread and potatoes, making dependent, paralysed and pushing for the migration. Does anyone challenging the mode of working of state and non-state actor?

If we forget about the life expectancy, there are many others concerns who justify the genocide in Karnali further. The entire country experienced of boarder blocked for 6 months in southern boarder but the Karnali is in blockade since history.

Again, Nepal has put the signatory for Sustainable Development Goals 2030. As above mentioned, how does Nepal would prosperous without investing on and for Karnali. The all state and non-state actors exploiting the beauty and resources of Karnali in a way and the other engaged in genocide since 226 years.  In order to break this cycle, the interfere action (hastachhepkari niti ra karyakram) should be in place under the leadership of local people but never ever change by NGO work. Karnali needs efforts on road, trade, tourism followed by quality basic services. Each activity of an individual has been contributing either for peace or conflict. Let’s put all hands and efforts to contribute for culture of peace in Karnali to redefine the identity of Nepal globally.  

PS: forward to Kathmandu Post.


Monday, March 21, 2016

रङ सँग प्रेम छ,

आखी झ्यालमा,
हासो दिएको छ रङले,
शक्ती दिएको छ रङले,
प्रस्फुतन भएको छ अर्को रङ,
मलाई दलिदेउन मात्रै कहाँ हो र,
रङहरु बदलि बदलि स्वरुप,
भागीरहेछ, उफिरहेछ, उडिरहेछ,
हाप्पी होली, सबै को मुखैमा छ।
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मेरो क्यान्भास,
न हास्छ, न हसाउछ,
रङहरु पोत्न खोज्छु,
चुम्ब्किय बिकर्शन हुन्छ,
झुक्काएर फ्यलिदिन्छु रङ,
कहिले बग्छ रङहिन बनेर,
कहिले रङहिन हावा ।
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रङ सँग प्रेम छ,
रङ सँग आत्मा सम्मान।
रङ स्नगै छ संसार ।
रङहरु खोज्दै,
रङ्हरु भर्दै,
रङहरु सँग प्रेम्को माला बुन्दै छु ।
कहिले इन्द्रेनी बनाउछु जब ति उड्छन्,
कहिले होली मनाउछु, जब बसन्त संगै आउछन।
रङ्हरु सँग प्रश्न छ,
रङहरु सँग प्रेम
रङहरु जिबन हो,
बदलि रहन्छ अनी बदलाइरहन्छ ।