Namita Rao and Ritu Panchal meet up with Dorothy Hector and John Myraunet of the UN World Food Programme, which has had a strong presence in Nepal since the earthquake in April, at their base in Kathmandu to understand the intricacies of their operations, the constraints they are facing and the measures they are taking to prepare for the future.
Reporter, Aftershock Nepal
Namita Rao is a recent graduate from Symbiosis School for Liberal Arts. With a keen interest in understanding the application of anthropology in different settings, she is currently reporting from Kathmandu for Aftershock Nepal, a collaborative journalism project to chronicle the aftermath of the Nepal earthquake. Namita is also an active member of the Tibetan freedom movement, after having previously worked with Students for a Free Tibet.
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