National Public Radio (NPR)
The tiger count in Nepal has tripled in recent years
Why it’s hard to ban the menstrual shed
Nepal, home to the world’s largest seder, puts on massive Passover celebration
Drier conditions force researchers to find new rice farming method
What’s being done to reduce the Sherpa death toll on Mount Everest
A nation with some of the world’s highest mountains is finally starting to ski
Saving vultures with Nepal’s “vulture restaurant”
In Nepal, post-quake reconstruction is slow

‘Community Led Total Sanitation’ tasked with ending open defecation
Sherpas first to climb Mount Everest after 2 years of avalanches
1 year ago, Nepal buckled under a quake that killed 9,000 people

PRI’s the World
Polish activists fight against anti-LGBT movement
Here’s what refugees do while they’re waiting to get into the US
As Bhutanese refugees camps in Nepal wind down, resettlement program is considered a success
Some immigrants in New York prefer to slaughter animals themselves. There’s a farm that wants to help.

WXXI News (NPR affiliate in Rochester, NY)
Military interpreters restart their lives in upstate, others still at risk
Rochester prayers For Nepal
Rochester’s refugee community put their own spin on International Women’s Day
One big health care challenge, and two days to solve it
Enrolling in health insurance more of a challenge for new immigrants

Peace Talks Radio (podcast airs on KUNM in Albuquerque, NM)
Resolving the Misinformation Link to Conflict