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Killer in the Kitchen

Madhav P. Bhatta, Professor of Epidemiology and Global Health at Kent State University in the USA, was born and raised in a rural mountain village in Baitadi district in far western Nepal. Madhav Bhatta received his Master of Public Health (Epidemiology and Global Health) from the University of Pennsylvania and earned his PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA. Why open fire should stay outside When our immediate neighbors light their backyard wood burning firepit to enjoy cool Ohio autumn evenings with a sip of wine and good company, I sequester myself...

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Birthcenters for Mugu Nepal

Stella Deetjen tells the story of Sushila, who made building birth centres Back to Life’s core mission. Without this encounter we would probably not have built our 15 birth centres. When I first came to Loharbada village in 2009, I wanted to learn as much as I could about the daily lives of the women. It was the beginning of our projects in Mugu. Sushila immediately besieged me and never stopped talking. We found out that we are almost the same age, both are mothers and she let me share her hard everyday life. From fetching water, the hard work in the fields, her meagre home without...

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Das Namaste-Magazin Ausgabe Frühling ist da!

Liebe Freundinnen und Freunde von Back to Life, In diesen schwierigen Zeiten erhalten Sie unsere neue Ausgabe namaste mit mutmachenden Geschichten und bewegenden Schicksalen aus unseren Projekten in Nepal. Leiten Sie das Magazin gerne an Familie, Freunde und Interessierte weiter.Nur gemeinsam können wir wirklich etwas bewirken! Viel Spaß beim Lesen und ein schönes Osterfest, wünschenIhre Stella Deetjen& das Back to Life-Team Hier finden Sie Ihre Online-Ausgabe zum Download.

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Happy New Year, dear friends of Back to Life!

As the year comes to a close, I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks to all of Back to Life’s supporters. It is thanks to you that we were able to help the people of Nepal in this difficult world situation in the second year of the pandemic. You have not only donated money to the local people, but also hope – and all this although you of course also had your own worries and needs to shoulder. I sincerely hope that you and your loved ones have been well and are healthy. Thank you for staying with us along the way. I always appreciate your comments, likes and clicks. This is...

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The Namaste Magazine Winter Edition is here!

Dear friends and supporters of Back to Life,We are very pleased to present you the namaste winter issue and to inform you again in detail about the latest developments in our projects in Nepal and to review the year.Feel free to forward the magazine to family, friends and interested parties.Only together can we really make a difference! Here you can find your online edition for Download.

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COVID-19: the current situation in Nepal

Unfortunately, the developments of the corona pandemic do not stop at Nepal either. As early as January 2020, it was announced that a Nepalese student had been infected in China before returning to Nepal. In the weeks that followed, the number of infections rose rapidly around the world, but initially no further infections were reported in Nepal. The epidemiologist Prof. Dr. Madhav Bhatta of Kent State University in the United States, speaking to us at the start of the pandemic in March 2020, expected the COVID-19 epidemic in Nepal to be more advanced than official statistics suggest. Strict...

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Solar lighting systems for 520 households

The night grows lighter in Gamtha In March 2017 we reported on the delivery and installation of solar lighting systems for over 500 families in Gamtha, Mugu. From the beginning of our activities in Mugu, we have also focused on ecological and clean energy sources in our on-site projects. In addition to our smoke-free stoves, which gradually replaced the usual open fire – with the resulting toxic smoke development – in the houses, we also opted for simple but very effective solar light systems. Resource protection in the barren mountains of Mugu is not only a practical side...

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