By Kim Wilson et al.
The Other Migration: The Financial Journeys of Asians and Africans Traveling Through the Americas
The Financial Journey of Refugees
By Kim Wilson and Roxanne Krystalli
The Other Migration, Part 1: Who and Why
Crossing the Darién Gap: Fear in the Jungle
By Anne Moses
Cameroon to Colombia: A Woman Hopscotches
By Maria Teresa Nagel
Financial Journey of Refugees in the Mediterranean
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By Subin Mulmi, under the supervision of Kim Wilson. The 2015 earthquake in Nepal resulted in the deaths of 8,970 people with 22,302 injured. Several reports have estimated that more than one million houses were destroyed, affecting the lives of six million people. Only a handful of families have been relocated to safer places. Even before the quake, the country was reeling from the effects of the decade-long civil war that claimed the lives of 13,236 people and led to the disappearance of thousands more. In June 2009, the Nepal IDP Working Group reported that up to 70,000 people displaced by the conflict had not yet found durable housing. They remained unable to return home, integrate locally, or resettle elsewhere.
Notes from the Field
In this issue of Fresh FINDings we feature research from Kenya, led by Julie Zollmann in collaboration with Cate Wanjala.