Scaling The Mountain: Protecting Forests For Families In Nepal
Global Affairs and Human Development • 10m
In the foothills of Nepal, extreme deforestation has pushed many rural communities onto marginal lands. In “Scaling the Mountain,” villagers in Jogimara and Naubise find that combining conservation efforts with reproductive health services helps them support their families and their communities more sustainably.
Director: Michael T. Miller
2014 | 10 min
Nepal | USA
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