Nepali 'untouchables' struggle for land

Slow land reform frustrates Nepal's poor in a region where access to land linked to prosperity.

    It's nearly five years since the end of a civil war in Nepal that saw the end of the country's royal rule. 

    But many of the nation's poor are still waiting for promised reforms.

    Al Jazeera's Devin Greenleaf reports from the district of Saptari in the country's south, where access to land is seen as the key to prosperity.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


    YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

    Interactive: How does your country vote at the UN?

    Interactive: How does your country vote at the UN?

    We visualised 1.2 million votes at the UN since 1946. What do you think are the biggest issues facing the world today?

    'We were forced out by the government soldiers'

    'We were forced out by the government soldiers'

    We dialled more than 35,000 random phone numbers to paint an accurate picture of displacement across South Sudan.

    Interactive: Plundering Cambodia's forests

    Interactive: Plundering Cambodia's forests

    Meet the man on a mission to take down Cambodia's timber tycoons and expose a rampant illegal cross-border trade.