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


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