failing to be kevin carter

As a group of young researches, we set out to rural Odisha, all excited to do ‘fieldwork’, having rigorously read ethics notes and guidelines and leading ourselves to believe what we could or could not do as researchers. All set, we start meeting people and their families—families who had suffered massive losses during cyclones, and […]

Posted at 12:56 am on October 4, 2015 | Leave a comment | Filed Under: Uncategorized | Continue reading

Kathmandu | ‘No-more-disaster’ Planning

This post outlines some of the findings from the Nepal Mission that went in the week following the massive earthquake on 25 April 2015. While this is not a comprehensive study, due to lack of resources and time, it is yet an attempt at giving some insights from what the author and team witnessed within the week from the event. It is meant to be shared with whoever might find it useful.

Posted at 3:44 am on August 5, 2015 | 3 comments | Filed Under: Portfolio, Presentations | Tagged: , , | Continue reading