Nepal's tradition of isolating women
April 5, 2017
This video by the National Youth Council, Nepal, briefly looks a tradition of isolating women during their menstruation. Although ruled illegal, it is still practiced in rural Nepal, and women face abuses and dangers when keeping the ritual. The group's hour-long, Nepali-language movie on the issue, Chaupadhi, can be found here.
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