The Karnali Sports Club provided humanitarian aid when thousands of returning workers became stranded on the Nepal-Indian border. Photo: Karnali Sports Club The Karnali Sports Club provided humanitarian aid when thousands of returning workers became stranded on the Nepal-Indian border. Photo: Karnali Sports Club
The Karnali Sports Club provided humanitarian aid when thousands of returning workers became stranded on the Nepal-Indian border. Photo: Karnali Sports Club

Covid-19 sees labour exodus from India, but Nepali running club helps avert humanitarian crisis

  • Hundreds of thousands of workers left jobless in India return to Nepal, only to be shunned for fear of the coronavirus until Karnali running club comes to their aid
  • ‘People could have starved,’ says Unicef employee. ‘Running groups in times of crisis become support networks for community’

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The Karnali Sports Club provided humanitarian aid when thousands of returning workers became stranded on the Nepal-Indian border. Photo: Karnali Sports Club The Karnali Sports Club provided humanitarian aid when thousands of returning workers became stranded on the Nepal-Indian border. Photo: Karnali Sports Club
The Karnali Sports Club provided humanitarian aid when thousands of returning workers became stranded on the Nepal-Indian border. Photo: Karnali Sports Club
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