This chapter gives us a picture of what it was like for thousands of the Lhotsampa living in the refugee camps in Nepal for nearly eighteen years, and for the children born in these camps. It will look at what opportunities the camps offered for communities to build themselves.
KeywordsRefugee Camp Psychological Trauma Head Teacher Refugee Community Camp Life
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