Morgan St. Clair (Nepal)


Morgan St. Clair

Morgan’s first experience with international work came in 2003, when she travelled around the world with Semester at Sea studying intercultural relations. She received her Bachelors degree from Assumption College in Worcester, Mass, and worked as an intern in the probation department in the Worcester Trial Court. Morgan then worked on human resources at a Biotech company. At the time of her fellowship, Morgan was pursuing her Master’s in Social Justice in Intercultural Relations with a concentration in community development at the SIT Graduate Institute in Brattleboro, Vermont.



10 Sep

Gilesh interview, Part 2

The worse problems for single women Gilesh believes are getting adequate food, children’s education and

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Posted Sep 10, 2009

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10 Sep

democracy in Nepal?

Sadly, my powerbook plug has decided to die in Nepal.  It’s currently being worked on

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Posted Sep 10, 2009

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06 Sep

Nespec’s family comes together

NESPEC’s monthly meeting recently took place, a quite eventful gathering, discussing the issues in the

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Posted Sep 06, 2009

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03 Sep

time to reflect

Reflect meetings are small weekly gatherings in the surrounding villages that NESPEC has started with

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Posted Sep 03, 2009

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03 Sep

Meet Shoeha

Meet Shoeha Dahal, a young single woman living in Gaighat struggling to get by since

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Posted Sep 03, 2009

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31 Aug

Single Women in Nepal Pushing Ahead

I recently wrote about the new law that was put into place regarding payments (50,000

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Posted Aug 31, 2009

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28 Aug

Nepal’s Human Rights Abuse with Government Dowries

In a previous blog I mentioned how there is a new law that was established

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Posted Aug 28, 2009

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28 Aug

Tractors on Strike

This afternoon I experienced my first up close encounter of a strike in Gaighat.  It’s

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Posted Aug 28, 2009

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25 Aug

The Hindu Spirit found everywhere

Religion is part of one’s daily existence here in Nepal.  I have realized how important

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Posted Aug 25, 2009

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23 Aug

dancing in the streets of Gaighat

I just arrived back into the comfort of my home in Gaighat after spending a

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Posted Aug 23, 2009

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09 Aug

Anyone have any magic connections?

Thinking that I would catch up on writing, drink plenty of tea and relax Nepali

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Posted Aug 09, 2009

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07 Aug

lets mediate!

Mediate: to try to end a disagreement between two or more people or groups by

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Posted Aug 07, 2009

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06 Aug

Part 2 of Hadiya: Women Unite!

Along the dusty roads and through the small rivers on motorbike, the NESPEC group made

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Posted Aug 06, 2009

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06 Aug

Eating on leaves in the Udayapur District

                This week has been hitting me hard physically from getting sick to

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Posted Aug 06, 2009

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02 Aug

Pondering out the windows in Eastern Nepal

I just arrived back in Gaighat after two days away in the city of Biratnagar.

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Posted Aug 02, 2009

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28 Jul

no more mangos!

It’s a glorious day because for one, it is very cool out, below the sweltering

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Posted Jul 28, 2009

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23 Jul

Pure Food in Gaighat

Nepal-tar home I have arrived in Gaighat at last in the district of Udayapur after

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Posted Jul 23, 2009

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12 Jul

out to the Terai.

Tomorrow I leave for Gaighat out in the Eastern Terai with Ajaya who is a

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Posted Jul 12, 2009

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25 Jun

Morgan is off to Nepal!

After a strenuous cross country road trip from the green mountains of Brattleboro, Vermont to

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Posted Jun 25, 2009

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