Nicole Farkhouh


Nicole Farkhouh ( Uterine Prolapse Alliance)

Nicole Farkouh (Collective Campaign for Peace – COCAP): Nicole graduated from Smith College with a BA in Cultural Anthropology. She also has a Master of Education from the University of New Orleans. Nicole’s professional background is in education. She has worked as a teacher, administrator, and consultant, mainly with middle school students with special needs. She is also a certified community mediator and has studied a complementary model of mediation based on Non-Violent Communication. She has studied abroad in India, lived and taught in Mexico. At the time of her fellowship, she was studying for a Master of Public Policy degree at the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley. After her fellowship, Nicole wrote: "More than anything, this summer I received a new level of understanding /appreciation for the complexity involved in “development” and “human rights” work…. Particularly being a foreign body trying to work in a new culture."



02 Aug

STATE OF THE ART FACILITY

One of the chapter’s of Raka battle with traveler’s diarrhea (mentioned in a previous blog)

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Posted Aug 02, 2014

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20 Jul

“MANGOS AND MILK” – PARVATI, PART I

She caught my eye and waved me over, patting the bench next to her. I

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Posted Jul 20, 2014

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01 Jul

DETAILS OF SANJITA’S BUSINESS PROPOSAL

Apparently I’ve unintentionally caused a lot of intrigue about the “business proposal” from Sanjita I

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Posted Jul 01, 2014

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24 Jun

BUSINESS AND BABIES – PART I

Within the first few days of my arrival last summer as I wandered in and

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Posted Jun 24, 2014

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16 Jun

WELCOME BACK TO “NAYA NEPAL”

It feels surprisingly great to be back in Nepal – the key part of that

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Posted Jun 16, 2014

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02 Nov

UP CAMP – PART II; “AIN’T NO SUCH THING AS HIPPA”

CAPTIONS FOR ABOVE PICS: 1. Examination Room 2. Examination Table 3. Pessary Rings 4. Hospital

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Posted Nov 02, 2009

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31 Aug

UP CAMP – PART I: “THE CHALLENGES OF MOBILITY”

One of the greatest challenges Nepal faces to development is their lack of health infrastructure,

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Posted Aug 31, 2008

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28 Aug

UP CAMP – PART III; “THE OPERATION THEATER”

CAPTIONS FOR ABOVE PICS: 1. The DJs/medical staff 2. Surgeons with serious focus 3. View

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Posted Aug 28, 2008

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11 Aug

WEEPING BUFFALO

I had yet to see a cow or buffalo give birth during my stay in

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Posted Aug 11, 2008

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20 Jul

“THIS DISEASE IS MY ENEMY” – PARVATI, PART II

The next day when I returned to the camp Parvati was there again wearing the

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Posted Jul 20, 2008

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29 Jun

STOPPING AND GOING

This past week has been intense – to say the least… The plan was for

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Posted Jun 29, 2008

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24 Jun

BUSINESS AND BABIES – PART II

I met with Sanjita the day I landed in Kathmadu, and was surprised how small

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Posted Jun 24, 2008

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