Gaining Access to Information: The Case of Nepali Communities & The World Bank

Communities in Lamjung, Nepal discussing impacts of multiple transmission lines in their region
The inside of a transmission tower in Lamjung, Nepal.
Communities in Sindhuli, Nepal meeting with the World Bank’s Inspection Panel regarding a transmission line that violated their rights

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Accountability Counsel amplifies the voices of communities around the world to protect their human rights and environment.

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