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Digital Empowerment Toolkit Now Available!

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Indefinite closure

Maoist party of Nepal has called for indefinite closure from May 2nd but the country has remained closed since May 1st with the demand of resignation of the Prime Minister. … Read More»

Maternity ward and hospital rules

What would you do if you were ill and hospitalized but had to come out of your ward to fetch your medicine and food? … Read More»

Greater impact with small initiation : Ms. Menuka Thapa

Ms. Menuka Thapa, founding President of Raksha Nepal, believes that we can make a difference in the society with small but effective initiation. … Read More»

Women's land entitlement and human development

"Land is the main asset of Nepal and relates us to our identity. … Read More»

In the name of empowerment

In what stage would the world have been if we all had the same level of education, expertise or knowledge? … Read More»

Land : My identity

"Vulnerability of Nepalese women"

"I eloped with a man from the low caste as my parents did not approve my marriage with him. We moved to Kathmandu and settled here. … Read More»

International Widow Day

June 23rd is celebrated as International Widow Day, which was initiated by Ms. Cherie Blair in the year 2004. … Read More»

Giftypearl Abenaab - Passionate to play a masterpiece

Giftypearl Abenaab might not be the familiar name to the world but is definitely a precious gift to the children, youth and women of Ghana. … Read More»

Death of the political leader

Shailaja Acharya is a common name in Nepalese politics. … Read More»

Women in Conflict torn- Nepal

Along with physical abuse, molestation and rape, women experienced psychological problems resulting to frequent headaches, high blood pressure, stress, and depression. … Read More»

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