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Women Development Society posted an update
2015-06-13T14:48:42.550Z

Degradation of mountain ecosystems is a global malaise, and the Midhills constitute a threatened ecosystem. More than ninety percent of the people in the Midhills are subsistence farmers, therefore, they rely on natural resources such a soil, water, forests, and pasture to meet their daily needs. The use of natural resources in the Midhills is approaching the limits of the natural carrying capacity. Vegetation cover is extensively destroyed; soil ...
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Women Development Society posted an update
2015-06-09T07:45:29.933Z

A joint effort by Women Development Society (WODES) and Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal (NCBL). Support the Girl Child. Build our Prosperous and Peaceful Nepal.

History of the Girl Child Education Program

In 1996, conflict broke out in Nepal. The terror that spread in the remote districts had severe consequences for the entire country. For the youth of Nepalese society, childhood was stolen, innocence lost and formal education inaccessible. Despite the terror all around, the
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Women Development Society posted an update
2015-06-03T04:55:59.259Z

The Bhujel community were traditionally associated with the occupation of carrying brides during weddings. One such traditional community still lives in a village in the Dhading district. This village was severely affected by the Great Quake. WODES/NCBL provided food supplies to 40 households in the village. Due to the shortage of the food supplies, however, we couldn't provide relief packages to a few families. But other families in the community were extremely kind and assured us that they will share their food supplies with the families who didn't receive our relief package.
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Women Development Society posted an update
2015-06-01T11:10:18.863Z

Magnitude-7.8 Great Quake rocked Nepal with devastating force on April 25. The earthquake killed more than 8,800 people, injured more than 23,000 and caused about $2 billion in economic losses. Over 8 million people have been affected by the massive earthquake and an estimated 1.4 million are in need of food assistance. This is a time of crisis for many families in Nepal. The situation is, however, even more difficult for persons with disabilities (PwDs). It ...
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Women Development Society posted an update
2015-05-28T14:47:06.936Z

Local volunteers of the WODES/NCBL Relief Fund help out in delivering the tents to the earthquake victims of Maidi village (Dhading district).
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