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Young Women for Change (YWFC) posted an update
2019-01-28T10:46:07.704Z

Some glimpses of a workshop on "Young Women and Abortion"
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Young Women for Change (YWFC) posted an update
2019-01-28T10:37:10.789Z

Women Development Society (WODES) organized a workshop on 12 January 2019 to discuss ways to empower girls in STEM fields.
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Young Women for Change (YWFC) posted an update
2019-01-06T07:00:25.333Z

As part of WODES's ongoing initiative to spark girls’ excitement in fields related to STEM, WODES organized a brief workshop on "DC motors" on 31 December 2018 at Jagat Sundar Bwonekuthi School. Jagat Sundar Bwonekuthi is a unique school that promotes Newari (ethnic) culture and values through mandatory Nepal Bhasa (Newari language) teachings until grade 8. A bilingual approach means that the students are proficient in Nepal Bhasa as well as the National Nepali language. WODES offered ...
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Young Women for Change (YWFC) posted an update
2018-12-16T07:28:01.582Z

"Many people lost their lives and livelihoods during the earthquake. But the adolescent girls and young women faced different types of challenges after the earthquake." said Priya Shah in her presentation during the closing session of a workshop organized by Women Development Society (WODES) at Pharping Secondary High School on 3 Dec 2018. According to Priya, "Girls faced difficulties due to the of lack of sanitary pads during periods. Some girls had to go through ...
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Young Women for Change (YWFC) posted an update
2018-12-16T07:20:52.262Z

Access to education is a fundamental human rights. Girls must have equal access to proper education. (Scholarship distribution on the occasion of HR day 2018).
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Women Development Society posted an update
2018-12-06T13:50:22.639Z

WODES in collaboration with NCBL organized advocacy events on 2nd December 2018 in Emilia Secondary School and Nepal Rastriya Adarbhut School, Gorusinge, Kapilbastu. During the events WODES's member and Girl Child Education Alumni Ms. Tulsi Darji gave a speech to the students. She is such an inspiration for girls and girls with disabilities. Here's her speech at the event translated into English: "My name is Tulsi Darji. I belong to a Dalit and poor community. I ...
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Women Development Society posted an update
2018-12-09T10:19:21.647Z

Girls with disabilities come together to share their challenges and the tools they use to overcome them in an attempt to support and empower other friends with disabilities who may be facing similar issues.
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Women Development Society posted an update
2018-12-09T10:13:35.862Z

Photo: A boy is drinking water from a clean water tap. Women Development Society implemented a project for clearing bushes and cleaning water sources. in ward no. 1 and 2 , Maidi village of Dhading district. The project has improved access to clean drinking water.
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