Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal organized a discussion program among the people injured and disabled by landmines and explosives in all the seven states on the 22th - 24th of December 2021. The event was attended by injured and disabled civilians, the Nepal Army, the Armed Police Force and the then rebel side. The event was inaugurated by Hon'ble Sher Bahadur Tamang, Member of the House of Representatives, Former Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs and Coordinator of the Parliamentary Forum against Landmines and other Explosives (PFaLE).

Speaking as the chief guest, Hon'ble Sher Bahadur Tamang said that Nepal should become a party to the Mine Ban Treaty. He expressed his commitment to bring this issue and the issue of victims' rights in the parliament. Lieutenant Colonel Mr. Pawan Kumar Khadka (Central Office of Nepal Army), Kalpana Nepal Acharya (National Human Rights Commission), Purna Shova Chitrakar (NCBL) presented the working paper as guests and speakers. Participants of the program survivor Juthe Shrestha and JB Lama entertained the participants by performing songs.

A letter was sent to the Prime Minister, Hon'ble Sher Bahadur Deuba and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Hon'ble Narayan Khadka, asking for time to receive the memorandum to be provided by the delegation.

The following activities were completed in connection with the program.

-          Group discussion and memorandum were prepared

-          The survivors who were injured and disabled by landmines and explosives of the provinces and various professional have been choose their livelihood

-          Landmine Monitoring Report 2021 made public.

-          The online network of landmine and explosives victims, "Our Voice", has been made public.