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Distribution of woolen clothes to the needy families of people with disabilities

Published on: December 24, 2020

On 24th December 2020, Prayatna Nepal distributed woolen clothes (blanket, gloves, sweater, thermos coat, socks, woolen hat, trouser) to the people with disabilities temporarily residing in Kirtipur Kathmandu. UN women provided relief material to Nepal Disabled Women Association. And coordinating with NDWA, Prayatna Nepal distributed those materials to the needy people who run their livelihood marketing incense stick, candles etc. First of all, Prayatna Nepal did the assessment of the PWDs who were really in need of those relief materials and who have poor economic condition. 12 families of people with disabilities were benefited by the material distribution.

Because of ongoing situation of COVID, employment of people has been badly disturbed and it is creating so much of difficult in running their livelihood. So the distribution of woolen clothes has helped them somehow to remain warm in the winter season. Prayatna Nepal would like to thank UN women for providing relief materials.


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